Cans Get You Cooking | Recipe and a Giveaway

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For my July “Cans Get You Cooking” blog post, I have the easiest way to fix pork chops using 2 cans of Campbell’s Golden Pork Gravy!  I got the idea from my sister Laura.  We had a conversation one day about my lack of pork chop recipes and she suggested this recipe.


Okay, this really isn’t much of a recipe, but it is SO GOOD!


Take a look!



All you need to do is season the pork chops with salt and pepper, melt a teaspoon of butter in the pan over medium heat, brown the chops on both sides, and add the gravy.  Simmer for an hour and a half (flipping the chops over half way through the cooking time).



Dave and I love it!  You could also add a can of (drained) mushrooms if you’d like at the end.  You’ve got to make mashed potatoes with this, it’s the best!



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According to a University of California, Davis Study, many canned fruits and vegetables have the same nutrients as their fresh or frozen counterparts.


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    Jean Whitaker says

    I love how a can of mushroom soup can make the best gravy on anything! It is my “go to” recipe for a quick and easy dinner-brown any meat you like and then add a can of mushroom soup-simmer till the meat is cooked thru and DONE! din din is on the table-with a salad you are good to go

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    Sharon O. says

    I love Chicken Stroganoff made in the crock-pot. It uses a can of cream of chicken soup, which I usually don’t like, but it works great in this recipe. Thanks!

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    April Yedinak says

    Macaroni and cheese with tomatoes. I use canned petite diced tomatoes. It is my favorite comfort food.

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    Gloria Richards says

    I like to to take a can of French Onion Soup and pour it over pork steaks. (as few as two as many as eight). Add a half can of water. Bake at 350 F. for 45 to 60 min or until tender, The wonderful juice, add more broth if needed, can be thicken for gravy or used au jus with crusty French bread . This is so easy and has been a stand by for years. (Even people that don’t like onions have loved it, just don’t tell them what it is!) :)

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    Darlene Owen says

    I like Shrimp chowder, using a can of shrimp, a can of cream of potato soup, a can of cream of corn.

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    jengd says

    I LOVE my tuna casserole recipe- it was my fav food as a kid. Yeah. I’m weird. It uses canned tuna and canned soup both.

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    Natalie J Vandenberghe says

    I have a couple favorites recipes: Taco Bake and Zucchini Casserole (they both use canned soup) and Calico Beans (uses four different kinds of canned beans). Thanks for the giveaway.

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    Wild Orchid says

    I love making chicken and rice with gravy, with canned cream of mushroom soup. Entered the rafflecopter as “Wild orchid”

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

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    Sandra K321 says

    I make chicken over noodles with cans of cream of asparagus, celery, mushroom, and/or chicken. I brown the chicken, add the soups, and then add sliced mushrooms and grated carrots. Then I let it simmer for about 45 minutes.

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    Carolsue says

    My favorite recipe is a chicken and stuffing casserole which uses Cream of Mushroom (or Celery) soup


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