Recipe by rev'd up chef
"Growing up, this was a staple in my home. This is a great recipe because the pork and rice cook in the same dish. The rice is flavorful and the pork chops come out nice and tender."
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seasoned salt, or to taste
thin bone-in pork chops
1 (14 ounce) can
10 fluid ounces
1 1/2 cups
This recipe was easy to make and I like that it went in the oven. The rice in this recipe was outstanding and flavorful. I am going to make this recipe again because time got away from me on checking the pork chops. I would suggest checking the pork chops at 40-45 minutes to see if the meat is at 145º. I unfortunately overcooked my pork chops. So, I was a bit disappointed in myself. Forgive me, rev'd up chef. I will try again because I think this recipe is probably excellent when rev'd up chef made it. My husband couldn't say enough about the rice. A good recipe on a cold night!
Excellent recipe! I make this quite often now and my family loves it! Typically I don't even put the meat on the skillet first and it's still great. Tonight I'm making it with chicken because that's what I have on have and I'm sure it will be great!!
To make it more flavorful, half the water and replace the other half with wine. Use the wine to deglaze the pan after browning the chops. Can also add more seasonings like garlic, basil, parsley, black pepper, etc. Also, this serves maybe 3-4 people and not 6.
Delicious! I added mushrooms & bell pepper to the mix, plus browned the chops with a spicy mustard and Worcestershire coating. Added a little vegetable broth to the recipe because I was short on the beef consommé & it was still a very flavorful rice. This was a simple but great dish. I baked for exactly 1 hr. & 5 minutes. Used long grain rice because it bakes better than my favorite medium grain. Husband asked for a repeat, soon! Reading the reviews really helps, when trying something new... It made enough - leftovers for 2 and reheated chops in skillet with broth & the rice reheated well in my rice cooker.
Best pork chops I have ever made. This was a great recipe that everyone loved. I will definitely be making it in the future! Very moist and delicious.
We enjoyed this very much. Chops were super tender and tasty. I most always follow recipes exactly, however, I had to make a little change because of the ingredients I had on hand. My beef consommé was a 10 oz can not 14 so I did 10 oz of consommé, 10 oz of water (as per recipe) and 4 oz of white wine :) Worked out quite well. Also due to OUR preference, I coated the chops in flour before browning.
Will definitely be making this again.
I made this recipe the same....it's delicious . Next time I'm gonna add some mushrooms. Thanks
Simple, All of my boys loved it and it went really well with
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Baked Pork Chops and Rice
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 173
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