"My mom used to make this all the time and it has always been one of my favorites. The best part is you can mix it up in a few minutes in the morning and forget about it for the rest of the day. You may add an additional can of soup if you want more gravy." — Jennifer
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2 (10.75 ounce) cans
condensed cream of mushroom soup
I changed some things too. I have a 7 qt. slow cooker, and I wanted to make 5 pork chops. I didn't use any eggs or milk. I simply mixed flour, garlic powder, salt and peper together and just floured the porkchops with that mixture, no eggs. Then I browned them in the shortening. While they were browning, I dumped 2 cans of cream of mushroom soup, 1 can of cream of chicken, 1 can of beef broth, 1 envelope of onion soup mix, and two 4 oz. cans of mushrooms in the slow cooker, and mixed it all up. After the porkchops were done browning (about 4 min. on each side), I added them to the slow cooker and covered them with the soup mixture, and let them cook for 5 hours on high. They were so tender and the taste was out of this world, the aroma filled the house. There were no extra spices needed. I served them with mashed potatos and corn. My kids loved them! I will definately make this again and again!
These were good but too heavy - I think next time I will use less soup.
We LOVE this dish, I have made it many times. Before I started I read over all the reviews and this is what I can up with after all the suggestions.
Omit the egg and flour process, just lightly brown pork chops in pan (I use pork tenderlion, sliced thin) Then slice 1 onion, 1red bell pepper and 1 pkg mushrooms, chop 4 cloves garlic and saute all of it in pan with little olive oil. Season with salt, pepper, season all, and little sage. Use 1 can cream mushroom and 1 can cream chicken, with the 2 cups milk. Serve over rice. Turns out perfect and my family loves the gravy over the rice. In fact I am making this tonight!!
My husband and I love this recipe! I have made this quite a few times and always make it the way one of the other reviewers suggested:
"I didn't use any eggs or milk. I simply mixed flour, garlic powder, salt and peper together and just floured the porkchops with that mixture, no eggs. Then I browned them in the shortening. While they were browning, I dumped 2 cans of cream of mushroom soup, 1 can of cream of chicken, 1 can of beef broth, 1 envelope of onion soup mix, and two 4 oz. cans of mushrooms in the slow cooker, and mixed it all up. After the porkchops were done browning (about 4 min. on each side), I added them to the slow cooker and covered them with the soup mixture, and let them cook for 5 hours on high."
I also made mine with potatoes. Just scrub, cube, and toss them into your crockpot along with everything else. The potatoes turn out perfect every time!!
OK: Here's my take on this recipe. Salt & pepper the chops before dredging them in flour. No egg necessary. After browning, put in slow cooker. To drippings in pan, saute 12 oz. sliced, fresh mushrooms. Then add 1 can of cream of mushroom soup, 1-1/2 cans of milk, then 1 packet of onion soup mix. Mix ingredients and bring to boil, then add to slow cooker. I used six thick, boneless chops and had more than enough gravy. Fork tender, no need for a knife.
Good as is. I can't get over the way you all just change the recipe completely and then rate it!!!! Why don't you just post your own recipe? I love the recipes on this site but that is one thing that bothers me! I call it "recipe bashing!"
This tasted really good! The only thing I added was a packet of onion soup mix, but I would change a couple of things based on texture and visual appearance. I found that the egg and flour coating gave the chops kind of a slimy "skin" - next time I'll just season the chops and brown them without the dredging step. Also, instead of slicing I would chop the onion.....the slices in the gravy looked a little too worm like for me :)
This was pretty good and very easy. I made some changes to make it a healthier meal: I used thick, boneless pork chops, skipped the whole dredging/frying part, I used the 98% fat free soup, 2 cans of evaporated skim milk and added other seasonings. The meat was so tender! I will definitely make this again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pork Chops to Live For
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 223
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