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Pork Chop Casserole

(54 Votes)
SERVES
4
COOK TIME
1 Hr 10 Min

Here it is, the ultimate weeknight dinner solution and one of our easiest baked pork chop recipes! This Pork Chop Casserole comes together in minutes and fills the house with an aroma that will bring your gang running to the table. It's hard to find the perfect pork chop casserole recipe that everyone in the house will agree to eat, but this pork chop and rice casserole is just that. Serve it with a side of broccoli or other veggies, and you've got yourself one tasty meal!

What You'll Need:
  • 1/4 cup all-purpose flour
  • 4 thick pork chops, rinsed and left damp
  • 3 tablespoons vegetable oil
  • 1 3/4 cups beef broth
  • 1 (10-3/4-ounce) can condensed golden mushroom soup
  • 1 (6-ounce) package long-grain and wild rice mix
  • 1 cup water
What To Do:
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
     
  2. Place flour in a shallow dish; add pork chops and turn to coat completely.
     
  3. In a large skillet over medium heat, heat oil. Brown pork chops 5 to 6 minutes per side.
     
  4. Meanwhile, combine remaining ingredients in a 9- x 13-inch baking dish; mix well. Place browned pork chops over mixture and cover  with aluminum foil.
     
  5. Bake 1 hour, or until no pink remains in pork.
Note

Easy Beefy Casserole  Everyday Chicken Casserole

 

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I want to try this recipe tonight, can you substitute another soup for the mushroom soup ? And have it still taste good ?

Yes, you can substitute another soup for the mushroom soup. We suggest trying an onion soup or other broth type soup. Enjoy!

Why do you have the wallpaper behind the recipes. I can't read the receipt in full.

Hello! - We're not sure what you may be seeing as we do not have any wallpaper on our site. You should be seeing the recipe on a white background. If this is not the case, could you please contact us through the "Contact Us" link below so we can try and help you further. Thank you!

Do you use the spice package that comes with the wild rice or leave it out? Thank you!

Hello :) Yes, you should include the spice packet.

I MADE THIS EXACTLY AS THE RECIPE STATED. I THOUGHT IT WAS BLAND, THE TOP OF THE RECIPE WAS COVERED IN ORANGE GREASE (FROM THE SOUP) AND THE PARSLEY(?) IN THE PACKET OF THE RICE FLOATED ALL TO THE TOP. THE PRESENTATION OF THE PORK CHOP CASSEROLE WAS GROSS. I HAVE A CHICKEN AND RICE RECIPE I MAKE AND IT'S WONDERFUL AND I USE CREAM OF CHICKEN AND CREAM OF CELERY SOUP, YOU CAN USE CHICKEN OR PORK CHOPS.

Made this dish but used only wild rice (pre-cooked) and beef broth and mushrooms (didn't have golden mushroom soup on hand). Also added some pepper and salt. Tasted very good.

Made this and my family loved it, I will make this again.

Love pork and this is a great tasting recipe. It seemed to have too much liquid so next time I'll add a little white rice.

Cooking for two. If I wanted to divide this into two 8 X 8 casseroles, could I freeze half? And if so, would I cook both before freezing?

Hello! - Yes, you can make half of this recipe in an 8 x 8 dish. However, rather than making both and freezing one, we recommend making this in two separate batches, so that the second one is as fresh-tasting as the first! Enjoy :)

This was wonderful, and it's easy to adjust it to make more or less. We buy a pork loin every once in a while and slice it into thick rounds. They come out fork-tender in this recipe.

This was easy and good too. Also added some mushrooms!!!

It was really good, however I did add a cup of fresh sliced mushrooms which really put it over the top.

A family favorite. I use 6-8 pork chops ans it's wonderful

I have a 6 oz. box of chicken flavored wild rice mix in the cupboard. Can I make this and just omit the seasoning mix packet that comes with it?

Just add the seasoning packet and cut back maybe 1/2 cup of the beef broth and use 1/2 c. water instead. It should be pretty tasty.

Go ahead and use the seasoning packet. It will add some flavor, and if you cut back on the beef broth by maybe 1/2 c. and sub with water, it won't be too salty.

Made this for dinner last night hubby really liked it will make again

Can this be cooked in the crock pot? If so, how long will it need to cook on High? Or would it be better to cook on low?

I would like to make this receipe however I don't eat pork. Could you substitute the pork chops with chicken and if so would you recommend bone in or out?

Yes, you can substitute chicken for the pork. You can use either bone-in or boneless chicken, whichever you prefer. Please make sure that you adjust your cooking time for the cut of meat. Enjoy!

The recipe says to cover with aluminum foil.

do you bake the pork chops covered or uncovered?

Covered. Since you are cooking the rice, you want to keep all of the moisture in.

HOW WOULD YOU MAKE THIS FOR 2 PEOPLE. ?

Thank you for your question. We have a couple of suggestions for you. Your first option is to cut the recipe in half, so you would make 2 pork chops instead of 4. Or you could make the full recipe and have leftovers for either lunch or another dinner in the next few days. You could even try freezing the leftovers and when you are ready to have it next time, dinner is done!

I made the Pork Chop Casserole tonight and there was way to much liquid in this recipe for the amount of rice in the 6 oz. package. The rice package calls for 2-1/4 cups of liquid and this recipe calls for 1 cup water and 1 3/4 cups beef broth and also a 10 3/4 oz. can of soup you add that all up and it totals way more then the rice box calls for. It was more like a soup instead of the rice showen in the picture. The pork chops where OK but they where soaked in all the liquid and I thought they where soggy, not like the ones in the picture again. I was very disappointed in this recipe. If I try it again I will either use 2 boxes of rice or cut the liquid down to 2-1/4 cups total. And I do not think the pork chops need to be coated with flour I would just brown them and add them to the top of the dish.

