"The easiest pork chop recipe imaginable, and oh so tasty. My family has passed this recipe down for years." — JHILGENB
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ground black pepper
garlic powder to taste
onions, finely chopped
1 (10.75 ounce) can
condensed cream of mushroom soup
1 1/4 cups
thinly sliced potatoes
This is a nice "homey" recipe (even myself and my bf - both of us confirmed mushroom haters!) liked this! I like the fact that it is a meal-in-one dish. Be sure to slice your potatoes thin so that they cook all the way through in the alloted amount of time called for, or else your pork chops will be overdone and your potatoes won't be completely cooked. I seasoned my chops with seasoned salt in lieu of table salt to add more flavor (I didn't pre measure the salt, pepper or garlic powder either - just seasoned to taste). I also added some minced garlic from a jar to the soup mixture and shredded cheddar cheese to cover the casserole. This is similar to the pork chop and potato casserole recipe by Wendy on this site (hence the idea for adding cheese). The pork chops go well with green beans or a tossed salad and dinner rolls on the side. A cold glass of milk completes the meal! This one's a definite keeper : ) Thanks!
This was just ok. It needs a lot more seasoning than called for, or maybe more soup. The potatos came out fine without extra cooking as I sliced them extra thin. I'd like to try this again, but I'm going to have to figure out how to zing up the sauce.
My family really liked this one. I did use boneless chops and two cans of mushroom soup to one can of milk and used frozen O'brien hash browns to save time which worked better than I thought it would. All in all it was tasty and quick to put together for a busy mother of five.
Delicious tender pork, creamy flavorful potatoes -- this recipe is a real keeper! The directions "until potatoes are tender" are important -- my potatoes weren't done at 60 minutes of baking, but they turned out perfectly with 20 more minutes in the oven.
Fabulous doesn't begin to describe this recipe!! I make it at least once a week. I am not that great of a cook so my husband was pleasantly surprised when he came home to dinner to this the first time! He went on and on about how good it was! I am so thrilled to have this recipe, I'm sure it will be in our family for years to come! I wish I'd had this before. I did add some cajun seasoning to the meat. It just adds a little zing to the pork. Other than that I stuck to the recipe and I love it! In fact, I just got done making it again! Thanks so much, J Hilgenberg for sharing this!
Overall, easy and good. I thought 2 large onions would be too much, so I used 1 onion and 1 garlic clove. Also, left out the potatoes because I served with mashed potatoes (great gravy!) While baking, I left the dish covered for an hour; uncovered it and cooked 10 more minutes. Very tender this way!
Wonderful! I baked them for an hour, but ended up having to put the dish in the microwave because the pork still wasn't done, and the potatoes weren't tender. To cut down on the fat, I used only 1 Tbl. butter (turned out fine!). I also used only 1 onion, and it was plenty! I didn't bother measuring the seasonings - just sprinkled all 3 on both sides of the meat. Next time, I may try adding another can of soup, as others suggested, to make it thicker. Thanks for the recipe!
I DECIDED TO TRY THIS AS SOMETHING NEW AND DIFFERENT AND MY FAMILY LOVED IT ... MY POTATOES WERE COOKED PERFECTLY U JUST HAVE TO SLICE THEM VERY THIN....THIS WAS A VERY EASY AND TASTY NEW TWIST TO JUST BORING CHOPS!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Mushroom Sauce Baked Pork Chops
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 129
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