This is a guest post by my friend, Mindy. She has celiac (can’t eat gluten) and therefore this recipe is gluten-free. It looks delicious and I only wish that she would have invited me over to eat this with her. Thanks Mindy!
4 boneless pork chops
1 (10 ¾ oz) can cream of mushroom soup
2 cups sour cream
1/3 cup water
2 Tbsp fresh chopped parsley
6 cup thinly sliced potatoes
1 tsp salt
1/2 tsp pepper
Brown the pork chops in a skillet. Mix soup, sour cream, water, parsley, potatoes, salt and pepper together in medium bowl. Place mixture in bottom of slow cooker. Place pork chops on top and cover and cook on HIGH for 3-4 hours. Makes 4 serivngs.
This is an old family favorite that I tried in the crockpot. It turned out great.
Can this recipe be done in the instant pot? My late mother made the best scalloped potatoes and pork chops. She did them in her pressure cooker. The recipe was the one that came with the pressure cooker, back in the 40’s! The potatoes were made with milk, butter and flour, no soup. She started out browning the chops in the pressure cooker. The potatoes never burned for her. I tried it once and the bottom was covered with burned scalloped potatoes! I never tried it after that! I would love to be able to make them! Thanks!
Oh I would love to see her recipe! I will have to think through it because, yes, burning is an issue!
Judy Imanse says
Could you share your mother’s recipe? My mother also made them in her pressure cooker from the recipe that came with the pressure cooker. I had the same problem you did! However, I would love to try it again in the instant pot but do not have the recipe any longer. I just don’t want to use soup! Thanks a bunch!
Shelley Steiner says
I am not sure how this recipe can be gluten free because all canned soup is categorically not GF. I hope your friend wasn’t too sick, and you need to either recategorize your recipe, or change the ingredients. I would be sick for months if I ate this.
would your friend be willing to share her soup base recipe? we have extended family with Celiac and I would love to beable to make this for a family function. She can just email me at [email protected]…..thanks
We made this tonight and it was good. I think the pork chops were a little dry, but I liked the potatoes a lot. Good recipe!
I made this exactly like the recipe was written, except I didn’t have parsley, so I used sage, and instead of cooking it on high I cooked in on low for 8 hours. I felt like it needed a little more flavor (maybe just more salt?), but overall all the kids ate it, and my husband said I could add it to our recipe list – so 4 stars it is!
In response to your inquiry about the bountiful basket being only in Davis county, currently Brigham City and Clearfield are the only sites in Utah – but it has BOOMED in popularity in Arizona with some cities having 5 or 6 sites within their bounds. So…hopefully that will be the case here and we will see it expand to more and more cities. I just can’t say how much I am loving having the produce around. By the way – great blog! I’m excited to get some great recipes from you.