Thursday, February 9, 2012

What's for Dinner #1


Brown your chops in a little bit of olive oil.
Add a medium onion, sliced, green or red or a combination of pepper, sliced. I use red.
2 stalks of celery, diced.
Kosher Salt and Pepper to taste.
Add 4-5 Tablespoons of rice, your choice. I prefer brown since it's suppose to be better for us, just DO NOT use instant. Use real rice!
Pour a can of diced tomatoes over the top. (I prefer the fire roasted tomatoes with juice) They have so much more flavor. Add just enough water to rinse the can out. (just a couple of tablespoons)
Cover your skillet and let it simmer on low heat for about an hour.
At the very end add a small bag of frozen peas.  
It is a one pot meal and it is so good and easy.

I serve it with a side tossed salad and a piece of crusty bread.
Leftovers are excellent.

Love and hugs!
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  1. You're making my mouth water. Thanks for sharing at our Link It Up Thursday party.

  2. My hubby would love this! The salad looks yummy, too! ♥

  3. Gotta love a one-pot wonder! Looks wonderful!


  4. OMG! This looks so good. I will have to try this one.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Sorry it took so long getting back. My son had an auto accident and everything has been hectic.
    I am following,
    Have a great weekend.

  5. Oh, forgot to tell you, I love your header! Hugs,

  6. This looks delicious, Ginger. I love pork chops, and that salad looks yummy too. I've cooked for so many years, that I haven't been cooking many big meals lately. Plus, the kids are all grown - just me and hubby.
    ~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

  7. I'm a fan of one potters, tfs, this looks good :D

  8. I am not a pea fan, but otherwise I would say this is a definite one to try. Thanks for sharing.

  9. I love smothered pork chops, and any kind of comforting one pot meals. I cans see the steam and smell the yummy fragrance from your dish:DDD
    Thanks for commenting on my blog (sorry, I don't see where you are following me on my blog; maybe under a different name?)

  10. Oh my gosh, it sounds delicious! I've got to try it! We're having pork chops tonight for dinner, I sure wish I would have been on the computer sooner to have seen this!

  11. DELISH! Thank you for linking up to the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop linky party. Sending Happy Weekend Wishes! .xo

  12. This looks wonderful and I bet you could do it with chicken too. I agree about the brown rice. I use that or rice pilaf. Hope you are having a good weekend...Happy Sunday.

  13. Hi Ginger. Sorry I haven't been by. Trying to play some catchup. The reno took all my time. Still have a lot to do so time is still limited for another month or so, but stopping in where I can until I can get back to normal.

    Like your header photo. Very pretty. And that meal is making my mouth water. Looks great. Have a nice day.

    Cher Sunray Gardens

    1. Hey I just added you on the linky follower. :)

  14. Just stopping by to wish you a Happy Valentine's Day Ginger!


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