Simple Stuffed Pork Chops
The ingredients are simple and this is dinner tonight. I am putting these babies in the cast iron skillet, stuffed and all. Then add a nice green salad and some lemon bars and a cup of coffee. Mmmm.Mmmm.Mmmm.
Get thick chops at the market and ask the butcher to make a pocket in them for you! He will- no charge.
1 1/2 cseasoned stuffing mix
1/2 cpet evaporated milk
6 mediumpork chops, double-thick with pocket sliced
1 pkgdried onion soup mix
1 1/2 cvegetable broth or water
1 tspsoy sauce, light
1 tspworcestershire sauce
2/3 cpet evaporated milk
2 Tbspall purpose flour
How to Make Simple Stuffed Pork Chops
- Combine seasoned stuffing mix(like Stove top) and 1/2 cut of evaporated milk. Let set 5 minutes or until milk has been absorbed,gently stirring occasionally to coat all the mixture.
- Stuff chops with stuffing mixture. Secure with kitchen string or toothpicks. Grease or spray a large cast iron skillet and brown chops on both sides.
- Combine dried onion soup mix, vegetable broth, soy and W sauce. Add to pork chops. Cover and simmer 50 minutes or so. Remove to a warm oven (225^)on oven proof platter.
- Whisk remaining evaporated milk gradually into flour in a small measuring cup. Stir into hot liquid in the skillet. Cook and stir until thickened. Pour over chops. No need for potatoes- you have the dressing. Enjoy!