Recipe by ANFMUSICGRL
"Pork Chops with a delicious, light gravy. Great to eat with mashed potatoes too!"
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boneless pork chops
seasoned pepper to taste
seasoned salt to taste
I was actually surprised that these were so good. Some of the reviews were less than stellar but I liked how easy it was so I tried it. Followed the recipe pretty closely, except I found that I was out of honey so I used pancake syrup (imagine that!) and it worked out just fine. I was going to double the gravy but that turned out not to be needed; there was plenty. I may have added about 5 minutes to the cooking time to make sure the chops were cooked through. Very good and used ingredients I usually have on hand. Thanks!!...10/15/08 an update: I have to take back what I said about there being plenty of gravy. The last two times I made this I doubled the gravy. It's so good that my son smothers everything on his plate with it! ....Okay, one last update....I promise!: I make this about once a week now (usually with the original honey instead of the syrup I substituted once)) and have been adding just a few drops of Gravy Master to the gravy....looks more appetizing that way.
Well, I don't know what I did wrong but this didn't even make it to the table. The gravy was truly horrible - unpleasant taste, looked awful, and it had a gluey sticky texture. Not recommended. Sorry.
tried this and loved it---my husband usually only likes his pork chops crispy fried, so I thought this may end up to soft for him -- but after I fried the chops and let them simmer they still had a good "fried" coating.
I think that the gravy for this dish,was very unappetizing. I would not recommend this much at all.
This recipe was great. We used lemon pepper and california style garlic salt instead of seasoned salt and pepper. We doubled the gravy as well. This also went great with garlic mashed potatoes with the gravy. If you prefer wine with your meal, we had Beringer's Chardonney.
My husband and I loved this recipe. I followed the recipe closely with the following exceptions: I used soy milk instead of milk(we do not drink milk) and I used the leftover flour from dredging the pork which amounted to only about a half tablespoon. The combo of lemon and honey which sounds "different" was very tasty. I will definitely make it again.
We really enjoyed this, and will make again for sure. Quick and painless, but tasty. I simmered about twice as long on very low heat and it came out a bit better I felt than the first time.
This has become a family favorite. From my brother who likes everything to my son who likes almost nothing. I find that I like to double the sauce to dress up the side dishes.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pork Chops with Delicious Gravy
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 93
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