Old Faithful

4 med.-thick lamb or pork chops
1 c. raw rice
1 can consumme or broth or bouillon (chicken is best)
1 pinch marjoram
1 pinch thyme
1 Lg. onion
2 ripe tomatoes
1/2 green pepper, cut in rings
Salt, Pepper
2 Tbl fat

Brown the pork chops in the fat in a pan. While they’re browning, put the rice in the bottom of a greased casserole dish, and then slice the vegetables. Next, lay the chops on the rice and top each one with slices of onion, tomato and green pepper, salting and peppering a bit as you go. Pour consumme in, add the marjoram and thyme, and let it fend for itself in a 350°F oven for an hour.

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Small changes that Mom made to this:

Season the chops while they are browning. Put the marjoram and thyme directly onto the rice. Used 2 cups or low sodium chicken bouillon from cubes or packages.

Layer as follows:

Green Pepper

Usually use one slice onion, one slice green pepper, and as many tomatoes as can get away with on each chop!!!

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