When I get into a good routine and actually make dinner most nights on a weekly basis we usually have chicken, steak, pork chops, shrimp, and then fun things like pizza or Mexican. I’m always looking for a new recipe and ways to prepare one of my staples. However my favorite recipe is Golden Mushroom Pork Chops. My dad use to make them. Let me tell you both my mother and father are/were (respectively) awesome cooks! My dad, even when he lived on his own, would make fancy meals for one and make the best recipes because he just enjoyed cooking that much.
One of my favorite recipes he would make was Golden Mushroom Pork Chops. I have yet to get my pork chops to turn out anything like his, which were melt in your mouth. However I still enjoy making them because with them comes memories. Memories of summers spent with dad in his little house in the country. I miss my dad each day, so whatever I can do to bring his memories to my family I will do.
- Lean boneless porkchops
- Garlic Salt (optional)
- 1 can Golden Mushroom Soup
- ¼ cup water
- Coat an electric skillet (or frying pan) with oil
- Sprinkle pork chops with salt, pepper, and garlic salt to taste
- Brown pork chops on each side 10-15 minutes
- Remove pork chops and add soup and water to pan and bring to a boil
- Place pork chops make into pan and simmer for 10 minutes or until fully cooked
- Serve pork chops with extra sauce
I paired my yummy pork chops with some of my daughters favorite corn and daddy’s baked beans (always a favorite). You can pick all these fixin’s up at your local Costco. I love shopping at Costco. It is great to be able to purchase some things in bulk and get amazing savings. It may be a pricy trip but if you go once a month it more then makes up for itself. Take part in National Pork Month and stop in at your local Costco to pick up some boneless chops for dinner. To help you prepare a great meal for your family don’t forget to stop by and enter my : $50 Costco Card Giveaway
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