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French Onion-Pork Chop Skillet

French Onion-Pork Chop Skillet recipe
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Served piping hot right out of the skillet, this dish with pork chops and golden brown sautéed onions is the embodiment of French country cuisine.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
25 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
11/30/2009
It was ok. For some reason I managed to burn the onions because they were on for way too long (maybe I had the heat up too high - who knows). And the stuffing seemed way too dry for just 1 1/2 cups of water.
posted:
11/19/2009
I only used 4 chops, 2 onions and pork stuffing and it was a great meal for two. I am sure this is over the serving size but our chops were small. Overall I am already telling people about this recipe and I can't wait to make it again. Not many ingredients, inexpensive and quick.
posted:
10/27/2009
I had trouble with the onion and pork chops sticking to the pan, even though it was non-stick and I used cooking spray. It also took longer than 10 minutes to fully cook the pork. Overall, relatively good recipe, nothing really amazing.
posted:
10/19/2009
Good food, ate way too much!
posted:
9/28/2009
This was pretty good, I made it because my husband says he refuses to eat pork and he gobbled this down, thinking it was "chicken" til I told him otherwise hehe. I added salt and pepper to the pork chops before i cooked them and added some chicken stock for a little more sauce and overall it was really good! Would def make this again
posted:
9/28/2009
This was so good. I usually don't like pork chops, but I could eat this meal all the time
posted:
9/20/2009
It is very fast, but a little boring. Needs to be perked up a bit, maybe some seasoning on the porkchops first.
posted:
9/15/2009
I have made this now several times. I love the flavor of the dish. I do use the pork-flavor StoveTop, because I think it's weird to mix meat flavors in a dish when you can avoid it. The Worcestershire sauce makes this dish. This is one of my favorite Kraft recipes. Good with roasted brussels sprouts.
posted:
9/15/2009
It was good, I ran out of Worstashire sauce and used garlic flavored terriyaki and it was good. My husband liked it and said I could make it again...LOL
posted:
8/26/2009
This was yummy! Our kids don't like onions, so only used 1, but it was still good.
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