Recipe by Land O'Lakes, Inc.
"These moist, tender pork chops are cooked in a fresh vegetable sauce."
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LAND O LAKES® Butter
finely chopped fresh garlic
(1/2-inch thick) pork chops
1 (28 ounce) can
whole tomatoes, undrained, cut up
dried basil leaves
green bell pepper, cut into rings
onion, cut into rings
This was so good i followed this recipe to the (T) and let me say me and my hubby lovvved it.
We did not care for this recipe at all. Not sure if I did anything wrong, but we will not try this one again. Sorry!!!
WOW! We LOVED this! I used a slow cooker to make this and the pork literally fell apart! We had 8 center cut pork chops that I pan seared on both sides in butter and garlic from the jar. Then I placed them in the bottom of a crock pot. I then sprinkled them with salt, pepper and basil. I then poured the 2 (14 oz) cans of Italian style diced tomatoes over top and then placed 1 onion sliced into rings on top of that. I put the slow cooker on low and we had dinner about 5 hours later. I totally skipped that water, cornstarch thing. We omitted green bell pepper as we were out. We served with white rice, green beans and freshly baked french bread. When I make again I will serve with pasta and a salad. This was better than I had imagined. If serving for company I probably would bake so that the chops don't fall apart. DELICIOUS!!!! Thanks for the post :-)
I made this for dinner and wasn't sure about it at first but it was great, even the fuzzy I don't like pork chops person loved them. I didn't have that size of canned tomatoes so I used a small can and a can of tomato sauce and it was great. Next time I will just use the tomato sauce with equal part water for the sauce. Have to make this now once every 2 weeks to keep them happy.
I hate porkchops, but in an effort to do something nice for my dad, I decided to make some. My mom came home and said "ewwww.. porkchops, what are you making those for???" But I made them anyway and expected them to be like the usual bland piece of chewy meat, except with some vegetables on top, but instead, they were great! They were the least chewy porkchops I've ever had and they had so much flavor! They even looked pretty with the sauce and side of asparagus I made on a plate.. it looked AND tasted like something from a restaurant. Even my mom liked it... she didn't say anything bad! In fact, I saw her sneaking some leftovers in her lunch the next day. We all agreed they were the best porkchops we'd ever had.
This recipe was a HUGE hit with my family! The sauce is great and goes well over rice as well as mashed potatoes!
This is really good and makes a great pasta dish.
This was so good!the whole family loved it!Even as leftovers!I used a couple little cans of tomato paste instead of the cornstarch and added the onions and peppers during the last 20 minutes or so of cooking the pork chops,so they would pick up the flavor.Highly recomended!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Basil Tomato Pork Chops
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 180
** Calories from Fat: 84
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