We hadn’t had pork chops in a while so I went back to Tasty Kitchen to look for a pork chop recipe and found this recipe that looked SO SIMPLE! So I tried it and it was really good. Just as simple to assemble as it looks in the instructions (cutting the fat off the pork was the most time intensive part!) and tasted great. It has a little bit of a sweet taste but I’m not sure if that was the kind of mustard I used (Boar’s Head Deli Mustard) or just all the brown sugar. But regardless this is definitely a recipe I will be using frequently. It would probably be great over chicken also if you don’t like cooking pork.
PS One thing I love about Tasty Kitchen is that you can change the servings online for whatever the recipe is and it will do all the math for you. If you haven’t checked it out make sure you look at it next time you’re looking for a recipe!
Prairie Pork Chop Bake
4 whole Pork Chops
1/4 c Prepared Mustard
1/4 c Brown Sugar
1/2 box Stove Top Stuffing (6 oz box)
1/2 can 15 oz Niblet Corn
1/2 c Water
1. Mix brown sugar and mustard together. Cover each side of each pork chop evenly.
2. Then combine stuffing, corn, and water. Top each chop with 2-3 spoonfuls of stuffing mixture.
3. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes.