Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Fix It Or Forget It Tuesday

Today's recipe/tip is really simple. I personally don't care for pork chops very much but, when made this way I actually like them. My family loved them when I first experimented with the dish so I have to say FIX IT!

Experimenting with our food is in my nature, especially when you are low on ingredients and not sure what to make for your family or when you are tired of the 'same ole, same ole' dishes that you normally create. Sometimes, they turn out great when other times it's a flop.

Melt in your mouth Pork Chops

First you need a large frying pan, one with a lid preferred. Add a little cooking oil to the bottom of the pan and turn your stove on medium heat. Brown each pork chop for 2-4 minutes on each side and remove from pan. Drain cooking oil from the pan and add 1-2 cans of cream of celery.

Now, this is what I do to make the cream of celery easier to mix and less chances of ruining your pan if it is non-stick. I use a large mixing bowl to mix the soup/water (I use condensed cream of celery soup) and once mixed well, I pour the soup mixture into the frying pan. Turn your heat down to low/simmer and add your pork chop into the soup mixture.

Sprinkle a little seasoning salt and black pepper and make sure your meat is covered by the soup mixture. Place the lid on the pan and simmer until the pork chops become tender. I have been simmering mine for apx. 1 hour until the pork chops fall apart! These seriously will melt in your mouth.

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask!


judyv12306 on May 31, 2009 at 12:09 PM said...

i love pork this recipe will work with cream of mushroom too.


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