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Quick-Stuff Pork Chops

Quick-Stuff Pork Chops

"I WAS creating recipes to teach pork cookery to high school classes when I discovered this pan-grill method of preparing meat. The results are tender and juicy. This 15-minute entree is just right for a busy cook - it's delicious, and the portions are perfect for two people. -Katie Koziolek, Hartland, Minnesota"
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20 m servings
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  1. Combine thyme, sage, salt and pepper; sprinkle on both sides of pork chops. In a skillet, cook chops in butter for about 5-6 minutes on each side or until juices run clear. Transfer to a serving platter and keep warm. In the pan drippings, saute celery, onion and carrot over medium heat until tender. stir in broth and stuffing; heat through. Spoon over chops; serve immediately.

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This recipe is really easy and quite tasty. It was convenient to have the stuffing include a serving of vegetables. I added more than the recommended amounts of carrots, celery, and onion. I ...

The first time I made this according to the recipe, and it was very salty even though I used reduced sodium broth. Maybe it's the stuffing I use. The next time I made it, omitting the salt entir...

This was a huge hit with my entire family. I used cornbread stuffing (that's what I had) which was delicious. I also finely chopped the carrots as well as all of the other veggies with my vegeta...

This was soooooo good. Love the way the chops turned out and it was full of flavor. I added fresh sliced mushrooms to the sauteed celery and onions. I think I will try cornbread stuffing as a...

This one's a keeper. I scaled it up to 4 servings to match what I had in the house and used Stovetop Turkey Stuffing. Took a little longer than expected, but that could be just me. Very flavorfu...

As is, it is a meal. I added a desert, and toasted french bread. Enjoyed this and froze half for later.

Tasty pork chops. I added some extra veggies.

it was delicious id eat it every nite

soo fast and easy I just chopped the veggies while the pork chops were cooking and added a few min to the cooking time to be sure it was cooked through. I didn't have broth so i used 1/2 a bouil...

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