Tomato Soup Pork Chops

I think I only had this maybe once in my life but it is inexpensive and easy to make. You can vary the ingredients which will make the recipe versitile and you could prepare this a least once a month if so inclinded. In today's environment pork chops are a healthy alternative to it's beef counterparts and less expensive. As with most of the recipes that you encounter on my site, this serves 2 but you can double for 4.


2 - 1/2 to 3/4 inch thick pork chops cover with seasoned flour(salt,red cayenne pepper). Brown lightly in bacon/sausage grease(I know,but it tastes better this way). Place chops in a baking dish(I prefere glass).


In a separate bowl put 1/2 can of Campbell's Tomato soup(or your choice), 6 ounces water, 1/4 chopped celery, 1/2 green pepper chopped, 1/2 cup minced onions, 1/2 teaspoon sea salt and 1/4 teaspoon paprika(hot or sweet).


Pour the ingredients from the bowl over the pork chops, cover the dish and bake for about 1 hour @ 350 degrees, 45 minutes of baking remove cover and top with your favorite corn flakes(lightly crushed).


This recipe is versitile because you can substitute different flavor soups, so what ever soup you like best, go for it! You can also add nuts into the mix to give it even more flavor.


There ya have it another fine recipe from www.successfulcookingfroma-z.com.

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Regular guy that enjoys cooking food as a hobby, although being single if I don't prepare my meals, who will? I like exotic foods and not afraid to try anything at least once. My motto is if you can eat it, then I can prepare it. Article writing is new to me and if I get real good at it, maybe I'll author my own book. Find my recipes at www.successfulcookingfroma-z.com.