Stuffing-Topped Pork Chops

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Stuffing-Topped Pork Chops are tender, flavorful chops with savory pork stuffing and creamy gravy on top. It hardly takes any time to prepare this incredible dinner recipe!

    I made these yummy Stuffing-Topped Pork Chops for dinner last week and they were a huge hit with my family. Yep, even with the kiddos. Pork chops are such a great comfort food, in my opinion, and this recipe is so easy to make! It’s a dinner time win win. 
The preparation time is barely 20 minutes. The steps to make these Stuffing-Topped Pork Chops couldn’t be easier and once you pop them in the oven you’ll get to enjoy the wonderful aroma coming from your oven. 🙂 
With how much I love the flavor of pork, and for the straight fact my kids actually eat it, makes me question myself as to why I don’t make more pork dishes. It is the ‘other white meat’ after all! haha 😉 My kids also adore stuffing. It’s one of the dishes at Thanksgiving I don’t have to beg them to eat. 
Stuffing-Topped Pork Chops are easy enough for weeknight dinners and fancy enough for dinner guests. I love meals like that.

What can I serve with pork chops?  

Pork chops always go great with a starch. Potatoes, rice, etc. Because these pork chops come with the stuffing on top I consider that our starch right there. And it is very satisfying. You won’t feel like you’re missing anything. Green vegetables are always a good and healthy side dish to go with pork. Green beans and broccoli are a go-to for me, but serve them with YOUR favorite veggie and it will make this meal all the more special.

If I don’t like canned soup can I substitute it for something else?

Yes! If you are not a fan, which I know many are not, you can definitely replace the gravy step (the can of mushroom soup and milk) with your favorite gravy recipe. These pork chops would be incredible with pork gravy, turkey or chicken gravy. Use your favorite recipe! You can also use those handy package gravy mixes as well. This recipe is one you can make to your own liking!   

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Stuffing-Topped Pork Chops
 
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Savory pork chops topped with stuffing and gravy. These wonderful pork chops are always a hit with my family!
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Serves: 6
Ingredients
  • 6 boneless pork chops (3/4 inch thick)
  • 1 package (6 ounces) pork or chicken stuffing mix
  • salt and pepper, to taste
  • onion powder, to taste
  • 1 Tablespoon vegetable oil
  • 1 can (10.75 ounces) cream of mushroom soup
  • ⅓ cup milk
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Make stuffing according to package directions. Set aside.
  2. Season the pork chops with salt, pepper and onion powder.
  3. Heat oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Brown the pork chops on both sides. (This only takes a couple minutes. They will thoroughly cook in the oven)
  4. Arrange the chops in a 9×13 baking dish. Spoon ½ cup of the stuffing mixture over the top of each chop.
  5. Mix the soup and milk together, and then pour over the chops. Cover with foil then bake for 35 to 40 minutes. Serve with your favorite veggies!
 
 

MORE PORK RECIPES YOU MAY LIKE:

Baked Parmesan Pork Chops

Sweet and Spicy Pork Chops

Cafe Rio Sweet Pork

Sweet Pork Nachos

 
 
 
 
 

 


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56 thoughts on “Stuffing-Topped Pork Chops

  1. Oooo looks so good! I’ve never made pork chops before. But I want to with this yummy recipe. I love stuffing! What a great combo.

  2. Great minds do think alike! I love your recipe for pork chops, too. Topping them with stuffing is such a great idea.

    Also, I didn’t know you were in Southern Utah. I’m just a few hours North of you!

  3. Nicole- How neat you are a fellow Utahn too : ) Im in St.George, where are you? BTW.. I am lovin your blog! I’ve been browsin through your recipes today. There are so many I want to try!

  4. Thanks for such a great recipe! I made this a while ago and just posted the recipe on my blog for people to use their leftover stuffing! Love your blog (:

  5. Is the stuffing mix here just flavoured breadcrumbs or doesn’t have pork and chicken in it? I can’t get stuffing mix, so was just going to make my own pork stuffing, but I put meat in it.

  6. We had the stuffing topped chops tonight for dinner Loved it … seriously. Now I know what to do with the pork loins that go on sale! Thanks for a great recipe.

  7. This was so delicious and the lady that commented about how good the house smelled was so right! I only cooked 2 very large pork chops with bone in. I had to cook a bit longer (about 10) due to their thickness but they were so tender and the toppings were amazing! This is a definite keeper/repeater!

  8. Hi and thank you! This was probably the best pork dish I have had in a long time. This to me is comfort food at its best. Didn’t and wouldn’t change a thing. Yum!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  9. Hello Holly, what a beautiful family you have. I’m going to try this recipe tomorrow I love trying new recipes. A good way to use up stuffing mix that I have had for quite some time. Instead of the oven I’m going to try this in my crock pot.

  10. I’ve made a version of this for years and family loves it but it’s always been a bit dry but never thought to put the creamy soup over it. I am definitely trying it this way!

  11. Oh my goodness, just stumbled onto your site. Now I have my pork chops thawing out and have a plan for dinner. Can’t wait. Thanks for sharing all your great ideas.

  12. This is fantastic! I used one can of cream of mushroom soup, two thirds cup of pet milk and one third cup of water. It’s delicious!

  13. I make this but I mix half the can of soup with French cut sting beans and layer them on the bottom put the rest of the soup on my pork chops and stuffing on top

  14. OMG I can’t believe I’m about to make a comment on a pork chop recipe web! What have I come to?

    I just wanted to say thank you bc I can’t really cook,and I’m without foil…so perusing the comments, I adapted a can of soup cream if celery (who bought that??) to top my chops!
    Wish me luck & thanks again! Admittedly, I was lol at 1st…who has the time??? All the comments??
    But, Shame on me, I see the value in the interchange of ideas, no matter the banality. No offense, believe me..I’m hungry! Cheers!

  15. I do something similar to this recipe, Instead of putting the stuffing on top of the chop, I butterfly’ the chops and put the stuffing inside. Cover with mushroom soup and bake..

  16. Thank you for sharing your tasteful recipes! I made this tonight for the first time. I replaced the cream of mushroom soup with regular turkey gravy and it was delicious!!! God Bless❣️

  17. So, I must give credit where credit is due for these modifications that take this fish to the next level: my Mom, for replacing the cream of mushroom soup with golden mushroom soup and my beloved deceased fiancé, Steve, for adding three kinds of mushrooms (portobello, porcini, shiitake, chanterelle, oyster can all work well for this) along with a can of French onion soup to the golden mushroom soup and pour that mix over the stuffing-topped chops and bake… in the end, you have this mushroom “gravy” sauce to die for!!

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