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"Outstanding! I added salt, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. Easy to make with ingredients I always have on hand!"
Jun 28, 2012 on Food.com
"Delicious! Omitted the jalapenos to keep it toddler-friendly, and used canned corn instead of frozen. Turned out beautifully! Garnished with sour cream, guacamole, chopped cilantro and a squeeze of lime. Easy nutritious meal."
Sep 19, 2011 on Food.com
"Really excellent recipe. I didn't have any shortening, so I used a combination of canola and EVOO for the frying. I seasoned with an all-purpose seasoning instead of the salt and pepper. I also did not add the leftover oil from the pan to the chops as they were baking, and the result was still awesome--so tender and juicy! Thanks for this grea..."
Oct 16, 2009 on Food.com
"Tasty way to prepare pork chops! Used 1 huge walla walla onion, no mushrooms, and subbed whole milk for the cream. Also added extra s/p and garlic powder to the gravy. I needed to use a cornstarch slurry at the end to thicken. Super easy recipe. Chops turned out extremely tender, and the gravy was delicious over whole wheat biscuits."
Oct 3, 2008 on Food.com
"This dish was excellent! Even I thought it was great, and I'm NEVER impressed with anything I make. Husband really liked it, too. Even the 2 y.o. had a few bites! Served with saffron rice (packaged and roasted green beans...a lovely, balanced meal. No green onion in the fridge, so subbed 1/4 chopped sweet onion. Thank you, Mirj, for this ke..."
Sep 30, 2008 on Food.com