*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
**Nutrient information is not available for all ingredients. Amount is based on available nutrient data.
(-)Information is not currently available for this nutrient. If you are following a medically restrictive diet, please consult your doctor or registered dietitian before preparing this recipe for personal consumption.
Even though we are garlic lovers in this house after reading the reviews of others I decided to make a few changes to the recipe. Instead of the 2 tbsp of garlic powder I sprinkled garlic powder along with salt and pepper over the chops (so used less than 1 tsp total) then I rubbed in the minced garlic as called for into the chops. I then browned the chops as Mitzi8 suggested and then added the water and worchestershire sauce mixture along with 1 tbsp of balsamic vinegar to the browned chops. While the chops were simmering I sauteed the mushrooms (doubled the amount) and onions in a small skillet in 2 tsp of butter and added them to the chops with about 5 minutes left in the cooking. The result was delicious - my husband gave it 'the highest stars.'
I thought this might be too salty with 1 tsp. salt but followed recipe exactly anyway. They were not too salty however I think they were too PEPPERY and the Worcestershire was too prominent in my opinion. I baked an additional 20 minutes @375 after braising the second 10 minutes;due to my chops were really thick. They were juicy and the mushrooms were great it was quick and pretty good. Maybe if you added a little something sweet like balsamic vinegar or maple syrup it would of balanced out the flavor more. I will try again doing that.
very good! instead of putting mine in a skillet I baked them. I rubbed the pork with the dry ingredients and put them in the oven 350x45minutes. While they were baking I put the minced garlic worchestershire sauce and water in a saucepan to heat up then drizzled it on top when the chops were done. I omitted the onion and mushrooms. But fantastic!!!
Good home cooking husband and son both loved it I was OK with it hence the 4 stars. I rubbed pork chops with 1 tsp garlic powder salt and pepper. I browned chops removed them then sauteed the onions and mushhrooms in dripping until soft. I then added garlic and sauteed until I could smell it (hate burnt garlic it's so bitter!). Added chops back along with rest of ingredients and simmered 1/2 hour.
This was De-Li-cious! If you love garlic this is just excellent. I followed the measurements for dry spices as directed and used about 5 cloves of garlic and smothered them on one side of each chop after rubbing them down with the spices. I browned them first an sauted the onion rings & mushrooms in butter flavored cooking spray and tablespoon of butter as other reviewers suggested. Even though I think I slightly overcooked them the worchestire sauce mixture kept the chops moist. My husband and I really enjoyed these and will definately make again with more mushrooms and more sauce. I plan on slicing up the left over 2 chops and toasting them in a sandwich roll w/ more sauted onion mushroom bellpeppers and cheese! Thank You!!!
We liked this recipe. I used 32 ounces of mushrooms and the same amount of Worsestershire and water. I browned then removed the chops adding them once again after the vegetables were cooked. I then cooked the pork for 10 minutes and thickened the sauce with flour to go over rice. Served with fresh green beans and baked bread. Easy to prepare. I will make this recipe again.
This is a staple in my dinner now. I have made it around 4x and now make about 5 or more pork chops and then after cooked I add onions/mushrooms a little more water for about 8 mins then add on top of pork chops. It taste great every time I make it.
This recipe had my favorite ingredients in it but there was definitely something missing in the way of flavor. I used Colgin's Hickory Smoked Worcestershire Sauce McCormick's Smokey Slack Pepper and I can tell that these added an extra "kick" which helped but even with loads of garlic (never enough) I still couldn't find the taste. I usually use a pork rub and will have to stick to that for now.
Review this recipe
Review this recipe
Thanks for adding your feedback.
Congrats! You saved Rubbed Down Pork Chops to your Favorites