Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Retro Saucy Pork Chops


I feel so retro everytime I make these pork chops. I almost feel as if June Cleaver from "Leave it to Beaver" is going to walk into my kitchen.  I imagine her and every June Cleaverish or "Blast from the Past" mom cooking these pork chops for her family. But that does not stop me from baking these moist saucy chops up for Sunday dinner. They are easy and I promise you have these ingredients on hand. So despite the fact that I feel extremely old fashioned when I make these tasty chops they are in my big black book of recipes because we all clean our plates on saucy pork chop night, especially the picky 5-year-old.

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SAUCY PORK CHOPS
5 to 6 pork chops. I have used both bone-in and boneless.
1 can cream of chicken soup
1/2 yellow onion sliced thinly
3 Tb catsup
2 tsp of worchestire sauce
olive oil
salt and pepper.

Heat 1 TB olive oil in saute or fry pan.  Season chops with salt and pepper and brown both sides in heated pan.

Mix soup, onion, catsup and worchestire.

Place pork chops in casserole dish and top with sauce.

Bake for 45 minutes.

5 comments:

Belinda said...

A classic!

Jane said...

I can clearly see June with her apron on...serving her family well. Ahh...good ole days!

Miss Meat and Potatoes said...

I'm not going to lie. I love me some retro recipes. And channeling June once in a while can't be a bad thing:)

Carol Egbert said...

Do you wear a retro apron when you make this classic?

Mother Rimmy said...

My mother used to make a pork chop dish like this. We loved it because it served on special evenings. Thanks for the memories!

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