Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Party Chops Recipe ( An easy peasy recipe)

Hello Sweet Friends

Hope this finds you doing well.....

Told you last week about a recipe I sort of made up, that was really very easy to make and was truly delicious.  Sorry but I didn't think to take a picture of the Party chops dish until we finished eating!!  lol

So this will have to do for now!

I have dubbed it Party Chops because I sort of got the idea from a "Party Chicken" recipe that I have used for years,  that I got from a friend. In case you are interested in the

 "Party Chicken recipe", 

Just click on it.

We are having that for Thanksgiving, but I make stuffing with it as well. It's a great make ahead dish.  Just so you know..... we heard yesterday from our server at Cracker Barrel that they would not be doing Thanksgiving dinners this year because there was a Turkey Shortage. 

That might just be in Florida but I don't know....so might want to get your Turkeys early.

So...  Anywho, here is the recipe for

 Party Chops


6 boneless pork loin chops

Lawrys Seasoned Salt

1- can of cream of Celery Soup

1- 16 Oz. Sour Cream


Place Pork chops in a glass baking dish, and sprinkle with Seasoned Salt.  Mix Soup and Sour cream together, and pour over the top of the pork chops evenly.  Bake in a 350 degree oven for about 1 hr. and 15 minutes. (You Just take a pork chop out and cut into it to make sure they are done all the way if you'd like, cause oven temps. do vary at times. Also cause I forgot to the time I put it in the oven, but I think it cooked about 1 hr. and 15 mins., but not for sure!  lol

I served mine with Jasmine rice and a salad.

Hint: It makes a nice gravy for the rice.  Next time I think I will add 2 cans of soup and 2 containers of sour cream, especially if you and your family like a lot of gravy. 

Hubby and I really enjoyed it.

Well, Thanks for stopping by,


hope you try and enjoy the recipe.

Love, Hugs and 

Mid October Blessings,


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Junkchiccottage said...

Yum. I make a similar recipe with Cream of Mushroom or Cream of Chicken soup instead of the celery soup. They are so good. Have a great day today. xoxo Kris

Patti said...

That sounds yummy! I will use chicken breasts, though, as I'm not a huge fan of pork chops. It's not just Florida. Gary's company usually orders turkeys for all their employees (100-ish) for Thanksgiving. He told me that Costco called the other day to let them know they will not be able to fill the order this year.

You said in a comment on my blog that your Scott came home from the hospital on y'all's 7th anniversary. Funny, but Gabrielle came home on our 4th! She was born 2 days before our 4th anniversary, but she came home on our anniversary night.


Donna @ Modern on Monticello said...

Your party chops sound delicious. Thanks for linking up the recipe this week. #HomeMattersParty

sistersusiesays said...

Yum, yum! My mouth is watering now! Love you, Susan

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