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Stove-Top Stuffed Pork Chops

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Stove-Top Stuffed Pork Chops out of the oven “cut with a fork” tender and so flavorful from the thyme and the stuffing. Add a vegetable or salad and you’ve got dinner ready.

stove top stuffed pork chops in glass casserole dish with fresh thyme

 I’ve said it before on here, pork is probably my family’s least favorite meat but with prices as they are, it’s also the least expensive lately.  If you cook pork too long it’s drier than ever, if you don’t season it well it’s as bland as ever, and if you have a family of naysayers you have to be creative.  
I will admit, it took a long time for me to be able to understand pork needs extra attention.  I am to blame for my family’s dislike of the other white meat.

Now, I can honestly say I have seen the light and am on the path to correcting their dislike with this stuffed pork chops with Stove-Top stuffing recipe.

casserole dish with pork chops and stove top stuffing

This is the recipe that has pork moving up on dinner ideas for my family.  Best part of this is that you can use leftover stuffing or the store-bought kind PLUS if you prefer to NOT use the “canned creamed soups” you can make the condensed creamed soup from scratch.

You may also enjoy this easy chicken and stuffing bake, too.

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Printable Stove-Top Stuffed Pork Chops Recipe

Stove-Top Stuffed Pork Chops

Stove-Top Stuffed Pork Chops out of the oven "cut with a fork" tender and so flavorful from the thyme and the stuffing. Add a vegetable or salad and you've got dinner ready.
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Author: Lisa Kerhin


  • 2 1/2 - 3 cups stuffing homemade or store bought
  • 2 tbsp Oil
  • 4 boneless pork chops trimmed of visible fat
  • 1 1/4 cups of DIY condensed cream of mushroom soup recipe is for cream of chicken but you can substitute mushrooms easily – or use 1 can of cream of mushroom soup
  • 2 garlic cloves minced
  • 2 tsp fresh thyme
  • Pepper
  • 1 tbsp chopped parsley


  • Prepare stuffing according to directions. Spray a baking dish with nonstick spray.
  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Season pork chops with the pepper. Heat oil in frying pan and when hot, add the pork chops and brown on both sides for about for 4 minutes per side.
  • Place pork chops into prepared baking dish.
  • If you are using the homemade condensed soup, you will only need half of the recipe (1 1/4 cups). If you are using the canned condensed soup, you will use the entire can. Mix soup with thyme and garlic then spoon soup evenly over the pork chops.
  • Top with stuffing and sprinkle the parsley over the stuffing. (You will have a bit of the stuffing leftover – I used about 3/4 - 1 cup pork chop).
  • Bake uncovered for about 30 - 45 minutes in oven or until pork chops are cooked through.
  • I like to turn on the broiler the last couple of minutes to toast the top of the stuffing.

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  1. The ingredient list calls for garlic and thyme but the body of the recipe mentions garlic, rosemary and ‘left over’parsley. That was a little confusing but it’s in the oven and I’m looking forward to trying it!

    1. Thanks Gail for catching that! I’ve corrected it. Thyme is used in this recipe, not rosemary (although it’s just as good with that herb, too)

  2. Made this Recipe , but I Sauteed fresh Mushrooms to put on top of the Pork Chops before putting the Cream of Mushroom soup over them. Came out Delicious !!!

  3. Tried using half can of soup and half milk to reduce sodium. Also, covered for 30 minutes and uncovered 20. A little dry but meat was tender. Sodium in soup and Stove Top is very high.

    1. You can purchase low sodium stovetop stuffing and low sodium soups, still makes a delicious meal.😊

  4. So you don’t really stuff the pork chops? I have very thick pork chops and was wondering if the meat would cook accordingly of I just put the stuffing inside.

    1. Hi Norma, I’ve never baked the recipe with the stuffing inside the pork chops but I would think the cook time would be a bit longer. My suggestion would be to Google baked stuffed pork chops for a time estimate and go from there.

  5. 5 stars
    This was totally delicious! Comfort food at it’s finest! I added some sliced fresh mushrooms I had on hand- and I sautéed them in the pan juices From browned the pork chops. Wonderful flavors, AND we have enough for tomorrow night’s dinner too. Thanks for this recipe!

  6. We love this pork stuffed pork chop that I also do it with chicken. Delicious. I have passes it on to my daughter and her family loves it. Thank you

  7. I want to try this, i have been looking for a stuffed porkchop recipe and this looks tasty. but i don’t see or understand the part where you stuff the porkchop.

  8. I think the store condensed soup was to thick. I will thin it down next time. The recipe was ok but not my favorite. I will experiment a little next time but I think a great starting point. Ty for the recipe!!!