My mom did make this recipe, and it was great! The gravy is nice and thick, well spiced and perfect with mashed potatoes.
Fried Pork Chops with Cream Gravy
ChelsieAnna Posted: 05/17/09
lowcallover Posted: 01/28/13
I really liked this and I will have it again, not sure on the serving yield but I assumed one and it was enough. Easy to make and turned out fantastic.
theyoungchef Posted: 06/17/13
This is one of my favorite recipies. I usually sautee a few union slices and minced garlic cloves as well. Feel free to substitute pork for cube steak or chicken. TIP: To make this dish like my grandmother, cook it in an iron skillet. Once gravy is ready, add a little milk, stir and add meat back to the pan and cover with a heavy cast iron lid. Cook on low heat for another 15-20 minutes, stirring in between. The combination of the heavy cast iron pot and low heat will make the pork (chicken or cubed steak) extra tender and fall off the bone. ENJOY!
ZacheryB Posted: 07/02/14
Good for a quick-fix recipe. I used buttermilk in the gravy instead reg. milk; made it much more tangy.
Lauraa Posted: 05/06/14
Last minute had pork chops thawed but no plan. Found this recipe online and it was FANTASTIC! Hubby and kids all loved it.