Bland and Boring = Comfort Pork Tonight !!

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Herb stuffed boneless pork chops, Panko crusted and browned, and then baked with mushroom gravy over all of it. White cheddar cheese at the last 5 minutes. Veggies and tomatoes for sides.

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Just a sharp filtet knife and then cut a pocket in thru the rind side. I used a regular herb flavored stovetop stuffing, filled the pocket, and pressed it just flat enough to brown well in the pan. I normally like them to be 1 1/4" thick for this, but these were only 3/4-1" so only had to bake 25 minutes to get to 150 degrees. The left-over dressing is just scattered around each chop to soak up the juices and gravy.
 

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Biscuits, need some good ole homemade cathead biscuits to go with them chops.
Looks good though!!
 

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I really debated on bread, but in the end figured the stuffing was enough by itself. The next pork meal will probably be fried chops, with mashed potatoes, gravy and definitely biscuits!!
 

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