Horseradish Pork Chops
Pork chops with a creamy horseradish topping. Delicious and easy but not low fat. We always serve with wild rice and green beans on the side.
Pork chops with a creamy horseradish topping. Delicious and easy but not low fat. We always serve with wild rice and green beans on the side.
These were great *IF* you like horseradish...a definite prerequisite! I also added various spices to the chops before I piled the crumb topping on--salt, pepper, cayenne, oregano, garlic powder and basil. Just eyeballed the spices and added per my own taste. I also baked them atop slices of onions which baked up crisp tender with a wonderful flavor from the juices/spices. Finally, I started to put the chops under the broiler for a few minutes after they were done to crisp up the crumb mixture since it seemed a little 'wet' and I was SO glad I tasted it first! Where this dish is lacking in presentation, it definitely makes up for in flavor. This is an easy, quick and delicious weeknight meal with the perfect amount of horseradish and tender, succulent meat to boot.Read More
i truly hate to review a recipe this low...but it is what is. this was a waste of great pork chops. i followed the recipe. i love horseradissh. really no taste at all. i will not waste chops here again...sorry about the low rating, just 4 ingredients..it sounded great...but.Read More
These were great *IF* you like horseradish...a definite prerequisite! I also added various spices to the chops before I piled the crumb topping on--salt, pepper, cayenne, oregano, garlic powder and basil. Just eyeballed the spices and added per my own taste. I also baked them atop slices of onions which baked up crisp tender with a wonderful flavor from the juices/spices. Finally, I started to put the chops under the broiler for a few minutes after they were done to crisp up the crumb mixture since it seemed a little 'wet' and I was SO glad I tasted it first! Where this dish is lacking in presentation, it definitely makes up for in flavor. This is an easy, quick and delicious weeknight meal with the perfect amount of horseradish and tender, succulent meat to boot.
This came out with a distinct flavor and tasted wonderful. The only problem I saw was that I pulled the pork chops out 5 minutes early and they were dry and overdone, but that is easily fixed. Overall, a solid recipe with some tweaking of the cooking time/heat.
i truly hate to review a recipe this low...but it is what is. this was a waste of great pork chops. i followed the recipe. i love horseradissh. really no taste at all. i will not waste chops here again...sorry about the low rating, just 4 ingredients..it sounded great...but.
I was looking for something new to do with pork chops when I came across this recipe.I read thru the majority of the reviews and combined suggestions from a few of them:placed the chops on onion slices,seasoned with s&p and garlic powder,made the topping exactly as listed,baked for 30 min( my chops were thin cut) then broiled for 5 min....result..my husband said they were the best pork chops I ever made...and I've been cooking for him for 26 years.
OMG ... to die for!!! How can anything this easy be this delicious. But believe it, it is :)
It is delicious, I used ground horseradish and not creamy style, it has much more bite!!
I was skeptical about this but wanted to make something easy so i tried this. Only change was using bone in chops. This was delicious. Thanks submitter. Served with Betty Crocker au gratin potatoes, apple sauce and corn. The potatoes can cook in the oven along with the chops.
This is so easy and so good! We usually add extra horseradish but that is just because we like spicy. I normally only need to cook a total of 30 minutes in the oven but that of course just depends on the size of your pork chops (thickness).
This made delicious, moist pork chops! The topping was creamy and the horseradish flavor was mild, not harsh. Based on other reviews, I did layer some sliced onions on the bottom of the pan, season the pork with salt, pepper, and garlic powder, and decreased the cooking time to 35 minutes at 350 and 5 minutes under the broiler.
Overall five stars for ease of recipe and tastiness! It was almost too easy to prepare and stick in the oven. The horseradish adds the perfect zing. Definitely a new go to for a quick dinner!
Made this last night and I thought it was great, I took another reviewers advice and placed chops on top of onion slices, I also didn't have bread crumbs so I used finely crushed Ritz crackers, and broiled the last 5 minutes turned out perfect!
WOW...couldn't ask for an easier meal to make! And so delicious!!! The pork chops were so tender and moist..I could go on and on.....try it you'll like it! Well, you do have to like a horseradish taste! btw, it makes it's own gravy while cooking....delish on brown rice.
These were absolutely delicious!! My hubby and I are cooking new things together and we absolutely loved it!! Kudos to the cook on this one!! It is not only delicious but super easy!! We will be trying more from this cook!
It was good and I don't even like horseradish that much. I added some seasoning to the pork chops; salt, pepper, garlic powder and onion powder. I also used fresh grated horseradish instead if the creamy. I wish I had taken the advice of others and broiled it the last few minutes to get a crispy topping. Other than that, I really liked it and will definitely make it again.
