"Pork chops baked on a bed of creamed corn. Note: When baking, check chops and stir after 1 hour; thereafter check every 1/2 hour until they are done. Total baking time will vary slightly, depending on the size of the pork chops." — MBILLE
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2 (15 ounce) cans
salt and pepper to taste
This was an easy recipe, with very limited ingredients. I used only 2 chops and 1 can of corn for 2 people. I sprayed the bottom of a glass pie dish to prevent sticking. It worked perfectly. I also used a sprinkle or two of "seasonded salt" Great if you have other things to do while dinner is cooking. I served baked sweet potato with butter and brown suger.
This was just ok for us. The pork came out VERY tender and was delicious, but there was a strange flavor to the creamed corn. Hubby didn't like the corn on the pork and I wasn't too thrilled with the creamed corn. The corn was a little bit soupy and didn't stand up well. I ended up browning the pork just a minute on each side before baking in the oven, which reduced the cooking time by about 20 minutes. I don't know if this is something I will try again, but thank you for the post.
This isn't one of our favorites. It was just ok.
I have been making something like this for years, sometimes I use a can of whole potatoes, or southern style frozen potatoes as my first layer, chopped onion, garlic, pepper, then chops and cream corn, so very good.
It doesn't look like much, but mmmm...is it tasty! I only cook it for 40 minutes though, and pile some of the corn on top of the chops to keep them moist. My friend was shocked when she saw this recipe! She said this is how her mom used to make pork chops. Thanks!
I read the reviews first. so I played with the recipe a little. Added some spices that I like. The pork cooked a little unevenly. And the creammed corn was so runny looking that my hubby wouldnt touch any of it. I myself only ate the pork. On to my point, the pork was very very tender and juicy. I say it is a great way to make pork because so often pork gets really dry. Nexty time I make it I will cook in the corn and then throw the corn away before my hubby sees it. It really did look like a gloppy mess. I know he will like the tender pork the corn yields though.
This was ok tasting but kind of weird. It basically ended up tasting like pork chops with a side of creamed corn which is not necessarily a bad thing - but not something I would serve all the time!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Cream Corn Pork Chops
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 65
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