How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 350 F.
  • Dot bottom of an 8"x8" or larger pan with the butter. Sprinkle 1/2 of the envelope of onion soup mix over the butter. Arrange chops on top of onion soup mix. Sprinkle remaining soup mix over top of chops.
  • Cover tightly with aluminum foil and bake, put in oven and bake for 1 hour.
  • Note: Pork cutlets are the tenderized cheek meat of the pig. They were easy to find in Sioux City, but are non-existent elsewhere. When my brother was stationed at the base in Grand Forks, ND, he would drive down to visit Dad in South Dakota, then drive over to Sioux City and pick up a cooler full of pork cutlets. He'd pack the cooler with dry ice and and cutlets and take them back to Grand Forks. I've never found the cutlets in any of the states I've lived in, so I think they must be/have been a local thing. I sure wish I could find some!

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  • nativeprincess 3 years ago
    Another pork recipe for my husband to enjoy! I think this will be easy enough :)
    Thanks for sharing Mom's recipe (aren't they the best?) ..I will try soon!
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  • sitbynellie 3 years ago
    Nice and simple - I think I might like this!
    Thank you for posting.
    Susan
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  • daddydoug 3 years ago
    Haven't tried making pork chops this way, but a friend of mine showed me the onion soup mix technique for baking small red potatoes, sliced in half and drizzled with olive oil first. Great flavor.
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