Old Faithful (Pork Chops)

Old Faithful (Pork Chops)

35 reviews, 4.6 star(s). 100% would make again

Ready in 45 minutes

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4 medium Pork Chops
6 tablespoons Raw rice
1 14.5-oz can chicken broth
1 medium Onion; sliced
2 medium Tomatoes; sliced
1/2 Green pepper; cut in rings
salt and pepper; to taste

Original recipe makes 4 Servings



Pre-heat oven to 350-F degrees and lightly grease a covered casserole dish in which the pork chops will fit well; set aside. Brown both sides of the pork chops in a skillet over medium-high heat. Place the raw rice on the bottom of a lightly greased casserole dish. Place the browned pork chops on top of the raw rice. Top the pork chops with slices of onion, tomato, and green pepper. Season to taste with salt and pepper, then pour the chicken broth over the contents of the casserole dish.

Cover and bake for 1 hour, and serve warm.

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Old Faithful Pork Chops; bright and delicious!!

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Tasty and easy. I added 3/4 cup basmati rice, which seemed about right. I also seasoned the pork with Lawry's, which gave it good flavor.
ckdixon 1y ago

Very good and very easy to put together! I used canned tomatoes and added green chile for some spice.
Valerie411 1y ago

I made a few changes, but this was a great base recipe. I used wild rice with some pignoli (pine) nuts added to it, and also used a lot of it to serve as a side dish. I also heavily seasoned the pork chops before browning them, and included sliced mushrooms with the juice to the dish as well as red bell pepper in addition to the green called for in the recipe. I didn't want the rice to get overcooked, so I checked it in 30 minutes and the pork was done and I had al dente rice. I served it with some garlic & cheese drop biscuits and the whole family loved it. I added a photo of my results.
L48Shark 2y ago

Vey easy. The chops were moist and tender. Definitely one of my favorite pork cop recipes,
actucci 2y ago

I too added more rice and am glad I did.... it was sooo good! This would be great with chicken too!
aliciaburgessjones 3y ago

Hubby absolutely loved this !
darren-janicerowe 3y ago

I made this yesterday and it was excellent. As he ate hubby kept repeating "I love the rice." The pork chops were a little over done so I'll shorten the cooking time next time I make it,which I'm sure will be very soon.
Sue953 3y ago

cobhbhoy 3y ago

I made this using a frozen vegetable mix of red peppers, onion, broccoli, and mushroom because the grocer's peppers were awful last week. I used fresh tomatoes on top of the canned ones. I used a short grained rice and doubled the rice amount and liquid. The flavor and texture of the rice was amazing. I will definitely make this again, and hopefully with the called-for ingredients. Even with the veggie shortcut, I would and will make it again. Thanks!
brattycake 3y ago

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