"A great cold-weather dish that takes little prep time and yields tender chops." — chefjenwin
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pork chops (1/2 inch thick), trimmed
grated Parmesan cheese
Yukon Gold potatoes, thinly sliced
medium onions, sliced
I needed a recipe that could cook on it's own while I was at class. I tweaked this a bit and WOW! It's very easy and super delicious.
I used boneless pork loin. Browned in skillet. Layered the ingredients as instructed in a casserole dish. Deglazed skillet with beef broth and poured over potatoes and onions. Placed in a 300° oven for 2 hours covered with foil. The meat was fork tender and the sauce was to die for. Thanks for sharing.
I cooked this in an electric skillet, making 6 chops. I had to make about 6 times the potatoes(yukons are tiny) to fill the pan. On 1 side I made as instructed. The other side I flipped the ingredients, putting the onions & potatoes on the bottom. Here's the deal. The flour leaves a mushy coating on thbe chops no matter what you do. Kind of a turn off. Whatever is on the bottom of the pan gets ALL of the flavor. The potatoes on the bottom were especially awesome but on top, just blah. I actually threw out the chops that were on top. They were....not good. I would not make it again but I would maybe just cook potatoes this way. They were really a hit(those that were on the bottom).
OK, I saw this recipe this morning, thought about it all day and came home and made it. And it managed to live up to all that expectation! A couple of little tweaks and a twist: I coated the chops in cornstarch (as I'm gluten-free), browned them, moved them aside and then sauted the onions. Then I left the onions on the BOTTOM, put the chops back on, then the potatoes, which I sliced with a mandoline, so they were nice and thin. The whole thing was simply delicious, a perfect late fall hearty dish. Going right into heavy rotation. Thanks for it!
VERY, very good!! The smell coming from my kitchen was so wonderful that I could hardly wait to eat and I was not disappointed. I am always looking for new ways to make pork chops and am so glad I came across this recipe. I did a couple of things differently but overall followed the recipe as is. I used new red potatoes because that's what I had on hand. Next I sauteed the onions and mixed them with the potatoes for layering. I added paprika, garlic powder and salt/pepper to the flour and lastly I only used 2 boullion cubes as several others said it was too salty with three. It was perfect with only 2 so I will continue to fix it this way. Thank you for a delicious, easy, one-skillet meal!
This was fairly easy to make and quite tasty. I'm giving a 4 star just because I had to modify it. I only put 1 onion because 2 just seemed overpowering. I fried the pork chops, removed, added a bit of butter, then browned the onions slightly. I did the rest of the recipe as stated, but I did not put any salt and I replaced the beef granules by 1/2 salt beef concentrate. It was not salty at all and even my children liked it. My 7 year old who hates potatoes, liked the potates this way. Oh, and by the way, I used red potatoes, sliced with the peel on to get some extra vitamins! Thanks for the recipe, we'll be doing this one again!
this is simple and delicious. I use less boullion (2 cups) and bake in a 350 degree oven for 1 hour (pan covered.
This recipe was FABULOUS. Real stick to your ribs comfort food. I did a few things different, I only used one onion (it was pretty big) and sauteed it in a little butter first for flavor. I also opted to bake it in the oven, my pan didn't have a lid so I covered it with foil, baked for about 1/2 hour then baked uncovered for another 10-15 minutes. Definitely something I will make again, it was simple and easy. I will probably add some spices next time to play around.
My husband and I loved this. The potatoes were so creamy, and the pork chops were awesome. I added tarragon, thyme, oregano and garlic powder. It was a little salty, so next time I wont add any additonal salt. And make sure that you're using a very large skillet with a good fitting lid. My skillet was too small, so the grease that spattered onto the stove started a minor fire the next day when I used that burner;) This is definitely a keeper though!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Skillet Pork Chops with Potatoes and Onion
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 147
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