This recipe was enjoyed by my family when I was growing up. My dad made it and we gobbled it right up everytime! He also made this recipe for me on my birthdays.
4 center cut pork chops
1 medium Vidalia onion
1/2 cup flour
1/4 stick butter or margarine
4 cups water
In a 10-inch skillet add butter or margarine and heat until melted. Flour and brown chops on all sides. Cover pork chops 3/4 of the way with water at room temperature, about 3 cups. Slice onions into rings. Bring chops to a boil and top with onions. Lower chops to a simmer and simmer for 2-3 hours. Chops are done when fork inserts easily.
Remove chops and set aside. Add remaining flour and water and bring to a boil and stir until liquid is thickened into a gravy sauce. Serve with cinnamon or natural applesauce.
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