"Saucy pork chops simmer in a creamy garlic and mushroom mixture, perfect over rice or couscous." — Campbell's Kitchen
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boneless pork chops, 3/4-inch thick
1 (10.75 ounce) can
Campbell's® Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup (Regular, 98% Fat Free or 25% Less Sodium)
hot cooked couscous or regular long-grain white rice
I just made this for dinner and it was delicious! I typically shy away from recipes with condensed soup in them because I don't like the richness/saltiness that it usually gives, but the sauce this recipe makes is so good, you can't even tell condensed soup was used. The only suggestion I have is to use two cans instead of one. One can just didn't seem to make quite enough sauce, but two would be perfect.
The pork chops were moist, but I thought they were a little too salty and a little bland (even with using the fat free / reduced sodium soup). My kids and husband didn't really like them either. We won't be making this dish again.
Delicious recipe and so easy! I didn't have milk but sumstituted with water and butter and the recipe was great. The one recommendation I would make is to increase the cream of mushroom soup to two cans. I used three pork chops and 2.5 cups of rice with one can of cream of mushroom soup and it was just right for my fiance and me. Therefore, with 4 cups of rice it may not be saucy enough. I seasoned the porkshops and added thinly slice onions to the garlic and pork chops. These were a great add if you like onions.
My only change was the addition of 8oz of sauteed fresh mushrooms. I always use 98% fat free COM soup, and it worked well in this recipe too. Great over brown rice.
I thought this was five stars with some alterations I made from other reviewers suggestions. I used 6 boneless pork chops, 2 cans of garlic mushroom soup, I used 3 large cloves of garlic, seasoned the chops with garlic powder and black pepper and added an 8 oz can of sliced mushroom and a big handful of fresh chives to the sauce. It was super yummy with rice and green beans. Lots of gravy, flavorful and tender.
Very good taste and simple dish to prepare. The kids loved it, I did add a dash more garlic than the original recipe called for.
Delicious recipe--I used more garlic than called for, and put it over mashed potatoes. Plus, you can't beat something that's cooked in one dish!
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