Monday, August 2, 2010

Ann's Pork Chops

This is another recipe of mine that is an old family stand by. My mom made these pork chops a lot of the years of my youth. This recipe comes from a dear neighbor who we lived next to for many years. I wonder if she still makes this recipe? Some of you might be thinking...oh...pork. Well, just remember pork is the "other white meat";) I love this recipe because it has few ingredients, which makes for quick and easy!

The hardest part of this recipe is the browning part. after that it is a breeze.

 Pork chops covered in yummy gravy, ready to hit the oven. Unfortunately, I was distracted and by the time I remembered to take an after picture, the pork chops were gone! They really are that good. 

Ann's Pork Chops
5-8 pork chops (loin chops if possible)
seasonings: I use season all, garlic salt and pepper.
one onion
1 can cream of mushroom soup
small amount of milk
kitchen bouquet (or any browning sauce)

-salt, pepper, season chops.  cook on stove top or broil until browned.
-Place in baking pan with sliced onion on top of each chop.
-in a small bowl make a gravy from soup, and kitchen bouquet and a small amount of milk.
-Pour gravy over chops. cover pan with foil and bake at 325 degrees for two or two and a half  hours.
*They should be fork tender. That is my favorite kind of pork chop. Enjoy! 


Kristy said...

These look so yummy.....we will try this one for sure!!!!

patsy said...

I'm making this today!

it looks so good

She Loves The Color Pink said...

I've had pork chops in the freezer with no idea what to do with them. I'm making them this week!