Original recipe yields 8 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
I've tried this recipe on beef, but never once thought of pork! I was looking for a tasty way to fix the same old chops and this fit the bill. I like this method better on the pork chops. My kid...
This recipe is quite bland, I suggest when preparing the soup back off on some of the water
pork was good, tender but potatoes took longer than pork to cook. Potatoes were tasty when I eliminated the juice from the pork after it was done and then broiled them to make them crispy. But...
Very good and easy. Next time I will try just 3 cups of water with the soup mix though. I did have to remove the chops and cook the potatoes about 15 minutes longer.
We love pork chops, potatoes and onion soup, but this recipe was just OK. The leftovers are in the freezer... and we aren't in any rush to take them out.
I suppose on a frigid winter's day this would be the perfect dish but on a warm summer day...it's just lacking. It's super easy to do if that's your first concern. But it really needs something ...
This was okay, I used pepper, garlic powder and some other seasonings. This actually tasted better the next day.
A little on the bland side but the pork chops were so moist and juicy it wasn't a problem to season them at the table. A snap to throw together, the only problem was it ended up having to bake f...