Recipe by Valkyrja
"Good, simple pork chops simmered with potatoes in a mushroom sauce."
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baking potatoes, peeled and sliced
1 (10.75 ounce) can
condensed cream of mushroom soup
I tried this recipe out and it was really great! I sauteed some onions & garlic (just a little), seasoned up the pork chops and cooked them fully. I cooked the sliced potatoes seperately only to give them some color and when they were about done, I mixed the chops & taters together, added cream of mushroom and cream of chicken soup (two cans each, we have a very large family) and heated it through. It was GREAT and there were no left-overs for the next day. Even my picky son ate two servings!! Don't try this recipe without first seasoning the chops and adding a little seasoning to the potatoes, too; otherwise it will be way too bland.
I'm sorry but we did not like this at all. The pork was bland and there was no flavor with the potatoes at all. I don't think that I could give a true rating if I was going to change everything and add a ton of spices. As written...too bland, but tinkering with spices your family likes will definately help with flavor. I won't be making as written, but would try again with lots of spices. Thanks for the post.
Yum! This is very close to a recipe I grew up with, baked by my mom. She used to add about 1 tbl. of caraway seed to it. :) Now, I add the caraway and a layer of thinly sliced onions, too. Delish!
This was so good! My husband and kids loved it. The meat was very tender and the potatoes tasty. I added garlic powder, salt, pepper and onions and had it with fresh green beans. Delicious!
I seared my chops first with a good helping of onions and placed the mixture into my slow cooker along with garlic roasted mushroom soup and a lot more seasonings. Good base recipe but I think without the additons it would have been too bland for my gang. Thanks for a good start!
My husband, a meat and potatoes guy, loves this dish. I sprinkle a little onion soup mix over the potatoes before adding the cream soup. I usually make only two chops and the potatoes have room to brown nicely where they touch the pan. Gourmet it's not, just down-home good.
I took the advice of others and carmalized some onions, then added garlic along with the chops to the skillet. I also added a couple shakes of beef bouillon granuals to the soup. This meal was not only handy in a "quick fix" way, but it was tasty as well. It did the trick for my fam. The chops came out tender enough to cut with a butter knife, great served with fresh steamed green beans. Thanks Valkyrja!
The only thing I changed with this recipe was I rubbed the chops with orgeno, salt and pepper. The I spinkled them with garlic powder when they were cooking. I also added more potatoes since I used 6 pork chops and I used 2 cans of mushrooms soup. This was SO GOOD! I will definitely make it again!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pork Chop and Potato Casserole
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 99
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