These are my favorite pork chops!!!! Very flavorful!
This was great! Added sweet texas onions to the bottom of the pan. I might add just a smidge more horseradish next time.
Really unique taste, but didn't turn out right.. Ended up having more of a bread crumb stuffing looking toping. With some changes, and a lot of adjustments (brining!) this recipe could be amazing. Gonna do it again, but going to be changing it. a LOT. Was edible and good enough, but not enough to rave over.
Very easy-very flavorfull.
Very nice taste, great way to spice up pork chops. My kids don't like horseradish and they ate up this recipe!
I cooked mine over a few slices of onion and used 1/2 c of panko and 1/4 c od bread crumbs. It was awesome. It smelled delicious and tasted pretty good. Cooking time is dependent on the thickness of your pork chop.
We thought this was s great way to prepare boneless pork chops & they were delicious. Took little time to prepare &. I am not wild about horseradish but it was great in this recipe & my husband loved it & he loves horseradish
Very good recipe. I sprinkled some paprika and parsley on top and turned the heat up at the end to brown the topping. Very juicy and bf loved them.
This was SO simple yet quite good. All I added were salt & pepper to the pork chops before coating them with the horseradish/breadcrumb mixture. OK, so I probably added more horesradish than the recipe called for - - only because we LOVE it. Thanks, Kim, for a delicious and easy recipe. It's great for those busy weeknights.
My husband & I enjoyed this recipe. I do admit to marinating the pork first to ensure it was tender. Very easy & delicious.
Excellent and easy dinner. My husband loved it and so did my mother-in law. Can't wait to make it again
Yummy!!!! My porkchops were thin so I cut back cooking time to 30 minutes and then broiled for 5 minutes to get topping golden.
Outstanding! Moist and lots of flavor. Next time I might add more horseradish
Very good recipe as is, but it is also excellent with a mixture of ground horseradish and apple sauce. The bite of the horseradish and the sweetness of the apple sauce is a great combo with pork.
all I can say is Awesome!
These were pretty good. I did place them under the broiler as other reviewers suggested to develop a crust. I also used Panko crumbs instead of regular bread crumbs. We love horseradish, but this loses the bite after baking. The next time I think I will add some paprika and more horseradish to attempt to increase the "bite".
I greased a broiling pan and used that instead of the baking dish. I also baked at 350 for 35 mins then broiled as suggested. The top crisped up nicely but the bottom was soggy. I want to try these again because of ease of preparation. Think next time I will only spread half the topping on top side, bake, flip and spread the other side with remaining topping and continue baking. Then broil each side a few mins. I bet crushed up stuffing mix would add even more flavor. Served with baked mac and cheese and green beans with corn and dill butter. Great use of some homemade breadcrumbs from the freezer.
Served these the other night to a very picky husband, and he just loved them!!! This is so easy to fix with great results. I would serve this to company, too. Delicious!
Such a simple yet delicious recipe!
Incredibly easy to make and delicious! However, there is absolutely no reason to bake these for 45 minutes. I baked them at 450 degrees for 30 minutes and they were tender and juicy.
The pork tasted great, but it took forever to cook. Apparently the pork you get from Costco are cut super thick so it took over 1 1/2 hours to cook. If the chop is over an inch filet them or it will take too long to cook. Otherwise a great tasting dish.
This was amazing! I thought it would be too strong with that much horseradish, but it was perfect. I used Panko bread crumbs, because that is what I had.
Fabulous! So easy. Came out tasty and moist. Took about 35 minutes instead of 45 minutes to cook in the oven. Best chops I've ever eaten!
Everyone in my family really liked this recipe. I thank you very much.
This is a great, flavorful, quick week night preparation. I've also done this with boneless, skinless chicken breast and it turns out great every time.
So easy and so tasty. I am not a huge fan of horseradish so I used about half of the amount called for. Will be making this again!
wow! VERY GOOD recipe! Just got done eating the chops! I will be making these more often! The only thing I changed was bone-in and cooked it a little longer more like an hour. I like color to food and this was it brought the chops nice rich brown and tender! GREAT!
Something different, delicious, and easy to make! I seasoned my pork chops with seasoned salt, pepper, garlic powder, and onion powder before adding the topping. I also only baked them for 20 minutes and stuck them under the broiler for about 5 min to try to get the topping to crisp a little.
Made this with pork chops with the bone still in. Quite good even though the horseradish "bite" bakes out. I would make it again. We served it with cole slaw and it was a nice match.
