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Stuffed Pork Chops

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14 Cup Water 1 Pound Ground pork
1 Tablespoon Parsley, dried 1 Tablespoon Cajun seasoning
12 Cup Green Onions, chopped 112 to 2 tbls Cajun seasoning
8 center cut 1" thick Pork chops  


To make stuffing, mix together ground pork, Cajun seasoning, dried parsley, and green onions. Set aside. Prepare chops by slicing open to form a pocket, then stuff ? of the stuffing into chop, season well with Cajun seasoning. Arrange chops in a large deep skillet and brown over high heat. When browned, lower heat to medium and add water. Rub chops on the bottom of the skillet to deglaze it then cover and cook about 45 minutes turning the chops occasionally. If necessary add a little water during cooking to keep chops from sticking and burning.

Makes unspecified amount.

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