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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:
35 min
total:
35 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
3/2/2009
Not a big hit with my family, I did not taste anything "french onion" about it. To much stove top. Very hard to clean the skillet after this was done. Not planning on making this again.
posted:
2/25/2009
Easy to make and very good. Fresh idea for dinner.
posted:
2/19/2009
This wins the trifecta: fast, easy and delicious! my husband, who doesn't get too excited about food in general, said "can you make this again next week"? I can do that!
posted:
2/10/2009
We have made this two times in the past month. We think it's pretty good. The first time we made it as the recipe states. The second time we used soy cause instead of worcestershire sauce and used pork stuffing instead of chicken stuffing. Both times were good.
posted:
2/5/2009
I omitted the stuffing since my family dosent care for it and substituted rice instead and it was very good.
posted:
2/4/2009
The pork chops definitely need to be marinated and seasoned prior to cooking. I also found it took longer to cook them and they were a little dry. I love onions, but this was nothing like French Onion Soup as the title implied. I have had better pork chop recipes.
posted:
2/3/2009
It was delicious!
posted:
2/3/2009
It was ok. Watch out not to dry out the pork chops. Not that impressive.
posted:
1/31/2009
I substituted a couple of things because I had to use what I had on hand when I decided to make this. (My husband bought stove top stuffing for "pork" instead of "chicken"; and I used pork steaks instead of pork chops). I think if I had used the chicken it would have had a better taste. The pork made it too strong or something. But, it was still good.
posted:
1/29/2009
Terrible! Looks really good, but wasn't!!!
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