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Baked Pork Chops

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Easy and tasty is the way to go smile.gif

I use a corning ware cassorole dish with cover. Salt and pepper and brown chops at 350 for 30-45 min. Add one can cream of mushroom soup and one can of water for another 15-30 min or meat is tender when stuck with a fork and falling off the bone.


chops with dressing (like you have at Thanksgiving) in same dish at 350 60-90 min covered.


chops with sauerkruat etc.....speaking of sauerkraut ...I will post one for a hot dish.

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first i brown my chops in a skillet dont cook all the way through then when brown remove to a casarole dish on top of uncle bens wild rice and some onion and garlic instead of water for the rice i use heavey cream and mushroom soup bake at 350 till rice is creamy delious grin.gif

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These aren't baked, but they are awesome.

Creamy Slow Cooker Pork Chops (Good with skinless chicken pieces as well)

6 Center Cut Pork Chops ( or 1 whole cut up chicken, skin removed)

1/2 cup flour

Salt/pepper/garlic powder

3 tsp olive oil

1 can cream of mushroom soup

1 can cream of chicken soup

1 pkg. Lipton onion soup mix

1 cup beef broth

3 tbls creamy horseradish (optional)

3 tbls sour cream (optional)

2 4oz can of mushrooms

1. Mix salt, pepper and garlic powder into flour. Dredge pork chops in flour and brown in olive oil.

(If using chicken, no need for this step)

2. Mix remaining ingredients in large bowl. Layer sauce, chops, and sauce in crock pot and cook

for 7 - 8 hours or high for 5 hours.

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Just tried your recipe. It really turned out great. I love using the crock pot and am always looking for new recipes that are simple to make without all the exotic type ingredients that I have never heard about.

I plan on trying it again soon but will try it with boneless skinless chicken breasts.

By the way when I made it I added a little more broth, and when it was done spooned it over some pasta. --- Thanks for the recipe ---

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Moderation - I'm glad you liked it. Thanks for letting me know. One thing I should have mentioned in the recipe is that I usually add the sour cream and horseradish sauce right at end. Sauce is also good over garlic mashed potatos.

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