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Pork Chop/Sliced Onion/Golden Mushroom Soup Recipe....posted by?

Started 1358732046.173 in Recipe Swap | Last reply 1363283032.85 by bigkat

I think I got this recipe here but I can't find it posted. I wanted to let poster know I tried the recipe and it was verrrrry good!

2-4 pork chops.....put in baking dish, top with sliced sweet onion, then Golden Mushroom Soup on that.....cover and bake at 350 for 1 hour.

DH and I really liked it......a keeper...especially since it works well for us with 2 pork chops( I used 2 bone-in center cut chops)...very easy!

Thank you to whoever posted it!

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bamberkat131358734702.4431112 PostsRegistered 3/5/2007Southwest

My grandmother made this dish once a week going back to the early 60's, only she would brown the pork chops and then slice potatoes, onions in the same pan and cover with cream of mushroom soup and simmer for about an hour.........to die for good!

The recipe above seems quite easy and I will try that next week! Thanks for posting it and to whomever posted it originally! :)

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mustang66l­ady1358740491.363658 PostsRegistered 1/8/2008Greater St. Louis area

Hi

Walker,

I think that may have been me if this is the recipe you are refering to; http://community.qvc.com/forums/recipe/topic/321290/pork-the-new-chicken.aspx

If so, then I am happy you and DH enjoyed it. It sure makes the house smell good, doesn't it and smells and tastes like you fussed a lot. Have a great evening and stay warm! {#emotions_dlg.rolleyes}

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walker1358773463.6833386 PostsRegistered 5/6/2005

Mustang66lady........yes, thanks for responding, it was your post and a good one!!!! I reread it.....guess I missed the brown the chops part and I did not...still turned out great....next time I may try putting sliced potatoes in dish also.

To others reading this, if you haven't tried this dinner dish....give it a try and I think (if you like pork chops) you will like it.

bigkat1358776654.7633662 PostsRegistered 2/4/2010West Michigan

Thanks for the reminder, I know I made this too. It was very good, I did put potatoes in it.

Desertdi1358777840.9214720 PostsRegistered 7/14/2007Surface of the Sun

That's a Campbell's Soup recipe from decades ago. (You can also include a slice of lemon over the slice of onion)

mustang66l­ady1358782112.69658 PostsRegistered 1/8/2008Greater St. Louis area

Walker- Thank you for your kind remarks; I am happy you and your DH enjoyed this dish!

bigkat and Desertdi - originally, my Mom made this recipe years (decades -{#emotions_dlg.scared}yes!) ago. She would place a layer of sliced potatoes, then a layer of sliced or diced onions, dot with butter and season with pepper (no salt as the soup is salty enough), then repeat this once. She would brown the chops and cover with the golden mushroom soup, cover with foil and bake. I left the potatoes out as we don't eat them often here anymore.

Not a diet dish, but a comfort food. Chops always come out fork tender, house smells like a home, and if you choose to add the potatoes and serve with a salad and crusty rolls, you have an easy dinner. I know some fix this with the cream of mushroom soup, but there is something about the golden mushroom and pork that just go together so well. Have used the golden mushroom soup over pork roast in the crock pot too, with delicious results!

Hope you all enjoy!

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walker1358794475.8973386 PostsRegistered 5/6/2005

Note to anyone that wants to make this......I missed the part about browning the pork chops so you might want to do that. I did not and it was fine though.

gkelly57441358797321.372198 PostsRegistered 4/22/2010
On 1/20/2013 bamberkat13 said:

My grandmother made this dish once a week going back to the early 60's, only she would brown the pork chops and then slice potatoes, onions in the same pan and cover with cream of mushroom soup and simmer for about an hour.........to die for good!

The recipe above seems quite easy and I will try that next week! Thanks for posting it and to whomever posted it originally! :)

Had this growing up like you with the added sliced potatoes!! I always looked forward to having this dish!!

debcakes1358799831.5071655 PostsRegistered 11/18/2006

I have the same recipe for microwave and it also has rice. Very good.

mustang66l­ady1358808452.38658 PostsRegistered 1/8/2008Greater St. Louis area

walker - I have been thinking about this. I don't know if it was just my Mom being afraid the meat would not be cooked thru if she did not brown the chops first, so just did it out of precaution, or not. I don't know if it really adds anything to the recipe or not. I have always browned them because she did, but if your dish turned out fine without it, I don't see the need to dirty another pan just to brown them. Maybe if the chops were thicker, it may reduce baking time by browning first, but like the rest of this recipe, it is not so much about exact measurements, it is about eyeballing and using the amount of ingredients needed to feed your family. If the chops are thick, I think I would go ahead and brown them; if they are thinner, I may not. I don't think you lost a thing by not browning the chops first. Smile

