My childhood pork chop meal was either fried or shake and bake. The fried were usually overdone (from what I know now) and I don't like breading on meat, but I still liked pork chops.
I cook a similar (but different) version of your meal grilling fool. Lightly brown 4-5 chops, add some minute rice, a couple small cans of cream of mushroom soup, some milk and a can of green beans with some of the juice. Besides the usual salt and pepper, a little McCormicks steak seasoning on the chops, I like to add a few drops of something hot, like that garlic pepper sauce or something. It adds something extra to the rice. Then I cover and simmer for 30-45 minutes, it doesn't take long.
You can't go wrong with assorted chops, which usually have more fat and really
add to the flavor
That recipe sounds like it would make an awesome sauce on mashed spuds, simpleisgood.
$1.25 for six lbs?! You're a thief
Send some my way!