Potato and Pork Chop Casserole

Last year's Catholic Cuisine post refers to a legend of how the devil often tempted St. Anthony in the form of a pig.  Saint Anthony was always able to resist those evil temptations.

So, for supper, we'll make Granny's Potato and Pork Chop Casserole  (It's so yummy and sooo easy!) and we'll talk about how God is stronger than the evil one and his temptations.

Potato and Pork Chop Casserole

1.  Grease the bottom of a cookie sheet that has sides.

2.  Wash, peal, and slice potatoes and place a single layer on the sheet. (I usually do about 1 per person.)

3.  Season pork chops and place on potatoes. ( I use creole seasoning.)

4.  2 cans cream of mushroom soup and about a can of milk. Mix this in a small bowl and pour over pork chops.

5.  8 oz Shredded cheddar cheese over top.

6.  Cover with foil and bake 45min to 1 hour. (It's ready when your potatoes are done.)

7.  Uncover and let cheese brown 10-15 min.

This recipe was submitted by Lori, from Busy with Blessings, for the feast of St. Anthony Abbot on January 17th.  Thank you Lori!
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  2. Perfect timing! It's as if your post was intended especially for me. I just bought 10 pounds of pork chops-on sale at .99 a pound- and a huge bag of potatoes, and a case of cream of mushroom soup. My kids love anything made with mushroom soup. Thanks for the recipe!

  3. We just got great deals on Pork as well. Thanks for sharing. This will be on our menu for Sunday.
    God Bless!