Recipe by ALBERTASTRACHAN
"A fast and delicious way to serve pork chops with the vegetables. Add some crusty rolls and a salad."
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potatoes, thinly sliced
1 (15 ounce) can
green beans, drained
onion, thinly sliced
2 (10.75 ounce) cans
condensed cream of mushroom soup
salt and pepper to taste
Replying to a request for suggestions to make this more tasty, try seasoning the chops and browning them until dark brown and then continuing. One could also try putting the potatoe layer at the bottom so it cooks quicker and seasoning each layer with salt, pepper, garlic, etc. I would also try frying onions in the browned drippings with salt and a tbsp of water. And frozen beans would be more fresh tasting than canned ones... bon apetite!
I followed the directions, and our pork chops cam out dry and the potatoes weren't cooked.
Oh my gosh! I have never tasted such tender pork chops. I didn't even know it was possible for them to get that tender!! First, I browned the meat in butter and seasoning salt, and then I sprayed the dish with nonstick oil. I layered the potatoes with a few pats of butter, chops, green beans, and the soup mixture. Each layer I spiced with onion powder, garlic powder, and salt and pepper. My boyfriend loved it, even though he normally hates casseroles!!
We actually cut the recipe in half (except the potatoes) because it is just my husband and I. Reading other reviews about lack of taste I made the following adjustments; Used Campbell's Cream of Chicken with Herbs, onion powder in place of onions (husband dislikes onions) and used FRESH GROUND pepper. I also layered the potatoes on the bottom. Next time I would add a tbsp or two of butter with the potatoes. WE WILL MAKE THIS AGAIN.
I should add a review here, since I gave this recipe 5 stars the first time I made it (I've since made it another 3 or 4 times). It is very quick and simple to make, which is something I value greatly when I am short on time or ideas; 15 minutes of preparation time, and then I can just pop it in the oven for an hour and go on with whatever else I have to do. My entire family and I just love these pileups. Well done!
I was a little leary of tossing all this together, but it was excellent. Good comfort food, and easy. Having a mandoline to slice the potatoes was a real plus
This is fast and my husband rated this at a four. I rate it at a five because ist is so easy. I did brown and season my pork chops first, but that is the only change and they came out perfect,I used a mandolyn to slice the potatoes and baked for one hour everything was done to perfection.
Terrific and easy! Have made this twice now. After reading the reviews, I made sure to cut the potatoes thin (scalloped-like), and I also made the chops thin to ensure they would cook. I added more potatoes, too, to make sure it would stretch for many adults. The final touch for us was sprinkling Club House's "Parmesan and Herbs" on top when it is served for that extra little something. Mmmmm! Thanks for the recipe!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pork Chop Pileups
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 92
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