The Reward for Surviving Rough Seas

The Reward for Surviving Rough Seas
We are all like sea shells tossed about in rough waters and being re-shaped in wondrous ways. But have you ever contemplated the notion that sea shells have to complete their journey through the rough waters before they get to rest on the shore? Yeah, we are ALL like sea shells and Heaven is The Great Shore.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Amish Pork Chops Recipe

Greetings Everybody
Today I am going to share a recipe with you and it's a really good one.
(fyi... this feeds a big family!)
These things are tender and juicy and the sauce is mild but so flavorful...YUMMMMM!

And best of all...
This is one of those recipes that is GOOD the day you cook 
and even BETTER the next day.

Amish Pork Chops

Assemble the Following Items: 
Butterfly Pork chops, a splash of Olive Oil, Skillet for browning, Pan for baking, Cream of Mushroom Soup, Ketchup, Worchesterschire Sauce, Onion, Salt & Pepper

First Step:
-Take 6 Butterfly Porkchops (I go ahead and divide them so that there are 12 individual boneless chops)
-Brown them lightly with a little Olive Oil in the bottom of the skillet...salt & pepper very lightly.

-After browning, place them side by side in a large baking dish
(Fyi...I use a really large Cuisinart Lasagna Pan)

Second Step:
In Separate Bowl Combine The Following Ingredients (stir till blended evenly) :
 -1 can Cream of Mushroom Soup
-3/4 Cup Ketchup
-1 Tablespoon Worchestershire Sauce
-1/2 Cup Chopped Onion

Third Step:
-Using all of the mixture, pour a little of the mixture over the top of each pork chop
-Cover with foil & Bake @350 for 1.5 hours

(Depending on how thick the pork chops are, and how well thawed,  you might be able to cook them for less time.  Since all ovens vary in temperatures, Please check on them after an hour to make sure that you don't over cook them. As long as they reach that magic 160 degrees required  for safely cooking Pork, all is well.  A meat thermometer is always the safest route when cooking Pork). 

In Him,

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