I guess searing the meat plays a part in how it cooks. The Taste Places is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Stir the soup, water, black pepper, celery, thyme and rice in the skillet and heat to a boil. Put pork chops over rice. Then I pulled the foil back, added the browned chops to the top of the rice/soup mixture, replaced the foil and cooked for 40 minutes. I don't think you'll need to cook it longer but if so, maybe only 10 minutes. Slice a couple of potatoes layer them in the bottom of a 9X13 pan you can make a double layer of potatoes. Well, I may as well contribute to this thread-- got some great ideas for the future so thanks everybody! (not pictured: yummy cornbread muffins! I do something like this with mushroom soup, but haven't tried French onion. Oh and searing the meat before hand helps lock in it's natural juices for added flavor. I used to skip that step with another recipe but the chops come out more tender if you sear them first, I know when you use French onion soup they say to add cup of water also, do you do that with this recipe? Hmmm... well, I'm not sure as they're probably already cooked through. LOW SODIUM ALL THE WAY. Cover the pan with a lid or with aluminum foil. Are you sure you want to remove this recipe from your favorites? If you try it, let me know how it turns out! You can shrink this dish to four chops or three or even two pretty easily by doing it in a 9 X 9 pan and reducing the amount of rice and liquid. Enter your email address to receive our posts via email. Some of you might enjoy...for a bit of flavour try 1 to 2 tbsps soya sauce and maybe a bit of garlic...fresh, powdered or garlic salt. Don't know if that makes a difference. Place rice in bottom of a 9 X 13 inch baking pan or dish then pour 2 cups of water over rice. That’s what it looks like when it is done! Our version is cooked on the stovetop in a large skillet. After an hour, in a tightly sealed casserole dish....rice was still crunchy...even after TWO hours.....should it be instant rice?? DEFINITELY a meal to make ag, iy_2020; im_11; id_26; ih_14; imh_56; i_epoch:1.60643139934E+12, py_2020; pm_11; pd_24; ph_13; pmh_51; p_epoch:1.60625470926E+12, bec-built-in; bec-built-in_1.0.1; bodystr, pn_tstr:Thu Nov 26 14:56:39 PST 2020; pn_epoch:1.60643139934E+12, https://www.campbells.com/kitchen/recipes/pork-chops-french-onion-rice/, refrain from mentioning competitors or the specific price you paid for the product, do not include any personally identifiable information, such as full names. What's the point in browning the chops? This is it!!!! Place pork chops on top of the rice mixture and sprinkle remaining 1/2 of the envelope of the dry onion soup mix over the chops. I usually add about half a can of water too. The price is determined by the national average. Thanks for the comment, as those are definitely two recipes that bring me back to my very happy childhood. All in the same pan. DEFINITELY a meal to make again! I will make again for sure! I don't necessarily stick with just the spices in the recipe either, I use whatever spices I think will make it better. This recipe was great! What can u use instead of the french onion soup, I don't care for it. What would be a good side with this? I do think doing the same as your recipe and substituting tomato soup for the onion soup should work as well. she packed her lunch before dinner was finished!! It couldn't be easier. I also will add additional spices because adding the extra liquid will make it blander than the original recipe and also because I like tweaking recipes to make them more flavorful. In a medium bowl combine the soup mix … **Note: Add a little spice in your life and sprinkle pimentos and hot sauce over the rice before you add the chops. This recipe is a keeper! I'm making this for dinner tonight. I updated the recipe to make more rice which calls for more soup :o), Ok thank you so much. Yum! Sprinkle Lipton onion soup mix over entire pan. I used instant brown rice in place of the white but did everything else the same. Can I use Jasmine rice as a substitute? Rice is a carbohydrate, and even diabetics need carbs. Although I have never found a canned one I like, but cooked with rice I think would work! Ok Thanx! Have you ever made this with brown rice and do you know what the liquid ratio would be? Thanks for the recipe:). If you wanted to, though, you might try Mosley’s Jalapeno Cornbread Muffins. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Please link to the source blog post or page, with attribution to The Taste Place, when reusing our content. I grew up on a version of this dish as well, from the time I was about 10 years old, so I guess it's been in the family for about 40+ years. My mom passed away last year and I’ve been trying to recreate her cooking to get the recipes down. Can't this be made on top of stove, after browning add soup and rice to same pan and cover tight, lower flame and simmer for like 20 minutes? Add in water and gently mix around. I learned to do all three myself before I left for college, and have been making all three ever since, evidenced by the fact that they are now three of our kids’ favorite meals as well. Apple and the Apple logo are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Well, since both were my mom’s recipes, and your son likes them, I’ll go ahead and assume you’re an awesome mom like mine was. Six?! There was more liquid left in it than usual so I cooked an additional 6 minutes without the foil. Please note that your review might take up to 72 hours to appear following submission. Put six chops on top of potatoes and pour soup mix over it. It’s nothing fancy, but it is classic comfort food, and mighty tasty with very little prep time, using items you should mostly always have in your cupboard. It’s in the oven now and just by the smell and appearance I know it’s going to be exactly the same! It was delish! Sometimes I usually also add some extra carrots or other veggies, plus rice and/or barley. I usually double the recipe for the rice and soup recipe and I don't add any water. My Husband is fussy when it comes to pork chops, fixed this one night and his response was, "this is a keeper". I’m so happy to hear that! I have searched the web over and could not find the recipe that my mom used to make. She never floured her pork chops either. I also love Colleen. Well, I'm glad ALL Y'ALL enjoyed it! :-). ??? I make this for my family now. The Taste Place is a food blog published by husband and wife Jeff and Colleen Greene -- serving up recipes, reviews, tips, techniques, and experiences since April 2009. Heat the oil in a 10-inch skillet over medium-high heat. Thanks so much for a new family meal. I just made this and it was delicious . The best part is that I was able to throw it together in minutes. I'm sure if they're too thin they will overcook, but if they are TOO thick, they will undercook... What do you usually get? One cup of rice requires One cup of liquid, if you like it creamier use up to 1 1/2 or 1 3/4 cup of liquid to One cup of rice. If so what would be the amounts and the time to cook? Pour off any fat. Can't help on the the other recipe, though... sorry! So glad to see it again! We use Tomatoes (crushed) with Chicken bullion. I’d do about the same for a 1:2 ratio, just adding a little more than usual to make it work. Sometimes I throw in some fresh mushrooms with it. I didn't even have teh canned soups, but I used beef bouillon and perfection. Um this recipe saved me tonight. Of course, I will still fix pork chops for my husband. Sounds great! https://www.southyourmouth.com/2012/07/pork-chop-casserole.html You can also just put 1 can of French Onion Soup and 1 can of Beef Consomme with 1 cup of Uncle Ben's Long Grain Rice into a casserole dish and bake it at 350 for 1 hour and cook your pork chops on the grill for about 25 minutes and you don't have to do the extra browning on top of the stove. It brought back memories, and I'm going to try it again. I would love to make this! I guess I am lazy like that. My family has been making Pork Chop Casserole for as long as I can remember.