I always dis-like people who "massacre" recipes and then rate them so low (well duh! It's not like you're some awesome well known chef!), so having said that, I made it per the instructions and it's good (4 stars), but to make it 5 stars, here are my suggestions: Mix 2 tsp each garlic powder and oregano w/ 1 tsp crushed rosemary - rub this onto the pork chops, and do a quick sear in the oil. Use a GOOD brand of pasta sauce (ever hear the theory "buy cheap, get cheap"...well the same holds true in cooking!) I recommend Bertolli Fire roasted tomato sauce w/ cabernet sauvignon! Then to give the dish more depth, don't stick to regular diced tomatoes, I suggest Glen Muir fire roasted diced tomatoes. Instead of a normal bell pepper, I chose to go gourmet and bought fire-roasted red bell peppers...it was Absolutely phenomenal! Also, instead of your regular white mushrooms, swap those for the baby ports - it will give some rustic heartiness to this dish. Even though this dish has dry white wine, the flavours meld SO nicely! It's a fantastic dish! Oh, and make sure you are using fresh mozzarella, not that brick stuff!
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I always dis-like people who "massacre" recipes and then rate them so low (well duh! It's not...