Recipe by Jennifer
"Delicious pork main dish to begin baking early before the guests arrive...sure to be a hit!"
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1 (8 ounce) jar
thick cut pork loin chops
8 thick slices
bacon, cut into strips
2 (10.75 ounce) cans
condensed cream of mushroom soup
My husbahnd and daughter love this moist, and tender pork chop recipe. Try adding one packet of onion soup mix to the sour cream mixture. Very yummy!!
This recipe was not a hit at Sunday dinner. Out of 6 of us no one liked it. I followed the recipe.
We loved this! I wrapped the bacon around the chops and placed it seam-side down over the beef (avoiding the use of toothpicks) and added some minced onion & garlic to the sour cream/soup mix. I think this recipe would be good w/out the dried beef too & its abscense might make it a little less salty. Unfortunately for us - I halved the recipe but since we were all fighting for the last chop = never again! Chops were fork tender (after 1.5 hrs baking) and I will use this recipe often! Thanks Jennifer!
We loved this. Hubby gave it 5 stars. He enjoyed the dried beef in this recipe. The sauce is great over rice.
It tasted great! I used a lasagna pan because my chops are farm fresh and huge, the sauce was excellent over rice. We had a guest that didn't like the looks (I thought the looks left a lot to be desired also) but he had seconds! We all really liked the taste, I'm going to try it on chicken breasts next.......yummy!
I gave this 4 stars only because after throwing a whole batch out, i figure out to pre-cook the bacon a little before wrapping it around the chops. We do not like flimsy bacon. I also left out the beef. Other than that, it was pretty good.
I did not find this to be a hit either. As others have said, it does not look very good and our chops turned out to be dry. I think next time we will be grilling.
Surprisingly, bc I don't like cream of soups and mushrooms, I thought this was okay. I did make a few changes, though--used turkey bacon, and more of it (three for each chop) and left out the dried beef since I didnt' have any. This took forever to cook--I've never made any meat on 275 degrees in my oven! It took about 1 hour and 45 min, but every oven is different. It is a low temp, though, so I wonder about the comments that it was dry. I was hoping it'd be done at an hour, but no such luck. This is quite salty, even without the dried beef, so it'd probably be way too salty with the dried beef. I also think it needs a bit more flavor--some garlic, maybe some pepper and other seasonings. I added garlic to the cream of soup mixture but it wasn't quite enough for me. Bf liked this as well. I wouldn't make it very often bc of how heavy it is (I barely ate any dinner since I had this for lunch), but when bf starts making noises about cream of mushroom soup being a nice change I suppose I could try this one again. Thanks for the recipe.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/7 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 7
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 370
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