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(1 inch thick) boneless pork chops
process cheese sauce
I REEEEALLY wanted to give this recipe 5 stars because of the taste. BUT, They came out EXTREMEMLY overcooked. I had 1/2" to 3/4" boneless chops and baked them for 50 min.(took them out 10 min's early). The cheese (used vermont cheddar and provolone) got REALLY cooked. I don't understand how everyone else's came out tender after an HOUR even if they had 1" or better chops! I do plan on making this again, but I will only bake 35 min's. and I will add the second cheese 10 min's before it's done. I crumbled the cooked bacon on top, then vermont cheddar, then provolone. My kids really liked the taste and they don't like pork chops normally. I'm sure with the shorter bake time they will be FABULOUS!**UPDATE** I tried this again with the same cheezes, but cooked 25 min's, added the mozz/prov cheese and cooked for 10 more min's. Came out FANTASTIC. I used bone in center cut chops this time too.
This was okay, but I will never make it again. It felt like something was missing. I used shredded cheddar cheese, which I added during the last 10 minutes of the cooking time. It seemed like it needed a sauce or maybe some type of filling stuffed inside the pork chops. It was tender, though. As far as meat wrapped in bacon, I still prefer "Bacon Wrapped Chicken" from this site.
My family, who are not big pork chop fans, really loved these. I did make a couple of enhancements that were suggested by others: I seered the pork chops in the bacon fat and used shredded cheddar and Jack cheese on top. (Couldn't bring myself to use "cheez-wiz".) The chops I used were very thick (~1"). The people who said these were dry probably over-cooked them. You have to be very careful with pork chops, they cook quickly and tend to be dry if overdone. Seering helps to trap in the juices. Anyway, we enjoyed these and maybe now I won't get faces and rolling eyeballs when I say we're having pork chops for dinner.
These are the very best pork chops that I've ever made!! Awesome!! They were very moist and flavourful and so simple to prepare (child's play, really). I added garlic powder and black pepper and I browned the chops in the same pan that I used for partially cooking the bacon. I lined the baking pan with foil before putting it in the oven for a fast and easy clean-up. My husband and I both just loved these chops and I will be preparing them on a regular basis. Thanks so much for the fantastic recipe!!
These were really good. I took the advice of some others and instead of wrapping my chops, I chopped the bacon and topped the chops with that. I also used cheddar instead of cheez-whiz...I just couldn't bring myself to use it. I seasoned my chops with garlic powder, onion powder, and pepper. Then I browned them in the bacon grease left from cooking the bacon. Placed them in a baking pan, poured a small amount of beef broth in the bottom of the pan (hoping that would keep them from drying out), and baked for 30 minutes. I pulled them out, topped with bacon and cheese and baked for 10 minutes more to melt the cheese. My chops were tender and juicy. They were exactly 1 in. thick, boneless chops. They were not dry at all. I recommend keeping an eye on them and not cooking for the full hour unless they REALLY need it! Thanks for the recipe!
I was kind of going out on a limb when I tried this recipe because I was having company over and I myself had never tasted it. Thank God it turned out awesome! I spiced it up by adding monteral steak seasoning to the pork chops before cooking them. I was not sure of the kind of cheese sauce to use so I used Ragu cheese sauce and we loved it. It is even better when you use the cheese sauce that is left over as a dipping sauce. My husband says this is a keeper and I agree. Thank you for the recipe.
So easy. Very "American" with all the meat and processed cheese! Delicious flavour. Something kids and picky husbands would love. I did too!
These were awesome! I substitued some shredded colby jack because that's what I had on hand. We had these for dinner a week ago and my fiance is still talking about them! The pork chops came out very tender and juicy. This wasn't the healthiest recipe so I wouldn't make it all the time. But every once in awhile we like to splurge and I would definitely consider making this again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Bacon Wrapped Pork Chops
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 323
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