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Boneless Pork Chops with Mushrooms & Thyme

August/September 2005, EatingWell Serves Two, The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

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Although this supper is made to serve two, you can double or triple the recipe so it becomes a family meal that's big on taste but still very healthy. If you'd rather not use vermouth, substitute unsweetened apple juice.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I had no fresh thyme so substituted ground dried thyme. Even without the lovely flavor and smell of fresh thyme, this was heavenly. Very simple, meat tender, and sauce sublime. Served with coucous and asparagus this was a special meal...
Boneless Pork Chops with Mushrooms & Thyme

13 Reviews for Boneless Pork Chops with Mushrooms & Thyme

03/06/2012
Anonymous
Fantastic

This recipe was delicious... I added a tbsp of half and half at the end (only added 20 calories) and it made the sauce so creamy and delicious. I also used dried thyme. GREAT recipe!

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10/19/2011
Unique and yummy

We loved it -- we didn't have vermouth on hand so used white wine -- still very good -- wanna try vermouth though

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10/06/2011
A definite keeper

Left out the thyme and used dry sherry instead of vermouth. Delicious!!!!!

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02/27/2011
Delicious!

Easy & so tasty!

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11/02/2010
Anonymous

I had no fresh thyme so substituted ground dried thyme. Even without the lovely flavor and smell of fresh thyme, this was heavenly. Very simple, meat tender, and sauce sublime. Served with coucous and asparagus this was a special meal for a regular weeknight dinner. Good enough for company or other special meal.

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