I made them for my boyfriend he liked the way it was cooked but didn't really like the horseradish (and he loves horseradish) so I'll use this as a point of reference for cooking it but I won't use the horseradish again which I think probably defeats the purpose of the whole recipe.
Very tender and juicy pork chops. This recipe is a keeper.
4 stars only because I think the butter is too much - I'd use half or less. I did use jarred grated horseradish, not creamy, and it was indeed delicious...and so easy. Thanks!
Fantastic! Most recipes I find here tend to be too bland for Me, not so this one. Served with steamed cabbage and applesauce, it was a hit!
I thought this was simple to make and tasty. I had everything on hand and followed the directions as indicated. I used thin boneless pork chops and next time I will bake them for 30 minutes. They were a little dry from over cooking, but otherwise, delicious. The amount of horseradish might sound strong, but the bread crumbs and butter seemed to dilute it to a mild level.
I made this recipe for my husband b/c he really likes spicy dishes and I'm not fond of spicy. I do like horseradish! I tried this and we all enjoyed it! I like how the horseradish tastes after being cooked. Will def be making this again! Thanks.
This was really good. I have to say, I did not read the instructions all the way through and realized after they were in the oven what my errors were. But because they were so delicious, I decided to share my mistakes. First, I used Panko bread crumbs which soak up the butter and horseradish quickly. I also coated both sides of my chops, so had to double the recipe. Because I used Panko crumbs, I knew to salt and pepper the coating before spreading it on. The coating was superb. Since I had coated both sides, I chose to turn the chops over halfway through. The chops were juicy and tender as well as very flavorful. But I like to taste the meat, not the seasoning, so if you are looking for a recipe which will change the flavor of the meat, this is not the recipe for you (ie, if you put steak sauce or ketchup on your meat). Both of us agreed this recipe is a keeper and the simplicity alone makes it a 5-star recipe. Oh, I did like the onion idea from another reviewer so will try that next time. Thanks.
Great and easy recipe! I do usually add a little extra horseradish, as you tend to lose a little of the horseradish flavor once it cooks. But otherwise a great recipe.
Made this last night and loved it. I did add a bit more horseradish since I love it. Definetly will make it again
Yummy!!! This is a must make!!
I absolutely LOVED these!!! I love horseradish, & adding them to the bread crumbs and butter made an amazingly good topping on the chops. And the chops were very tender! A very simple & quick recipe.
Truly distinct and wonderful! Made it just as shown and we loved it. This is going in our rotation!
I gave this 5 stars because it was super easy and the taste was delish! However, we like a bit more seasoning, so I did season the pork chops with garlic powder, salt and pepper then spooned the mixture on top. My chops were about 1/2" thick so baked for 30 min then broiled top for 5 min. Thank you Kim for sharing this recipe!! Will definitely make them again soon!
We loved these chops. I didn't have any bread crumbs, so I crushed Town House crackers. Also, maybe my stupidity, but I expected it to be a breaded pork chop. I put the very wet breading on both sides of the chops. The bottom was still very wet...not crisp. But the pork was well done. Great taste though.
I added some garlic powder, salt and pepper to the chops then seared them first because they were thick and I wanted to lock in the moister of the meat. I also added a little Panko to the herb seasoned bread crumbs. Baked for about 20 minutes then broiled the top to give the bread crumbs some crispiness. Came out really juicy and tasty.
Although the recipe is for four servings, I cooked two pork chops. I prepared, however, the horseradish coating as if for four. In other words, I had plenty of the coating, a good thing, because it is tasty. I also substituted ground horseradish for half of the creamy horseradish sauce. It turned out well: the pork chops were moist and flavorful. The horseradish coating nicely complimented the pork. In all, this recipe makes a nice addition to the permanent collection.
I recently made this pork chop recipe in the toaster oven. For the two of us, I used two thick cut boneless chops that had been previously brined, and used the full crumb mixture from the recipe. I used Panko crumbs. Be careful not to over cook. I cooked ours 20 min. at 375 degrees. If you like horseradish like we do, this is a quick and easy must try recipe. Enjoy.
Super easy! Love, love. Need I say more?
The second time around I seasoned the pork with a little salt and pepper before adding the mixture, then I stopped baking five minutes early and broiled for three minutes to toast the breadcrumbs. This is a real winner based on simplicity, flavor, and flexibility.
My son loved this recipe. Me, not so much.
I've made this recipe several times and every!!! Time it comes out just as good as the last. Diffently a keeper
Yummy!! Just add a little wasabi for another zing!!
