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