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I had a hard time with the seasonings. Never having made this receipe before I found it confusing that the oil was added with the seasoning. I poured the oil on the seasoning, since it was in with the seasoning. I then read the directions further, and found this a mistake. However I swiped the pork chops in this. Added a little more oil and finished as directed and got rave reviews from hubby and granddaughter. When a ten year old says "This is the best home cooked pork chop I ever had", you know you have a hit. Thanks for posting, will use over an over again.

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bhs_brendah_brenda October 07, 2010

These were great. The only change I made was to leave out the onions, since we don't like them...and I did cook them slightly differently. I realized I wouldn't have time to finish them on the stovetop and eat before church, so after the sauce was made, I added the potatoes and sausage back early and put it all in the oven at 200 degrees and cooked for about 2 hours. The sauce was terrific--caught my husband pouring it off the plate into his mouth! I was a little bit more decorous. I mopped mine up with a piece of bread :D Definitely a keeper!

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Melody Pond 1 May 19, 2010

At first glance this looks like a complicated recipe - please don't let that chase you away. It's very quickly put together and the flavor is just unbelievable. We have a new favorite way to prepare pork chops! Thanks for posting this fab recipe on Zaar :)

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Pinay0618 May 18, 2010

Awesome- this attempt was actually pretty simple- I found that the pork chop preparation was even better alone rather than doing all of this other stuff- I made the fried pork chops the next day, alone with a salad and we loved them- the dry rub is amazing from this recipe- The actual recipe was very tasty and I would make it again!!!

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Starting Over #1 September 01, 2009

I have made this many times and never reviewed it! This is one of my Cajun husband's favorite dishes. I add extra cayenne to the spice mixture and use chicken & apple sausage but other than that, follow it to the letter and it turns out fantastic every time! A real comforting dish for cold nights. Thanks Sharlene!

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Moonsmilie February 16, 2009

This was a pretty labor intensive dish and I followed the recipe exactly....it got a thumbs down all the way around the table. Sorry, this did not work for us.

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PleasantNancy August 04, 2008

I also saw this on Emeril and was delighted to find the recipe here. It is absolutely delicious!

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Perfectionist cook August 11, 2007

This dish brought me home....I am from New Orleans (Kenner)!! YUMMMYY!! My DH loved this dish, and said the left overs tasted even better. I keeper! Thank you for posting a great recipe!

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SkinnyMinnie June 01, 2006
Smothered Pork Chops and Sausage