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Pork Chops Baked With Cream of Mushroom Soup Recipe

One of Susan's passions is cooking and creating new recipes for family and friends.

Baked Pork Chops cooked and ready to enjoy.

Baked Pork Chops cooked and ready to enjoy.

A Family Favorite Recipe

Many people make this recipe in one way or another and I thought that I would share my way of making one of my favorite comfort foods with all of you.

I used to fry the pork chops first but later found that I liked this recipe much better by just baking them with all the ingredients on the top of the chops.

In this picture I have used five pork chops. You can use any kind of pork chops you like. Shoulder chops work very well with this recipe.

Cook Time

Prep timeCook timeReady inYields

15 min

1 hour 30 min

1 hour 45 min

Will feed 3-4 people

Prepared pork chops ready to go into the oven

Prepared pork chops ready to go into the oven

Ingredients

  • 5 Pork chops
  • 3 Stalks of celery chopped
  • 2 Medium onions sliced
  • 4 Large potatoes unpeeled and sliced
  • 2 Cans of Campbell’s mushroom soup (You can use any brand you like)

Instructions

  1. Line a roasting pan with foil (Way easier to clean up afterwards)
  2. Place your pork chops in the bottom of the pan
  3. Add your celery, onion slices, and sliced potatoes
  4. Mix 2 cans of mushroom soup with ¾ of a can of milk and ¼ can of water mix really well
  5. Pour over your chop mixture
  6. Cover with tinfoil
  7. Place in a 325 degree F oven for about 1½ hours
  8. Take out of oven and remove foil. Place back in oven for about 15 minutes

Dinner Is Served

Let's Eat!

Let's Eat!

Pork Chops With Cream of Mushroom Soup

Questions & Answers

Question: Can 1 cup of regular milk be used instead of canned milk when making cream of mushroom soup?

Answer: Yes.

Question: When do I put salt and pepper on these pork chops?

Answer: You can use salt and pepper before the chops go into the oven if you wish. I usually let everyone salt and pepper the meal when it is served.

Question: Should I cut up the pork, or pound it to make pork chops?

Answer: You can cut it up or pound it if you like but I leave the chops as they are.

© 2010 Susan Zutautas

Comments

Susan Zutautas (author) from Ontario, Canada on March 13, 2019:

Hi Margaret,

I'll have to try wine instead of milk. Sounds like it would be good. The only veggies I've tried in this dish are the ones you've listed. I'll throw in fresh mushrooms if I have them on hand.

Margaret Leman on March 12, 2019:

Today I started to cook the chops and realized I was out of milk - HORRORS? I used a cup of white wine instead, and it smells amazing. Can you suggest different veg combinations other that the usual: carrots, onions, celery and potatoes?

Darren on May 19, 2018:

I use the basic recipe but add augratin potatoes mix to the soup..line the pan with a layer of chops,potatoes,onion,celery add the augratin potatoes mix to the cream of mushroom soup..add a liberal coating of salt pepper.tony chacharies Cajun spice mix.then dump in soup and milk and augratin potatoes..splash a little worchestershire sauce and some fresh crushed garlic...bake in a baking bag at 325-340° for hour and a half..longer if using tinfoil instead of baking bag...serve after it has cooled for ten minutes on countertop...sauce will thicken as it cools...

Susan Zutautas (author) from Ontario, Canada on February 14, 2018:

Ellen, No I've been making this recipe for over 40 years now and I always bake at 325F. How thick did you slice your potatoes?

Ellen on February 13, 2018:

I am trying the recipe now and it has been baking for 2 hours and the potatoes are still hard. Is there a miss print on the temp on the recipe?

Susan Zutautas (author) from Ontario, Canada on December 06, 2017:

Measure milk into the can of soup

tatyana on December 06, 2017:

when you say can of milk what kind ?

Susan Zutautas (author) from Ontario, Canada on May 17, 2017:

teaches, I hope you enjoy the pork chops as much as we do.

Dianna Mendez on May 16, 2017:

One pot meals are a win with me any day. This will save me time on a busy day. It has all the ingredients my hubby loves too! Thanks for sharing.

Susan Zutautas (author) from Ontario, Canada on April 16, 2017:

Elma, I do hope that you enjoy the chops as much as we do. Happy Easter! Looking forward to hearing back from you.

elma nylund bigelow on April 16, 2017:

Iam trying this recipe today and will comment on it.

Susan Zutautas (author) from Ontario, Canada on March 31, 2017:

Please let me know if you try the recipe Elf. Thanks for stopping by. Have a great weekend!

Wednesday-Elf from Savannah, Georgia on March 30, 2017:

I LOVE pork chop recipes and this one sounds quick and easy --- and delicious! Thanks, Susan.

Susan Zutautas (author) from Ontario, Canada on March 21, 2017:

Janice, Yes that is the correct temperature for the recipe. You want to cook the pork slowly.

Janice Pardick on March 20, 2017:

Is the temperature right in the recipe, 300 degrees? That seems so low.

Susan Zutautas (author) from Ontario, Canada on November 17, 2014:

Poetryman, Thanks so much!

poetryman6969 on November 17, 2014:

Really looks tasty!

Susan Zutautas (author) from Ontario, Canada on June 18, 2013:

Mary, I've never tried breading the chops but will have to try it. Thanks!

Mary W on June 17, 2013:

I have a similar recipe, I bread and brown my chops before adding the spuds and soup!! VERY GOOD!!

Susan Zutautas (author) from Ontario, Canada on June 28, 2012:

Cheryl, Hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

Cheryl J. from Houston, TX on June 27, 2012:

A wonderful and delicious recipe. Thanks for the useful instructions. Nice hub. I will prepare this meal for sure.

