Recipe by Shelli
"If homey casseroles are your thing, this dish is for you! Rich and creamy its sure to satisfy!"
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1 (2 pound) package
frozen hash brown potatoes
1 (10.75 ounce) can
condensed cream of celery soup
shredded Cheddar cheese
I was glad that I read most of the reviews before starting this recipe. I browned the pork chops with worc. sause, garlic powder, and seasoning salt but next time will omit the worc. sause because I found the taste wasn't fitting to the final result. I cooked the potatoes and onions in the same pan after with onion soup mix for flavour. Doubled up on cheese and put half into the mixture, along with mushroom soup in place of celery. Put a thin layer of the potatoe mixture on bottom, then put the chops (this kept them moist), then the rest of the potatoes. In oven for about 50, but 60 would be better. Put remaining cheese on top with about 20 minutes left and kept the lid off. Was really good and full of flavour tho next time will cut back on the sauce just as a personal preference.
Sorry but my family really didn't like it.
Wow, hard to know where to start with this one! I enjoyed this but I made a lot of modifications based on other reviews. First, I used O'Brian potatoes because I wanted the onion and pepper already in there. I browned my pork chops in worchestershire sauce and seasoned them with garlic powder, onion powder, salt and pepper. Then I browned the potatoes a bit too before I put them in the dish. I used cream of mushroom soup and mixed in half the cheese with the soup and sour cream. I layered the potatoes, chops, potatoes and baked for about 40 minutes. I sprinkled cheese over the top during the last 10 minutes of baking. It was quite good, although I'm not sure how much it actually resembles the original recipe!
Tasty enough to make again. I too added a splash of worchester sauce and all seasoning when frying, which added extra taste. Next time, I plan to cut the pork chops into cubes and still fry the same and mix into the casserole instead of placing the large chunks on top (I mean, you have to cut them into smaller bites anyway, why not just mix into the hotdish?). Thanks for the change.
Based upon other reviews about the dish being bland, I used Lipton onion soup mix to season. I added about 3/4 envelope to sour cream/soup mixture and omitted the onions. The flavoring was perfect. I overcooked the chops - 50 min was too long. Next time I will top with cheese about the last 20 minutes of baking. I'm making it for a friend tonight!!!
Easy and delicious! My husband and son loved it. Perfect for company or Sunday dinner on a cold winter day. I added garlic powder and pushed the chops down into the potato mixture to keep them moist while baking.
this recipe is the best. because i have small kids i cut up the chops into bite size pieces and mix it into the hashbrowns.
This recipe was very good (something different). It was easy to make and the hash browns were creamy. I used sharp cheese instead of mild and felt that the hash browns could use the extra kick. My boyfriend felt that the pork chops could have used some sort of seasoning while cooking in the oven. I feel that this recipe gives you room to experiment.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Hash Brown and Pork Chop Casserole
Serving Size: 1/5 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 5
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 317
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