Recipe by Campbell's Kitchen
"Sear and simmer pork chops to tender perfection in an easy, flavorful sauce."
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pork chops, 1/2 inch thick
1 (10.75 ounce) can
Campbell's® Condensed Tomato Soup (Regular or 25% Less Sodium)
packed brown sugar
hot cooked rice
I have made this for thirty years - really! I have never added the sugar, vinegar or worcestershire and I also let it simmer for about 30 minutes or more. The sauce gets darker and richer as it cooks and you may have to keep adding a little extra water as you go. Delicious!
I had two problems with this recipe. I used 1/2 inch chops just like the recipe called for and followed the time of 10 minutes on low and the pork was a little dry and over-cooked in my opinion. The second problem I had was the sauce was too watery. I even took the pork chops out and continue to boil down the sauce but the end result was still too wet. The positive is the sauce is quite tasty and tangy but next time; I think after I brown the meat, I would put everything in the oven and bake it at a low temperature to keep the pork moist.
I wanted something quick and easy and this was perfect. I did season the chops with a little seasoned salt before browning. They cooked for 15 minutes. It is amazing what tomato soup can do to a recipe
These were pretty good. Easy to make. I simmered them longer than 10 minutes though. Probably about 30 minutes, while I was cooking my side dish.
Easy, quick and very good.
I've made this several times and its wonderful! I leave out the Worcestershire sauce and use canned tomato juice we make instead of tomato soup and add a little hot sauce to it. They always come out juicy and tender. I also do as another reviewer recommended and let them simmer for at least 45 min. Perfect!
I had to double the recipe so along with the given ingredients I also added a tbsp of honey and a tbsp of butter maple syrup and I used apple cider vinegar. When I browned the pork chops I added fresh chopped garlic to the oil. Made a wonderful meal that all 4 of my children ate. Definitely doing it again. :)
For me this was just ok.The family said it was not too bad but would not ask for it again.sorry i hate to give this type of review.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Skillet Sweet and Tangy Pork Chops
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 169
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