Susan Zutautas (author) from Ontario, Canada on June 16, 2012:

daisydayz, Instead of mushroom soup you could make this dish with cream of broccoli or cream of celery soup.

Chantele Cross-Jones from Cardiff on June 16, 2012:

Oh that sounds so yummy and easy, pity my hubby hates mushrooms!

Susan Zutautas (author) from Ontario, Canada on January 19, 2012:

Hi Eddy, Hope you enjoy the recipe and please come back and let me know what you thought of it. Have a great day!

Eiddwen from Wales on January 19, 2012:

Another great one to bookmark.

Take care;

Eddy.

Susan Zutautas (author) from Ontario, Canada on January 09, 2012:

Erica, I do hope you enjoy!

Erica on January 09, 2012:

Making this tonight!

Susan Zutautas (author) from Ontario, Canada on December 06, 2011:

Sherry, I went to a site called CalorieKing.com and the approximate calories for this dish per serving of 1 chop would be 635. I calculated the chop, potato, cream of mushroom soup, celery, onion and milk. It could be a bit higher than 635 depending on the size of the chop and the cut you use. Hope that this helps.

Sherry on December 06, 2011:

THANK YOU!

Susan Zutautas (author) from Ontario, Canada on December 06, 2011:

Sherry, I am not really sure about the calorie intake for this dish but I will try to calculate it all out and post it back here for you.

Sherry on December 05, 2011:

I have made something like this for years... where could I find the Calorie Intake on this recipe? Thanks!

Susan Zutautas (author) from Ontario, Canada on September 19, 2011:

RH, I always too go back to recipes that I have tried and let the person know that I did in fact try it. Thanks again.

rjsadowski, One dish meals are nice to make. Thanks for stopping by and for your comment.

rjsadowski on September 19, 2011:

Sounds tasty.I like easy one-dish meals.

Kelly Umphenour from St. Louis, MO on July 21, 2011:

I do try to go back and comment when I use a recipe that way others can see how it worked out too. When I look for recipes online - I heavily rely on the reviews to decide if I'm going to try it. Food is so expensive now I don't want to waste money on a dish that might end up in the trash. This one is fail proof. My oldest daughter must have come home really late and had some leftovers - she just called me from work to tell me she had some and she thought it was awesome! How sweet! Thank you!!

Susan Zutautas (author) from Ontario, Canada on July 21, 2011:

RH, So glad you your family and the pooches enjoyed it and thanks for letting me know.

Kelly Umphenour from St. Louis, MO on July 21, 2011:

It was delicious! I did it exactly as you have it - they had Cream of chicken and Mushroom soup combined (which I've never seen before today). The potatoes just melt in your mouth! Excellent. I made way too much so I even let my pups have a nice dinner - they each got 1/2 of a chop;) lol. Everyone was happy tonight!

Tomorrow night - salmon with tarragon! Thanks so much!

Susan Zutautas (author) from Ontario, Canada on July 20, 2011:

Ken

Liver has never been a favorite of mine but roasted garlic in the mashed potatoes I will eat any day.

It is awful here in Ontario too with the heat and from what I hear tomorrow it is supposed to hit 46 with humidity that is.

I know call me crazy for making chili today, I am sure my husband and son will.

Thanks for stopping by.

saddlerider1 on July 20, 2011:

Two meals I remember my dear mom making for us at home and one of them was pork chops, smothered with onions and mushroom soup over top, it was delicious. I have eaten it since often. Now the other many here will probably gag and say no way Hose...he he..

Baby beef liver, smothered with slightly browned onions and smashed potatoes on the side. I like to add a little garlic in my potatoes. Gives it that added flavor. You mentioned making Chili today, wow..it's like an oven out here on the Canadian Prairies, not a dish I would be slaving over in my kitchen for sure:0))

Although I love my Chili....great write Susan as always and thanks for the share..

Susan Zutautas (author) from Ontario, Canada on July 20, 2011:

I know what you mean, no one around my house will ever give me ideas on what they would like to eat. Gets tiring trying to come up with something that everyone might like. I made chili for dinner tonight. I am sure they are going to complain though as it feels like 100 degrees outside today.

Let me know if you like it.

Kelly Umphenour from St. Louis, MO on July 20, 2011:

This is great - it's what I'm going to make tonight - then your salmon, shepherds pie and cabbage rolls!

Thanks so much! I just asked the girls what they wanted for dinner and no one has any idea. I run out of ideas.

Susan Zutautas (author) from Ontario, Canada on June 14, 2011:

Julie, I have been making this recipe for so many years now and actually my step-mother used to make a recipe some what similar to this one too. Thanks for checking it out.

Will, yes those soups work too as well as cream of celery. Have never made it with chicken but will have to try that. Thanks

WillStarr from Phoenix, Arizona on June 14, 2011:

This also works well with cream of broccoli and chicken. Just cover the pieces with the undiluted soup right out of the can and bake.

Julie McM from Southern California on May 08, 2011:

I had to check this recipe out. My mom used to make something like this and it brought back memories. Thanks.

Susan Zutautas (author) from Ontario, Canada on January 29, 2011:

Carrie, Thanks so much for letting me know and so glad that you enjoyed the recipe.

carrie450 from Winnipeg, Canada on January 29, 2011:

Susan, I wanted you to know that I've tried this recipe yesterday along with a side dish of broccoli and it was delicious just as you said. Thank You.

Elena from London, UK on January 26, 2011:

A lovely recipe - It looks yummy.

Healthy too.

carrie450 from Winnipeg, Canada on January 22, 2011:

This recipe seems so easy to make and looks appetizing also Susan. I will try it out, thanks

Christy Zutautas on December 02, 2010:

That's awesome. What a fantastic recipe idea. I never thought of adding potatoes to the pork chops. I'm going to try out this recipe next week. My husband loves pork chops!