Stuffed Pork Chops
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There is that Ruth again. I am beginning to this the owner of this box collected recipes from her friends and didn’t document any of her own.
Or, maybe she wasn’t a creative cook and relied on her friend’s?
At the end of the recipe she notates that chicken flavored Rice Roni goes well with this dish.
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Stuffed Pork Chops Recipe
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- Turkey stuffing
- 1 can consomme
- Pork chops
- Make regular turkey stuffing
- Cut hole to add stuffing to pork chops
- Pour 1 can of consomme over the pork chops
- Make a tent of foil (with toothpicks) to cover pork chops
- Bake on low about 300 degrees for 2 hours
Stuffed Pork Chops