Recipe by lutzflcat
"Flavorful, tender pork chops with Italian pizzazz. Great served over noodles."
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(3/4 inch thick) pork loin chops
1 (14.5 ounce) can
diced Italian tomatoes, undrained
ground black pepper
water, if necessary
green bell pepper, cut in 6 pieces
This recipe was excellent JUST AS WRITTEN, and I would not rate it after making a bunch of changes to it as many other reviewers do. I agree 100% with reviewer Larry Brooke. It would be nice to see ratings and reviews on the ORIGINAL recipe. I find it just plain insulting to the submitter of the recipe when people pompously say "here's what I did to make this a five star recipe" or "these are the changes I made" or "here's how I do it". Please rate the original and then submit your own darned recipe if you're not happy with it. Merry Christmas to all.
Followed the recipe as written. These were good, but not great. I would highly suggest seasoning the pork chops with salt and pepper as you're browning them, because although the sauce is flavorful enough, the chops themselves were on the bland side. Also, my chops turned out dry and I don't know if this was due to the long simmering time or what. On the plus side, this recipe is easy and presents nicely.
The secret to moist pork chops is to use bone in chops. The boneless chops dry out during the simmering process.
These pork chops were tender and juicy and had a lot of flavor. We loved them! I followed the recipe except for the mushrooms (didn't have any) and I left out the salt (personal preference). This is a terrific quick and easy weeknight dinner that everyone will love.
Delicious! I scaled this to 2 servings, but made half of the sauce. I used a mix a colored peppers and sautéed them separately, topping the chops with them when plating. The flavor of this is excellent, perfectly seasoned. The only thing I would change next time is to cut back on the simmering time because my chops dried out a bit, even though I used a very low simmer. But that is an easy fix and I will definitely be making this again!
I absolutely loved these pork chops! The only thing I did was added a little bit more seasoning since my family likes their food spicy but other than that, I followed the recipe exactly and it was a sure hit! It's been added to my recipe box for future use. The chops are juicy and tender...try it!
I put this in my Recipe Box because of it seemed to be a very healthy recipe...according to the nutritional information...although I wonder if it was calculated correctly?? Anyway..it was quite simple to make and it was VERY tasty! I used a 540 ml can of Alymers Cracked Black Peppercord and Roasted Garlic stewed tomatoes and the flavour was AMAZING! I used a red pepper but otherwise I followed the recipe pretty much exactly. The sauce was so good it might be good as a pasta sauce on it's own and I will defiantly try this with chicken.
* I did try this with chicken..not as good..something about the pork chops I guess!
These pork chops are very good. I use diced tomatoes with green chilies instead of the regular tomatoes and added black greek olives.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pork Chops Italiano
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 83
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