I included a little broth so the chops would not dry out. Flavor was light I think I would add some spices on the chop before the topping next time. The broth made the chops very tender.
I followed the recipe to a T, but they definitely came out way too strong! All anyone could taste was horseradish!
I followed the suggestions from some reviews (onion slices on the bottom, and season the pork) - it Turned out great. Everyone loved the taste. Super easy to make.
Not impressed. The crumb mixture had a nice flavor, however it was too soggy even with an extra 10 minutes in the oven. The meat itself was bland; I put salt & pepper on it before cooking which helped a little. Will not be making this one again.
this was excellent! we all really enjoyed it in the pork chops came out very juicy. I followed other reviewers suggestions and seasoned with salt and pepper before spreading.
This was just OK. If I make it again, I'll cut back on butter, the topping never really got crisp, it stayed mushy.
This recipe has become our favorite way to fix and eat pork chops. I usually only cook two chops but I use the full recipe for the topping because it is so good. The first time I made them, I cooked them for almost the whole time given in the recipe. They were overlooked, so I have shortened the baking time and they come out perfect each time. I have passed this recipe on to several people as it is too good not to share. Love, love, love them!!
Great recipe! Used thick, stuffed pork chops and pinko bread crumbs. Followed others and seasoned with salt, pepper, garlic powder and oregano. Baked for 1 1/2 hours. No need to put under the broiler as the crumbs were brown enough and had formed a nice crust. Smelled heavenly while cooking!
4 ingredients and quick prep...what's not to like? Purchased some boneless pork chops on sale and was looking for an easy recipe that wouldn't leave the chops dry. This recipe fit the bill. House smelled great while they were cooking and the taste was even better. Husband and kids loved it too. Chops were nice and moist (used thick 1 1/2 inch chops). Served with some green beans and mashed potatoes. Will definitely be making again.
I don't know why no matter how accurately I follow any recipe my pork always comes out like rubber :(
Simple fast and delicious. I made mine ahead of time and reheated the chops with scoops of the sauce on top for 1 minute after work. A delicious weeknight dinner.
made no changes
As suggested I baked it on a bed of onions with the extra spices it was delicious moist and flavourful with a nice little kick from the horseradish
This was incredible!! We had chops and my husband wanted to grill them and I was looking for something new so I cooked half with the changes below and he grilled his half. Once he tasted mine he said we had to use this recipe again, they were the most moist and flavorful chops he had ever eaten. We had them again 4 days later, lol. I substituted evoo in place of butter and used Italian bread crumbs in the topping mix. Placed sliced onions in bottom of baking dish with a little evoo and this kept the chops moist and the onions made a nice side as well. Thanks for the recipe! Oh by the way... this is my first review, that's how good they are.
I grew up with horseradish, my family grew it, processed it and sold it. My husband and I enjoyed them. They where moist juicy and tender. I followed recipe, and will be making them again.
When I tasted the coating before putting it on the pork chops, it was extremely horseradishy and I worried that it would be too spicy for my family. Because of that, I put it on only one side. My family reported that it mellowed considerably during baking. End result? They loved it and want me to make it again. That will be very easy to do, since it only has 4 ingredients, including the pork chops.
Not something I would make again. We ended up scraping the horseradish stuff off of the pork chops because it was like stuffing texture with horseradish taste - not very appetizing.
Delicious, I did as other reviewers and placed sliced onions as a base and seasoned the chops. Broiled for a few at the end and they were great. I would definitely make again!
One of the easiest dinners ever. This is great! The horseradish is not overwhelming. I broil for a few minutes at the end to brown the breading a bit.
I was very surprised with the combination of horseradish and pork. My very picky 6 year old even ate this up! I used almond flour instead of bread crumbs since we are gluten free and cut up some red potatoes an threw them in the pan with the pork. Served it with sauteed kale and baked onins, too.
My husband loves horseradish and I can take it in small doses, but this recipe, when used with creamy hr, has a great flavor. He had three for dinner. Only change is I did add a little paprika and garlic salt to mixture. Will make again very soon.
Simple and delicious
Even with the extra hot horseradish, this dish lacked the kick I expected. Some tinkering may be required
I thought this recipe was okay. I followed the advice of the other reviewers and put onion under the pork chop. Im sorry to say my family wasn't impressed.
Wow! This recipe is a keeper. It was so good and easy too. I put the chops on a bed of onion and also put it under the broiler for a few minutes to crispy up the topping a bit, as one reviewer mentioned. Thanks so much for the recipe.
So very easy and so wonderful. Everyone in my family loved these and we will be making them again. Thank you so much for this recipe!! YUM!