Ahhh, pork chop casserole. Such a comfort food to me.
This was actually my Aunt Net’s recipe, but I can remember my grandmother making it for us. See, growing up we always got off the bus at my grandparents house until we were old enough to go home alone and when you walked through the door you were immediately hit with the smells of a home cooked meal. During the spring and summer there was always home made lemonade and during the fall apple cider. My favorites were this recipe I am bring you today, her homemade biscuits which she promptly buttered as soon as they came out of the oven and her homemade vegetable soup with cornbread. We never ate crackers with our soup…always cornbread.
There is one day I will never forget. Me and my older sister got off the bus and as we walked in to my grandparents house the smells of this dish hit us. Throwing book-bags to the side we scrambled to get hands washed and get ready to eat. My grandmother was hanging her wash out back, and my grandfather who was a BIG man in my eyes was in the basement working on some project or another. My older sister decided to get some of the lemonade for herself that was sitting on the counter in a mason jar. As she turned it up to get a big swig she suddenly started spitting and sputtering…she had just drank bleach. She ended up being fine after an afternoon spent in the emergency room. Ok…so maybe she wasn’t really fine, we still wonder about her brain function today at times, but they said she would be just fine. I never did get to eat any of the pork chop casserole that night. So, let’s make it today…
You are going to need about 4-6 pork chops, a can of cream of something soup (whatever your flavor of choice is), an onion, some potatoes and a cup of milk.
Flour and brown the pork chops.
Slice the onion and potatoes and place them in a baking dish.
Top with the browned pork chops.
Then pour the cream soup and milk over top.
Bake on 400 degrees for 45 minutes.
Serve with your favorite sides and enjoy!
Pork Chop Casserole
4-6 pork chops
1 onion (sliced into rings)
4-6 potatoes (any kind, sliced into rounds)
1 can cream of anything soup (I usually use Cream of Celery or Cream of Mushroom)
1 cup Milk
Flour and brown the pork chops. Layer a 9 X 13 baking dish with the sliced onion. Then top the onions with the sliced potatoes. Add the brown pork chops on top of the potatoes and then pour the can of cream soup over the top. Pour the milk over the top and bake on 400 degrees for 45 minutes.Print This Post