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Pork Chop Stuffing Bake

Pork Chop Stuffing Bake recipe
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Oh my yum. That's really all we can say about our juicy, saucy, cheesy stuffing-topped pork chops. OMY. You heard it here first.
15 min
40 min
6 servings
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I tweaked the ingredients a little to make it more flavorful. So it was tasty but the pork was tough when cooked according to recipe. I would have to do something different if I made it again.
Very good. Topping was great! I'm going to try with chicken next time.
I made a couple changes. I used pork Stove Top. I added some chopped carrots so it would have more veggies. Also, I made it more of a casserole by cutting my pork chops up into chunks first. That way we could scoop it out and not need knives when we were eating leftovers. I think next time, though, I will use gravy instead of soup. But it was delicious! Got big approval from my roommate.
This was easy and very tasty. I love one dish meals!
This was delicious! The only complaint was that there was too much onion. We used 5 HUGE thick pork chops, and cream of chicken instead of mushroom. The one large onion was too much, it was especially oniony when we reheated the leftovers. Next time (and there will definitely be a next time), I'd use half an onion.
Used chicken broth instead of water for stuffing prep. Added an extra layer of flavor. Also have to brown my butterfly chops longer. Adding the soup mixture deglazed the pan the the wonder browning flavor mixed with the sauce. Everyone had second helpings. Not that complicated to do!
I made this for my mother and she LOVED it!! I am 39 years old and I am always looking for recipes to serve mother that she's never had keep from getting stuck in a rut.....this recipe hit the spot!! My mother has even requested I make it for her AGAIN...tonight! Thank you for an awesome and delicious recipe that is a keeper!
This is delicious and so easy. I love that hint of thyme. I didn't brown these when I first made them, and they turned out fine. Also, sometimes I saute a little celery and onion and mix with the stuffing and the soup. I chop it fine.
Easy & very good for a quick dinner
Very good! I don't have an oven-proof skillet, and I'm too lazy to brown them then transfer them to a dish, so I just made them in a baking dish w/o browning them first. Still turned out great.

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