Stuffing-Stuffed Pork Chops
Total TimePrep: 30 min. Bake: 25 min.
I was grateful to find this recipe for using up left-over dressing--something that I typically have to throw out a few days after Thanksgiving. For some reason, my family will eat it the day of but not afterwards. Everyone enjoyed these stuffed chops though! I added about 1/2 cup of chopped dried cranberries which I already had in my pantry to add another layer of flavor and it was much appreciated. For the gravy, I had extra turkey broth from cooking the carcass, so I used that. I added some of the white wine called for, but only about 1/4 cup and it seemed to be just right with that amount. I will be adding this recipe to my Thanksgiving file.
My family loved these tender, tasty chops and want me to make them again soon. I'm not fond of wine in sauces and so made my own pork gravy. I really couldn't believe how tender and juice they were. I cook a lot and this is now one of my favourite dishes. Five stars plus!
We loved these tender pork chops! I used the chicken broth instead of the wine and the gravy was wonderful.
This was very good, I will make this again. The pork chops turned out perfect. I used the chicken broth for the gravy.
This was very good, I will make this again. The pork chops turned out perfect.
Going to make this for supper tonight. sounds really good. mily is going to enjoy this. ani have made stuffed cops i never have had the gravy. They are going to be really surprised and i will get 5 stars on the meal. can't wait to make it. thank you toh for this recipe.
Great for everyday meals but jassed up a dab
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I did like this a lot but I used the white wine in the gravy and I wasn't prepared for wine taste to the gravy. Next time I will only use the chicken broth and no wine. Other than that it was wonderful. I used a plain stuffing from Bells and was glad because adding the spices in the recipe there was plenty of flavor.