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Tuskney1358808898.817848 PostsRegistered 3/1/2011

I don't add sliced potato's, I serve this with mashed potatoes. The soup makes a nice gravy.

walker1358817757.7133386 PostsRegistered 5/6/2005

Mustang66lady..good point on browning of the chops. And, Tuskney....good point about the gravy......I did make mashed potatoes and it was nice to have that gravy on top. I guess if I used the sliced potatoes then I would put gravy over them. But, there is nothing like good ol' mashed potatoes!!!! This is a real comfort dish! I can't wait to fix it again.

mustang66l­ady1358821346.823658 PostsRegistered 1/8/2008Greater St. Louis area

walker - If you put sliced potatoes and onions under the pork chops, then cover the chops with the soup, it melts down thru the potatoes. Sometimes my Mom would even dot the potatoes with a little butter ( I do, too), but I think that too may be a judgement call unless she thought it added to the flavor of the onions. The potatoes will have the soup thru them, and really don't need anything else added to them.

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Rocker1358823451.61595 PostsRegistered 5/3/2007Nashville, TN
This sounds good Thanks

mustang66l­ady1358825152.353658 PostsRegistered 1/8/2008Greater St. Louis area

Rocker - You are most welcome. It is good and easy, too. Hope you and yours enjoy it if you make this. Smile

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birkin baby1358825797.53996 PostsRegistered 1/20/2011

{#emotions_dlg.wub}I love this recipe.It is a huge taste bang for little effort....it is just so good!

miata11359159874.873225 PostsRegistered 6/20/2010

When I saw this recipe, I wanted to make it but we had just had pork chops the night before so i used thin sliced chicken breast instead. I cut up the chicken into pieces and sliced an onion and added the golden mushroom soup. We put it over rice and it was a hit. I will definitely do that again, and I will try it with the pork chops too.

Thank you for the good recipe. I am always looking for new recipes to try and there have been several successes since dropping in on this recipe swap.

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mustang66l­ady1359170078.88658 PostsRegistered 1/8/2008Greater St. Louis area

birkin baby - Yes, not only is this easy, but full of flavor, too. Thank you for taking time to share your comment. {#emotions_dlg.rolleyes}

miata - Thank you for sharing your version of this recipe. I have to admit, I never thought of making it with chicken. I think years ago, I did try in with hamburger patties instead of pork chops, but didn't care for the golden mushroom soup with the beef. I think it would have been better with cream of mushroom. But then, that was years ago and tastes change thru the years - I might like it that way now! One thing for sure, I will have to give chicken a chance now! {#emotions_dlg.w00t}

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Ladybug7241359476983.044368 PostsRegistered 11/13/2007

I'm making this recipe tonite! I can't wait. I have to say that golden mushroom soup was not as readily available as cream of mushroom--I had to go to a couple of stores to finally find it

mustang66l­ady1359491158.27658 PostsRegistered 1/8/2008Greater St. Louis area

Ladybug724 - I do hope you and your family enjoy this tonight. It is very rich and it is comforting - not something you will splurge on every night or maybe every week, but a good, quick go to meal that comes together fast. I am sure your house smells great with this in the oven! I am sorry you had difficulty finding the soup; I remember Mom having problems finding it on occasion, too, but I do not seem to have problems anymore locating it. Please let me know if you liked it or not-either way I would like to know. Smile

We are getting ready for bad storms and possible tornados here tonight. If we have downed power lines, I may not see your response right away, but will be looking forward to seeing first chance!

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Ladybug7241359495494.784368 PostsRegistered 11/13/2007

Mustang66lady--please stay safe! Tornadoes this time of year is odd I think. Such weird weather for January! It's really warm here too in Ohio. I like snow in winter. I will definitely let you know how the family likes the pork chops, I'm about to brown the chops right now. Be safe!!Smile

neptunes_g­irl1359497654.89751 PostsRegistered 6/27/2010

Will sound dumb but do you dilute the soup when you make this dish? Would like to make it for BF so its important to make it correctly. Thanks.

walker1359497826.1233386 PostsRegistered 5/6/2005

No, you do not dilute the soup. I give the credit here to mustang66lady for orignially posting this recipe......YUM! I also did not brown my chops because I missed that part when making the recipe and it still turned out good....probably best to brown chops though.

neptunes_g­irl1359498678.67751 PostsRegistered 6/27/2010

Thanks for the info !!{#emotions_dlg.biggrin}

JYWilliams1359499989.273041 PostsRegistered 10/7/2009Kentucky "The Blue Grass State"

Thanks for posting because I have never tried pork chops this way. I already have all the ingredients except the onions.

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