Recipe by Karen
"Very easy recipe for tasty pork chops stuffed with bread crumbs, onion, parsley, spices and simmered in a beef broth."
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thick cut pork chops
dry bread crumbs
ground black pepper
melted butter, divided
yellow onion, chopped
For some reason I've always stayed away from stuffed porkchops, thinking it seemed too hard to do or that they just wouldn't taste good. I had some very thick chops and decided to go for it with this recipe. I'm glad I did because they were wonderful! I only had italian style bread crumbs but they added a very nice flavor to the stuffing. I added about 1/2 a cup more of the broth to the pan which was just enough to drizzle over the chops. I would even suggest thickening it a bit to make it more of a gravy if desired. The family loved them and were very impressed! This would be great to serve to company too. If you've never tried making stuffed chops, give this recipe a try.
I enjoyed the flavor and taste except I clearly did not have pork chops that were cut thick enough. The stuffing wouldn't stay inside the pork chop and it ended up being VERY messy. In the future I will make sure my pork chops are cut thicker. I ended up making the stuffing into a gravy as it was overflowing anyways. It still had a great taste and I look forward to trying this again. The only changes I made were... Adding extra garlic power, adding extra butter to the stuffing and using chicken broth instead of beef broth. I will not be adding this to my regular rotation.
Never had a pork chop I liked until now. These were fantastic with a few minor changes and we're now having them once a week. I use only 2 thick cut (an inch at least) chops, half of a boxed pork stuffing mix, and an entire can of low sodium beef stock (about 2 cups). I put a little salt, pepper and garlic powder on them inside and out before stuffing. Also, when I have time I brine the chops for a couple hours before stuffing (a little salt and sugar dissolved in a large bowl of water and let the chops soak). 15 minutes on each side simmering with the pan uncovered has worked perfectly for me. The stock reduces down quite a lot and any bits of stuffing that sneak out really do help to make it a gravy as other reviewers stated. I serve them with roasted rosemary potatoes. As the chops are so huge I can usually only finish half of one and they are just as good the next day.
I could not find thick pork chops, so my husband and I sandwiched the filling between two thin pork chops instead. We skewered them together with toothpicks and put more filling on the outside of the "sandwich" because we had so much filling left over. We also used chicken broth instead of beef broth as some of the reviewers suggested. Then we cooked it as specified, and it was wonderful! Thank you!
SUPERB!!!! The only thing I did different, was to add season salt and garlic powder to the bread crumb mixture, and while simmering, I threw some sherry in the pan along with the beef broth. Mouth watering good!
This dish is sooo delcious. I usually don't make pork chops b/c they are dry but these are so flavorful and moist. Like something you would get in a restaurant. I plan on making these for guests b/c it will impress them without being too hard for me. Add the end I added some flour and water to the juice to make a gravy and served it over egg noodles. Thanks
This was delicious. The only change I made was adding dried cranberries to stuffing mix. It went great served with garlic mashed potatoes. Will definately make this one again.
Very good. My only hesitation in giving 5 stars would be to first saute the onion to soften them a bit. The dish was a touch salty and I even used low sodium beef broth and only added 1/4 t. salt to the stuffing. Also, I didn't buy thick cut pork chops---but I should have. I had a difficult time creating the pocket in the regular cut chops--I just used more toothpicks. I added the remainder of the stuffing to the pan juices to thicken, but again, the onion would have been better if it had first been softened. I think with a few minor adjustments, next time I will definitely give 5 stars.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Stuffed Pork Chops III
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 201
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