Only one skillet is needed to make this scrumptious pork dish....the rice actually cooks right in the skillet with the rest of the ingredients. I need to add 1 more pork chop, for a total of 6. I grew up on this recipe...and it was never made with any rice other than INSTANT Brown Rice, uncooked of course...just pour 2 cans of French onion soup, not dry mix, one soup CAN of INSTANT brown rice...and mix in 13x9 inch pan,place 4-6 pan browned chops on top and SEAL well with foil...bake for 1 hour without looking!...nothing could be easier...all others are NOT the same recipe... Mandy, about how thick should the pork chops be? I bet you could use the Lipton, dry mix. to go with it, but that pushes it past the “healthy” barrier with Colleen, so we don’t usually do that anymore. Don't know if that makes a difference. I used 4 boneless pork chops, 1 cup brown rice, 1 can beef consommé, 1 can French onion. If you decide to try it out, I hope you like it! I used two cans of soup, left out the rice and added alittle cornstarch at the end to thicken the sauce. Sharing this one on facebook!! (not pictured: yummy cornbread muffins! Mashed Cauliflower – -A Healthy Alternative That Totally Doesn’t Suck! Please link to the source blog post or page, with attribution to The Taste Place, when reusing our content. Their are so many yummy versions of that dish that you can't help but find one or many you like. Need to make this again! It couldn't be easier. It's 2020 and you're still getting positive comments. Should it still cook for an hour? Sure! But what I tasted was good. I'm thinking thick cut. Seared the chops in my cast iron in the oven (set at 450), mixed the soups in a bowl, put the rice on the bottom of the casserole dish, placed chops on top of rice then poured the soup mix on top. Put pork chops over rice. So with the standard white rice, if it is one cup rice to 1.5 cups water, I’ll add an extra quarter cup. Ok Thanx! I also love Colleen. I'm not sure. Take the stress out of mealtime, with a delicious recipe newsletter delivered to your inbox each week. It brought back memories, and I'm going to try it again. I'm cooking this tomorrow night :)Alisha Knight. Thank you for posting. Can you just slap them on top of the rice and bake? Poured over pasta. Um this recipe saved me tonight. Next time my husband brings home a raccoon, I'm going to do this. I've made a similar casserole before but used just the consomme. (no water) bake in 13x9 at 350 for45 min then uncover and bake 10 min more. Btw, if I'm using "cream of something" soup in my rice casseroles, I always add at least a 1/2 to 3/4 cup of milk because I like a creamier, saucier casserole. I have a question. The MOST important thing to remember is using enough liquid so the rice cooks to a creamy consistency and to COVER it TIGHTLY for at least 1 to 1 1/2 hours. Slice a couple of potatoes layer them in the bottom of a 9X13 pan you can make a double layer of potatoes. I don't necessarily stick with just the spices in the recipe either, I use whatever spices I think will make it better. Thanks! If you add 2 cups of uncooked rice will you have to add an additional can of soup or cook any longer? I make this for my family now. I looked through all of the comments but didn't see anything regarding which to use. My husband loved it and I liked it almost as much as I do with white rice. Enjoy! What can u use instead of the french onion soup, I don't care for it. I tried it with BROWN RICE last night. 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. soy sauce, pork chops, 1-inch thick, honey, lipton recipe secrets onion soup mix and 3 more Pork Chop & Rice Casserole The Cookin' Chicks butter, lipton onion soup mix, water, rice, pork chops Add a bit of butter to the hot pan, then dump in your rice (Uncle Ben's long grain) to brown in the butter (stir constantly or it'll burn). Enter your email address to receive our posts via email. I used instant brown rice in place of the white but did everything else the same. 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. Add the pork and cook until well browned on both sides. 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. Will re-review after rice is tender. ! I can't say that I've ever seen those but I imagine it would work. Many moons ago I wondered the same thing and made it that way. My oldest son does not like rice but he had 2 portions of just the rice. I'm going to give this recipe a try, but use my homemade stock as I try to avoid canned food whenever possible. 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?

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