I think the broth and soup provide all the needed liquid so the water listed on the rice package in unnecessary.

I have a recipe similar to this, however, I add sliced (not chopped) large yellow onion; large green pepper; 1tsp Soy Sauce; and 1 tsp Worchestershire.

I made this recipe with two pckgs of thin chops but that seemed to be too many. But it still tasted great. Next time i will use more rice.

I have made this using long-grain rice, regular cream of mushroom soup and adding a small can of mushrooms (undrained) and it comes out great.

I BET THIS RECIPE WOULD DO JUST FINE USING RICE-A-RONI. BUT, I WOULD ADD A LITTLE MORE LIQUID, TO MAKE SURE THE RICE DOESN'T DRY OUT. RECIPES AND RULES ARE MADE TO BE BROKEN...AND ISN'T IT FUN EXPERIMENTING SOMETIMES? I HAVE TO SAY THAT MOST OF THE RECIPES I FIND IN MR. FOOD, ARE TO MY LIKING, AND I DON'T OFTEN FEEL THE NEED TO CHANGE ANYTHING. BUT SOMETIMES.......LOL ENJOY COOKING, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN!

I took the advice of lowering the temp to 300 and adding more liquid 1/2 cup and extended time to 21/4 hrs. Rice was perfect, chops meat fell off bone ........ Deliciouso!!

Typically, Mr. Food recipes are great! But not this one. :( I followed the recipe exactly. The rice never absorbed all of the liquid, and the pork chops were tough and without flavor. I will not be making this again.

Found the same thing with the rice but, chops were good, trying it again with minute rice. Fix the rice problem and will rate higher.Gave it a 2 for now-potentially good.

In order to get good tender chops in the oven, they need to be treated like ribs... low and slow.. I have made this in the past many times, but it requires a temp of 300degrees or lower and a time of 2 hours in the oven to get that tender chop. I would also add more liquid, so the rice doesn't dry out.

How about using Rice a Roni? It has pretty good flavor.

You can certainly try this recipe with Rice a Roni. However, we have not tried it in the Test Kitchen this way, so we can not guarantee the results. Thank you!

Can this same recipe be made with beef steak?

We thought this was Delish!!

Oh, geez! I thought it said BEER broth and I thought what the heck is that?

Been cooking a simular dish for years. But...here is what we do: 1. In an oven proof skillet with cover, brown all side of Boneless, flourless, trimmed of fat pork chop in small amount of canola oil. 2. Remove from heat, add Golden Mushroom soup...no broth and a 4 oz can of mushrooms over top of pork chops. 3. cover and bake in 325 degree oven for about 1 1/2 hours or until fork tender. 4. serve with garlic mashed potatoes and Brussel sprouts on the side. 5. Stir up mixture in pan and spoon it over pork chops and potatoes. This works for us.

Printed this oveor a year ago and first made it a few days ago. It does have too much liquid for six servings - but if cooking for leftovers - the recipe is perfect. My husband LOVES this recipe.

I used Uncle Ben's in the box along with the flavor packet. It came out pretty soupy, I will probably eliminate some of the liquid next time.

A bit too salty for our liking. Next time, I will omit the mushroom soup, use water instead of the beef broth and increase water to 2 cups. I will also add another box of rice only using one of the seasoning packets.

This sounds delicious. My only problem with the recipe is, with the golden mushroom soup and the beef broth, I think it might have too much sodium. More and more people these days have a need to watch their salt intake. There are sooo many of us that would like for you to make available the nutritional facts....calories, carbs, fat, sodium, fiber, protein, cholesterol. I am going to try this. LOVE ALL YOU RECIPES!

It looks like rice a roni

Why do you always use white rice for everything? Brown rice is so much healthier, but would require maybe 5 more min. of cooking?

If y'all want to use brown rice, use it. If you want low sodium, buy it instead. If you need to know nutrition facts figure them out for yourselves, you are the ones whose health you are watching. Why do you read the receipies then start griping or changing?

if you use Uncle Bens mix, do you cook first according to the box before adding to the casserole?

Where do you find the 6 oz. bag of long grain and wild rice? Can you use Uncle Ben's in the box?

Does anyone know how many grams of Carbs are in this dish? Recently diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes and right now limited on carb intake until they get my blood sugar down and under control. Trying to find different recipes the entire family can eat

Made this for my 48 year old son and his reaction was, "Mom, this is definitely a keeper". We love it and I will try it using chicken, but certainly do not expect it to be any better than the pork. Wonderful, easy and reheats beautifully!!!

This recipe was excellent. I did try it again but substituted cream of chicken soup, chicken broth and chicken for the pork chops, golden mushroom soup and beef broth. I followed the rest of the directions as the pork recipe and it was fantastic.

Put a bit of BS into the recipe and add some pineapple. That should satisfy DH. I have one also and it is a challenge to fix a meal.

i cant put this recipe in my collection

WHAT CAN I USE IN PLACE OF THE RICE? MY DH WILL ONLY EAT RICE WITH BUTTER AND SUGAR. WILL ORZO PASTA WORK OR WOULD HAVE TO ADD MORE LIQUID TO THE RECIPE? THANKS; GRAMMABERR

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