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Thread: Pork Chops in creamy sauce

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    Join Date
    May 2001
    ottawa, ontario, Canada


    This is comfort food.

    CP Pork Chops in Creamy Sauce

    4 pork chops, lean, loin 2oz each = 12 points
    1 cup fresh, sliced mushrooms= 0 points
    1 cup chopped spanish onion= 1 point
    1 can Campbells Half Fat Cr.of Mushroom Soup =3 points
    Onion Soup Mix, 2 TBSP, =1 point
    4 lrg new potatoes, sliced = 12 points
    Layer potatoes on bottem, then onions, then chops. Sprinkle with onion soup mix. Layer mushrooms on top, the top with the cream soup. Cook on low for 8 hrs.
    4 servings = 7.5 points per serving
    I threw this in the CP yesterday and really enjoyed it, reminded me of my Grandmothers comfort food [img]smile.gif[/img]

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    That sounds just too good!

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    Oh No - One more thing to add to the grocery list for tomorrow. Pork Chops. I better sign off of this site before I have more recipes than I can handle this week.

    This recipe looks great. There are so many great cooks here.

    I am a real sucker for those crock pot recipes. Can't get enough of them.

    I will come back to post, after I make it, to let you know how we all liked it.

    Thanks - Dawna
    "I don't know the key to success, but the key to failure is to try to please everyone". - Bill Cosby

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    The pork chops are cooking as I write this. It sure looks good. I have a baby "crockette" cooking also. I have something new I am trying for dessert in there. I am calling it "blueberry compote".
    It's just a little dessert, ww-style, of course. If it comes out good, I will come back tonight to post.

    I will come back anyway to let you know how we all liked the pork chops. I have a feeling that's going to be a real keeper.
    "I don't know the key to success, but the key to failure is to try to please everyone". - Bill Cosby

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    Well my family loved this. You're right, it is a real comfort food.

    Now my blueberry compote was a whole other story. I liked it, but no one else did.

    later - Dawna
    "I don't know the key to success, but the key to failure is to try to please everyone". - Bill Cosby

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    Join Date
    May 2001
    ottawa, ontario, Canada


    Thankyou for your nice comments I love to think up new recipes, especially the ones where you only dirty one pot!

    How did the blueberry dessert turn out? I haven't got a baby CP, and I have wondered what you would make in one. Please let me know.

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    Join Date
    May 2001
    Spokane, Washington


    We made this tonight, and it's really good! My two-year-old just devours it!
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    Join Date
    Jan 2002
    Calgary, Alberta


    Made this for dinner tonight and it was a hit [img]graemlins/thumbup.gif[/img] . I've made a similar recipe to this in the oven, but it's been so hot here, I didn't want to use the stove. The crockpot didn't throw off nearly as much heat and it was nice to have a "one dish" meal.

    Thanks for posting.

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    Pat, Thank you for reminding me of this one. I am going to make it this week.

    You're a peach!

    "I don't know the key to success, but the key to failure is to try to please everyone". - Bill Cosby

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    I threw this together this morning and am eating it as I type. Yum! I love the combo of ingredients (well, except the onion...I left that out )!

    I did have one problem, though - Everything around the edge burned to a crisp! I used my large crockpot, which gets pretty hot even on low. That could have something to do with it. Also, even though I doubled the ingredients, it was only half-way full...maybe that's why the edges scorched. Next time (and there will be a next time!) I'm going to use my smaller crock pot.


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    WCFD52 Guest


    I don't know how I missed this one before, but the ingredients are on my list for today . Looks great ~ Thanks for another yummy recipe.

    Shannon [img]graemlins/bcbsalute.gif[/img]

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    This sounds great, however I am going to have to change some stuff around so everyone in my house will eat it (no mushrooms, or onions, I can cook some for me on the side, however I know I will lose some flavor, I need to get a smaller cp so I can fix this problem)! I will have to do this in a week or two. I will leave my outcome here! Thanks for the idea! [img]graemlins/wave.gif[/img]

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    I made this on Monday and really enjoyed it. My chops came out a little dry, but I think I had them cooking closer to 8.5-9 hrs. LOVED the potatoes!! Next time I may just do the potatoes or maybe substitute stew meat for the pork chops.

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    Join Date
    Oct 2002
    Kingston, Ontario, Canada


    Made this recipe today. It was wonderful!!! My Husband wants more CP recipes. I just need help with a couple of points. Half Fat Cr. of Mushroom Soup appears to have more points in Canada - why - does anyone know?? Also HOW do you get 2 oz pork chops. When mine were cooked they weighed 5 and 6 oz. This sure changed the points per serving. Can someone out there help with this.




    [ September 22, 2003, 07:10 AM: Message edited by: thinwomen ]

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    Boy this sounds great! I have been trying more and more to use my Crock pot just for convinence factor, and I LOVE pork chops! I can't wait to try this!

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    I'm gonna make this for sunday dinner.

    I am gonna substitute onion powder for the soup mix since i am on a low sodium diet.
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    Tina_30 Guest


    I've made this several times and it is SO good, my husband LOVES it. It truly is easy and takes just minutes to prepare, I get it ready the night before so I only have to take it out of the fridge and turn it on - saves so much time and its like eating restaurant food, I love how tender the pork is, I love it more than grilled chops now, it just falls off the bone. I don't eat onions but I put them on the bottom and they add flavor and I just don't put them on my plate. I use those whole mini mushrooms you can buy in a jar and they are soooo good too - definately one of my favorite dishes.

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    I am new to crockpot cooking. I followed the directions and felt the pork was a bit dry. I see from the other posts a couple other people experienced that. I don't know if a shorter cooking time would help but I probably won't try it again because I don't want to accidentally undercook pork!
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    Made this..................DH and kids loved it.....too good!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Join Date
    Jan 2005
    Chesire, England

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    I made this today and it was delicious.

    Being English and not quite understanding some of the ingredients, i made some changes , but then i always do that anyway.

    I had no idea what the onion soup mix was so i replaced it with a tin of french onion soup which i knew would also make it wetter as some people had complained that it was too dry.

    I also substituted the chopped onions for little baby onions (shallots) and i finished by adding some sage, for that extra flavour.

    I cooked it slowly all day in the oven as i dont have a crockpot~it was beautiful and everyone wants to know when i will be making it again

    Thanks for sharing the recipe
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    Bumping this up! I made it tonight and both DH and I loved it. I served it with some saurkraut! YUM!
    :bcbsalute MT

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    metalchick Guest

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    NOW i know what to do with those pork chops in my freezer! this is next on my list to make.

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    Join Date
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    Calgary, Alberta

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    ** Bumping this up again ** It REALLY is GOOD !!!
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    Sisse Guest

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    This is so good! Total comfort food! Thanks for the great recipe!

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