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Smothered pork chops prepaired in a casserole or crock pot. Very easy and delish.
"Yummy! I am not a pork eater but my fiance is. When I made this he raved so much about it that I tried some. Let's just say I will be making a larger portion of this next time. I only used one can each of cream of chicken and cream of mushroom both of the low fat low sodium variety. I skipped the dry mustard and instead drenched the chops in liquid kind used for hot dogs and burgers before dipping them in the flour mixture. The gravy turned out nice and thick."- ijackson
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Combine flour, mustard, garlic and salt. Dredge chops in flour mixture. Brown in oil over medium high heat. Remove chops to a casserole or crock pot. Combine the soups, water, mushrooms and remaining flour mixture in a bowl. Pour over pork chops. Bake covered in a 350 oven for 1 to 1 1/2 hours. OR Cook for 6 to 8 hours on low in the crock pot.
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julesd25 4 weeks agoDelicious. Can't wait to try it in the crock pot.
sarahanaruk 3 months agoMade this in the crock pot and served it with mashed potatoes. The whole family loved it!
Thunderpuss1974 5 months agoI flipping love this. I'm eating it right now. I did the crock pot version and my only change was I added a bit more water cause I was leaving for midnight shift and was paranoid it'd go dry. I left it in for 12+ hrs till I got home. The chops fell apart (I used thicker chops) and I poured it all over rice. Delicious.
mrsrah 5 months ago
paulavaskeroeterdink 6 months agoStill my favorite pork chop recipe. It was an instant classic. I did the oven version with one can of soup. Always turns out yummy and tender.
Kicia731 8 months agoExcellent crock pot method for pork chops! I was a bit nervous that they would be dry or lack flavor, but they were GREAT! Thanks for sharing this recipe!
ksstavros 10 months ago
ksstavros 10 months ago
Stewdebaker 10 months agoMaybe it was the brand of Cream of Chicken soup I used in this (Walmart), but this was horrible. I made the crock pot version.
Valerie411 11 month agoUsed the crockpot and cooked a bit longer than the 10 hours. The sauce ended up being really thick. Will try again and use the oven or stay under the 10 hrs.
Quinnh 1 year agoThis is the ONLY way I like pork chops, not dry at all and the entire family loved them. Immediately added to my favorites!!
Tracyllia 1 year agoVery yummy. I also used one can of Cream of Mushroom, and one can of Cream of Chicken. Thanks for sharing!
taylermmerrill 1 year agoI had a cold so I couldn't taste anything but my hubby to be and his buddy's LOVED it, so I guess I'll be making it more often now!!!
ijackson 1 year agoYummy! I am not a pork eater but my fiance is. When I made this he raved so much about it that I tried some. Let's just say I will be making a larger portion of this next time. I only used one can each of cream of chicken and cream of mushroom both of the low fat low sodium variety. I skipped the dry mustard and instead drenched the chops in liquid kind used for hot dogs and burgers before dipping them in the flour mixture. The gravy turned out nice and thick.
shandaverhagen 1 year agoI thought these were good except i would rather had the gravy be thicker than how thin it was...my kids and my husband loved it so that's why i would make it again :) any suggestions on how i could make the gravy thicker?? :)
tasha26 1 year ago
adrienne81 1 year agoThis was VERY good!!! I used only one can of cream of chicken and one can of cream of mushroom and it turned out perfect. I finished it in the crock pot on high for two hours. This was so good and I'll definitely be making again!!
JRUNNION 1 year agoVery good. I used one can of cream of chicken and one can of golden mushroom.
paulavaskeroeterdink 1 year agoStill awesome. I only used 2 cans of cream of chicken.
Ange325 1 year agoVery good, I use only one can of each soups and baked only for 45 mins.