Friday, June 21, 2024

Pork Chops & Wild Rice Casserole Recipe Review

pork chop casserole
Pork chops are among my favorite meats for dinner.  They are almost always what I order when we eat out, even when we go to a steak house.  

At home, I have several ways I prepare pork chops.  Of course, we grill them and I fry breakfast chops.  I also have a pork chop casserole that I have been preparing for my family for over 30 years.  I found it in a cookbook I borrowed from a friend.  I returned the cookbook long ago, but I copied down this recipe, tweaked it slightly, and now it is a much loved recipe in our home.  I prepare it at least once a month.  It is easy to assemble and is ready to serve in about 90 minutes.

The original recipe called for bone-in pork chops.  I don't like having bones hiding in a casserole, so I use boneless pork chops.  

 


Pork Chop & Wild Rice Casserole Recipe
By Sylvestermouse on Review This Reviews

Ingredients 

pork chop casserole

 

Instructions 

  1.  Grease 13 x 9 x 2 casserole dish with butter 
  2.  Combine rice, seasoning packet in rice, 2T melted butter, and hot water 
  3.  Pour the mixture into the casserole dish (make sure rice is evenly spread across bottom) 
  4.  Sprinkle pork chops with pepper. Lay the chops on rice mixture 
  5.  Place a pat of butter on each chop 
  6.  Cover and bake at 350° for 1 hour 
  7.  Uncover casserole – in a small bowl, combine milk and cream of celery soup together and pour over casserole 
  8.  Bake uncovered for 15 minutes 


pork chop casserole

Cooking Time Note:  The cooking time is based on thin or medium sized boneless pork chops.  Because oven temperatures can vary and because chop thickness affects cooking time, I recommend cutting into one of the chops to make sure it is fully cooked before you add the soup & milk mixture.



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6 comments:

  1. Pork Chops are one of my favorites too, Mouse. So I'm always up for a different pork chop recipe. This looks perfect, because I also love wild rice.

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  2. They used to be my favorites too, but life changes and since Ray no longer eats them I don't either. Ordering them out sounds like a good solution.

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  3. Pork is my favorite meat, too. This casserole sounds delicious and so easy! Very little prep time needed, too. Thank you for sharing this family favorite!

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  4. Looks so good. I've been watching my food intake again a little more closely and this is something, if in front of me, I could dive right into.

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  5. Yummy, I have made something similar for my family for years as well. I love celery and pork chops and the addition of wild rice just sounds delightful to me. Thanks for sharing your recipe, Sylvestermouse Cynthia!

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  6. I love pork chops but for some reason we don't make them that often. Now, you have given me a reason to make some with this recipe. Thanks Cynthia

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