I had thawed pork chops, and was looking for a quick recipe that isn't part of my normal cooking routine. I saw this, and had everything so have it a shot, even though it sounded too easy. I'm usually sceptic of dumping ingredients into a pan. It looked like pink liquidy goo worth onions ontop. After 50mins off cooking, i got out my cast iron skillet, and had to "Brown" everything to get it to look appetizing, after reading others reviews, I really needed to Brown the pork chops first, and really,I should have known better. It came out good after lots of alterations, like adding garlic, sage, rosemary, thyme, and lots of cracked pepper. Also, some water since it was getting too thick. I will make this again, but start in a skillet with butter and browning the pork chops. Removing them, sauteing the onions, then aging the soup with water, the spices, then aging the pork chops back in and letting it simmer, Or transfer to the oven to bake. It was a mess going from the baking dish typ the cast iron skillet, and an extra 30to 45 mins. I could see how out could be a glorious one dish recipe that's easy, but it didn't do well for me just dumping in a pan.
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I had thawed pork chops, and was looking for a quick recipe that isn't part of my normal...