"Very easy, tender pork chops baked with onions, mushrooms and stewed tomatoes. This is a GREAT hit with my family and the chops will melt in the mouth!!" — Lisa
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thick cut boneless pork chops
salt and pepper to taste
fresh mushrooms, sliced
1 (14 ounce) can
stewed tomatoes, with juice
I just made this dish and I followed one of the other reviews by browning the chops first, then I sauteed the onions, mushrooms and added garlic. I did continue to use the stewed tomatoes and bake the dish for about 40 minutes. The dish was so tender and tasteful.My daughter who is always on a diet went for more. The sauce over rice was really good. You must cover the dish with foil to keep the chops tender. I will make this dish again.
Nope. I am sorry to say this recipe needs help.
Lots of it. The 90 minute cooking time
essentially boiled the chops to death. We
tossed it all in the trash.Maybe cutting the cooking time down
would help but, somehow, I doubt it.
This was not very good. Pork chops were very tough as they virtually boil in the liquid (and I bought very GOOD quality chops from the butcher). Ingredients do not add desirable or complimentary flavors to pork. I wouldn't recommend this recipe, or make it again. Edible, but that's it.
This is an excellent recipe IF you use a cut like pork steaks or bone-in pork chops AND lower the oven temp to between 275 and 325. These benefit from the long cook time on a low setting. However, a high quality cut like boneless pork loin chops will only get overdone and tough.
I think there is a typo in the baking time. 1 1/2 hours will burn your dinner!
The tomato sauce this recipe made was good, especially over rice, the only problem was that the sauce didn't soak into the pork real well. It was very fast to prep.
The recipe isn't bad, but needs some changes. It's better to brown the chops in a fry pan. Add the onion while browning. Then put it into a baking pan if you really want to bake them, but there's no need. Just add the remaining ingredients to the fry pan and cook just until the chops are done, certainly not and hour and a half. Good with mashed potatoes and salad, as well as good, garlicky bread.
I tried this recipe last night and it was wonderful. I did make one minor change though. I added shredded asiago/romano cheese to the top which seemed to finish it off quite nicely. I'd definitely make it again!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pork Chops with Stewed Tomatoes
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 38
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