The *** I gave this was mostly my fault... Here's what I did: I sprinkled the pork chops with seasoning salt, garlic powder, and Italian seasoning before browning them with some chopped onion. To the soup, I added garlic powder, Italian seasoning, and chives. Now, here is where I probably made the mistake: Per previous comments, I wanted to make sure there was enough sauce, so I added a small can of evaporated milk. DO NOT ADD EVAPORATED MILK!! My potatoes ended up sticking to the bottom of the pan so bad that I was scraping overcooked/almost-burnt potato chunks out. The potatoes ended up tasting GREAT (even the overcooked, scraped-out bits!), but the chops didn't come out so well. My daughter ate some of the chops but both my husband and I were really not thrilled with the chops. They were really dry. Again, probably my fault. Next time, I'll either use the original recipe (plus seasonings) in the slow cooker or I'll just cook the potatoes in the soup and prepare the chops separately. Thanks for an interesting base recipe! *** UPDATED 12/14/05 - Made it again without the milk, same stuck-to-the-pan end. Must be my pan. It's easy and convenient, the taste is fine (once you spice up a regular can of soup)... But the chops weren't great and the baked-on factor means I probably won't make again.
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The *** I gave this was mostly my fault... Here's what I did: I sprinkled the pork chops with...