Crockin’ Pork Chops

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Prep Time 15 mins
Cook Time 8 hrs
Temp Low
Yield Serves 4

Delicious pork chops with sauce that come out tender and flavorful.

Ingredients

  • 1 Package Boneless center cut pork chops
  • 1 Package Pork or brown gravy mix
  • 1 Can Cream of Chicken or Cream of Mushroom soup
  • 1 Can Water

Directions

  1. Step One

    Lightly brown pork chops in a skillet.

  2. Step Two

    Meanwhile, in a bowl mix soup, gravy mix, and water together.

  3. Step Three

    Place browned pork chops in Crock-Pot® and pour soup and gravy mixture on top.

  4. Step Four

    Cook on low for 8 hours. Serve over mashed potatoes, cooked noodles, or steamed rice.

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  1. stacey

    These were amazing. I did brown them first and they were moist and fell off the bone. I served them over brown rice

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  2. Barb

    Excellent! I didn’t brown the pork chops. Pork falls apart. Absolutely delicious.

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  3. Stephanie

    These were delicious! I forgot to brown the pork chops first and they were fine. I used cream of chicken and pork gravy mix. I used 2 cans of water to make more “sauce”. I served these on top of buttered noodles. My husband doesn’t really like pork chops and he loved these! Can’t wait to make again!

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  4. Kimberly

    Kimberly

    These turned out wonderful! I was in a hurry to get my crock ready before going to work and missed the part about browning my pork chops; it didn’t matter. They tasted wonderful!! No leftovers!!

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  5. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    You can start with frozen or thawed, Carolyn. Low for 8 hours might be too long if your crock cooks hot, so just watch your meat the first time and see if it’s done around the 6 hour mark. Some crocks boil on low and will overcook your food it you’re not careful. If you start out with frozen meat, you can add an hour or 2 to your cook time.

    Happy Crockin’ to ya, girl!
    ~Dannette

  6. Carolyn

    Do you cook them frozen or thawed?

  7. Misty

    This was INCREDIBLE! I followed the recipe to a T (used cream of chicken). It was unbelievably tender and so flavorful! Thanks to my southern ladies for helping out a single mommy with fast tasty meals!

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  8. Linzi C.

    Linzi C.

    So awesome!!

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    Linzi C.

    Trying this with a pork tenderloin tonight, very excited!

  10. Karen

    These turned out terrific! I served these at a dinner with three generations of our family, and everyone from seniors to little kids gave them rave reviews! Thanks for a wonderful recipe that can be enjoyed by all.

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  11. Gary

    These were great. I added 1 envelope of onion soup mix and I used turkey gravy mix instead of brown gravy with the mushroom soup. Perfect served up with basmati gingered rice and green beans. I used white wine in place of the water.

  12. Beth R.

    Beth R.

    This is good. I make a similar recipe with just a can of cream of chicken. The brown gravy mix gives it a little more color. If you cook them from frozen, you don’t need to add water.

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  13. Summer

    These were so good. I used the brown gravy mix and cream of chicken and everyone loved it.

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