Posted: 2/6/2010 2:02:56 PM
This recipe is so easy and my picky husband loves it. He even asked me to make it for his birthday dinner.
Posted: 3/12/2008 5:36:01 PM
This recipe was just ok. My boyfriend and I usually inhale leftovers the next day, but we never got around to eating these. We used the left-over biscuits for biscuits and gravy, the left-over pork chops for something else entirely and threw out the sweet potatoes. Everything was bland.
Posted: 2/26/2008 11:06:17 AM
Yummy! Though being from Vermont, I cringed to see "maple flavored" syrup. MUCH better to use the real thing!
Posted: 2/25/2008 1:35:31 PM
This was easy and quick to make and my family loved it.Anytime we try a new recipe, we vote to keep or toss after dinner. And this was a resounding keeper.
Posted: 2/22/2008 8:11:29 AM
Great combination of flavors. We loved it, but used an iron skillet with a lid. This made it easier to prepare, and I made gravy with the drippings. A little flour makes just enough roux, then some low-fat milk makes a delicious gravy.
Posted: 2/22/2008 7:05:06 AM
Fantastic, semi-quick dinner. You can pre-brown the chops, put them in the dish with the sweet potatoes and cover and refridgerate overnight. When you get home from work, take it out, micro wave it for a minute or two to warm it, add the bisquits and pop in the oven... follow the directions from there. As a part of a healthy lifestyle, you can eat a SOUL satisfying meal a couple of times a week without guilt. I cant believe we all lived as long as we did, with our mothers cooking everything in butter and bacon fat... if you get my meaning.
family of 5 said:
Posted: 7/20/2006 3:00:36 PM
This is a very good recipe. Thanks for the recipe.