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    Pork chop and potato casserole

    Serving -4
    Estimated POINTS per serving - 7
    Course Main Meals

    Ingredients

    1 can Campbell’s healthy request cream of mushroom soup ...
    4 -3 oz lean pork chops 2 med. potatoes
    1/2 c. skim milk
    1 small onion

    Instructions

    Brown pork chops and sliced onion in Pam. peel and slice potatoes.
    Spray a 9 by 13 pan with Pam and arrange potatoes in a single layer. In
    A small bowl mix milk and soup. Pour over potatoes then put pork chop
    And onion on top. Top with salt pepper and garlic salt. Cover pan tightly
    With foil and cook for 1 1/2 hrs at 325. .
    Special Notes
    If the pork chops are thicker sometimes I will bake this dish 2 hrs. It is
    Devine. I usually serve with broccoli and light Velveeta.
    Starting weight:<br /><br />Week 1# 11/6 /03 weighted 235.8 <br />Week 5# 12/2/03 231 <br />Week 6# 12/11/03 231<br />Week 7# 12/18/03 231<br />Week 8# 12/25/03 no meeting!<br />Week 9# 1/1/04 no meeting!<br />Week 10# <br /><br /><br /> A Fridge Picker Wears Big Sneakers !

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    You have posted a lot of great sounding recipes, I can't wait to try them. I'm cooking impaired [img]odear.gif[/img] but these all seem easy enough that I am going to try them!

    Thank you so much for posting the recipes!!! [img]graemlins/thumbup.gif[/img]
    Have a great one!
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    mmmmm..sounds good, going to have to try it out...I wonder if you can do the same thing in the crock pot?? and if it will taste the same..
    thanks alot for the recipe..
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    Yummy! I love pork chops! I'm going to try this one this weekend!

    Thanks [img]graemlins/wave.gif[/img] barb
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    Ok I made this tonight. It was not bad. However I speeded up the process.

    I used lean pork top sirloin cutlets(thin/no bones). I microwaved the potaotes after slicing for about 5 minutes. I baked at 425 as everything was already cooked. It gives you a decent serving.

    I used Campbels 98% fat free cream of mushroom. My servings broke down to 6 as I had 6 cutlets. When I ran it through WW recipe builder it came out to 5.5 points.

    pork 6 at 4 points each=24 points
    soup 10 3/4oz =2 points
    1/2c skim= 2 points
    potato =6
    onions=0

    34 points for 6 servings..which comes out to 5.6 about(ww rounds down to 5.5)

    This is a nice winter meal.
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    My family loved this me too! Easy to prepare and no clean up I put in all in a foil bag. This is one I will use again [img]graemlins/bcbsalute.gif[/img]

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    I made this the other night and we loved it! Thanks. [img]smile.gif[/img]

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