Recipe by Allana
"Great make ahead recipe that freezes well."
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thick cut pork chops
salt and pepper to taste
sweet Italian sausage
dry red wine
1 (8 ounce) can
This is the best recipe for pork chops I've found! The chops stay flavorful and tender, and I like the fact that there are no cream soups involved. I served it with sides of buttered pasta and Italian-style vegetables, and we licked the platter clean. As a matter of personal preference, I used more garlic, and added one chopped bell pepper to the onion and mushroom mix and it came out very well. I also did not have any tomato sauce, so I used a partially drained 14.5 oz. can of diced tomatoes and this worked fine, too. For anyone who does not wish to cook with wine, I substituted beef broth for the wine and it was still quite flavorful. This is an A+ recipe! Thanks for sharing it, Allana!
This was very flavorful, but being a two-meat entree, I could almost feel my arteries hardening! A little goes a long way-- it was very filling. I served it with pasta. I wish the sauce had been thicker, but the greasiness of it helped it to cling to the pasta. I would make this again, only with turkey sausage, and pat it with paper towels after draining it for extra grease control.
Easy and great tasting. Makes a little too much sauce, and was sorry to have to drain most of it.
This recipe is great! I've made this dish twice now and I've made a few variations- I used a can of diced tomatos instead of the tomato sauce and added roasted red peppers. Wonderful and delicious. Thanks for the wonderful recipe!
Great flavor. I would use a thicker sauce next time.
TASTY! Sunday night is pasta night in our house and this recipe will become part of the rotation. After reading the reviews, I made only three small tweaks. 1) Sauteed a 1/2 pint of cherry tomatoes with the sausage/mushroom mixture 2) Used spaghetti sauce in place of tomato sauce/wine. (I needed sauce for the pasta) and finally . . . 3) saved some clean-up by using an oven-proof pan to brown, saute and bake all in the same pan (captured all the great pan juices that way as well). THANKS ALLANA!
Increase cooking time by 30 - 40 minutes to get the 1" pork chops exceptionally tender.
I thought the recipe had good flavor. I was hoping for more of a sauce though. I would add only a LITTLE wine and more tomato sauce. I would make a it again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pork Chops with Italian Sausage
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 138
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