Alright,evil cook that I am I of course made alterations I am rating 4 stars for that reason. I seasoned 2 - 1 inch bone in center cut chops with onion powder, garlic powder and seasoning salt,regular s & p, beat two eggs Dredged the chops in flour, dipped in the eggs and then in a mixture of seasoned breadcrumbs mixed with panko
Fried the chops in 1 inch of canola and 4 turns of olive oil Sliced 1/3 of a sweet vidalia onion, 8 oz of fresh mushrooms (canned,ew) and chopped 2-3 cloves of garlic and sauteed til caramelized
Chops baking away at 350 I get out 2 cans of cr. of mushroom soup, poured in whole milk to the consistency I prefer, then added some white wine. Seasoned the sauce with some s&p, added the sauteed veggies
At 25 minutes I decided against my better judgement that I would add the sauce However, I only spooned on about 1/3 cup to each chop, with a hefty amount of the mushrooms and onions. Decided I didn't want to drown the chops. Cooked another 20 minutes
OK SEASON SEASON SEASON! I used more than the original recipe called for on only two chops I added salt and pepper, garlic, onions, fresh mushrooms, and it just lacked that finish!
I would add 10 - 15 minutes to the cooking time, perhaps 35 then add sauce and cook an additional 15 or a bit more. These were moist and tender, my only complaint is with the breading, you need to season like crazy, the gravy/sauce as written would be like a paste without what I added and still that was not enough.
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Alright,evil cook that I am I of course made alterations I am rating 4 stars for that reason....