Recipe by Kim Playfair
"Pork chops with a creamy horseradish topping. Delicious and easy but not low fat. We always serve with wild rice and green beans on the side."
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boneless pork chops
dry bread crumbs
These were great *IF* you like horseradish...a definite prerequisite! I also added various spices to the chops before I piled the crumb topping on--salt, pepper, cayenne, oregano, garlic powder and basil. Just eyeballed the spices and added per my own taste. I also baked them atop slices of onions which baked up crisp tender with a wonderful flavor from the juices/spices. Finally, I started to put the chops under the broiler for a few minutes after they were done to crisp up the crumb mixture since it seemed a little 'wet' and I was SO glad I tasted it first! Where this dish is lacking in presentation, it definitely makes up for in flavor. This is an easy, quick and delicious weeknight meal with the perfect amount of horseradish and tender, succulent meat to boot.
i truly hate to review a recipe this low...but it is what is. this was a waste of great pork chops. i followed the recipe. i love horseradissh. really no taste at all. i will not waste chops here again...sorry about the low rating, just 4 ingredients..it sounded great...but.
This came out with a distinct flavor and tasted wonderful. The only problem I saw was that I pulled the pork chops out 5 minutes early and they were dry and overdone, but that is easily fixed. Overall, a solid recipe with some tweaking of the cooking time/heat.
It is delicious, I used ground horseradish and not creamy style, it has much more bite!!
I was skeptical about this but wanted to make something easy so i tried this. Only change was using bone in chops. This was delicious. Thanks submitter. Served with Betty Crocker au gratin potatoes, apple sauce and corn. The potatoes can cook in the oven along with the chops.
OMG ... to die for!!! How can anything this easy be this delicious. But believe it, it is :)
I was looking for something new to do with pork chops when I came across this recipe.I read thru the majority of the reviews and combined suggestions from a few of them:placed the chops on onion slices,seasoned with s&p and garlic powder,made the topping exactly as listed,baked for 30 min( my chops were thin cut) then broiled for 5 min....result..my husband said they were the best pork chops I ever made...and I've been cooking for him for 26 years.
This is so easy and so good! We usually add extra horseradish but that is just because we like spicy. I normally only need to cook a total of 30 minutes in the oven but that of course just depends on the size of your pork chops (thickness).
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Horseradish Pork Chops
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 170
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