Stuffed Iowa Chops
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 50 min.
This came together very quickly for me because I used leftover cornbread dressing from Thanksgiving with a can of corn added. Enjoyed the sauce on the top. Will repeat, especially after Thanksgiving!
My family loved it! Especially the honey flavor and stuffing.
A substantial dish with very little flavor. Edible, but I won't serve it again.
It was okay.
Very good! I made these tonight for dinner and will be making more very soon. The only change I made was using cornbread instead of regular bread crumbs for more flavor and a hint of sweetness.
I prepared this recipe tonight and thought it was very good. I thought the stuffing was a little bland so will use a little less bread crumbs next time. Otherwise it was outstanding. My husband ate the whole huge pork chop. The sauce is excellent and gives the chops a good flavor. I served it with brown rice, applesauce, and fresh melon slices. I recommend this recipe as a Volunteer Field Editor for Taste of Home.
I made this this morning, and had it for a late lunch. Very Tasty! I even had applesauce with it. All I can say is it is simple to make and makes an excellent meal. I used 5 chops. The sauce is delish, the stuffing delish, and the chops are moist.
This was so delicious! The stuffing was quite a surprise, I had never combined corn, onions, and apples before...I'm so glad I just did it without questioning the unknown, it is incredibly good! I always bread my pork chops so they don't get dry, and the chops on sale at my store weren't thick enough to stuff, so I just overlapped the chops a bit and placed the stuffing in between. This stuffing would be good with any white meat, I think. Ohhhh, it was so good!!!! Thank you for a keeper recipe!!!
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A simple alternative for the stuffing is just boxed turkey or chicken stuffing mix. Either way, 'Good Eats.'