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Pork Chops in Tangy Gravy

Pork Chops in Tangy Gravy - A tasty recipe for the slow cooker.

Prep Time 20 mins
Cook Time 4 hrs
Temp Low
Yield Serves 8-10

Beef patties and gravy in the slow cooker? Yes, please!

Ingredients

  • 2 Pounds lean ground beef
  • 1 Package onion mushroom soup mix
  • 1/2 Cup crushed saltine crackers
  • 1 egg
  • 1/4 Cup milk
  • 2 Tablespoons vegetable oil
  • 1/4 Cup flour
  • 2 Cans cream of mushroom soup
  • 1 Package brown gravy mix

Directions

  1. Step One

    In a large bowl, mix together beef, onion mushroom soup mix, crushed saltine crackers, egg, and milk.

  2. Step Two

    Using your hands, shape beef mixture into 8 patties.

  3. Step Three

    Heat the oil in a large skillet over medium high heat.

  4. Step Four

    Dredge the patties in flour to coat and brown on both sides.

  5. Step Five

    Place the browned patties into the slow cooker (overlapping is ok)

  6. Step Six

    In a medium bowl, prepare the brown gravy according to package instructions.

  7. Step Seven

    Mix in both cans of mushroom soup; pour gravy mixture over the patties.

  8. Step Eight

    Cook on LOW for 4 to 6 hours, or until beef is done.

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  1. Laura D.

    This is delicious! My family loves the Ikea meatballs and sauce, this tastes just like it!! Everyone from the youngest to the oldest loves this dinner.

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  2. Danyel

    Yep! We loved it! (: Going into the regular rotation for sure. My girls didn’t like it, but they don’t like anything. Sigh….the search continues for my picky girls.

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  3. Danyel

    This is gettin happy in the crock pot as I type this. After reading through the other reviews I can’t wait to try it!

  4. Vicki

    We love, love, love this recipe! My husband, my daughter, and her friends love it. I added a sweet onion to the gravy mix.

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  5. Vicki J.

    This is soooooo good!! (like Melissa said lol) I just made this for dinner and HAD to post a review. I only had 1 pound of ground beef (wish I would have had 2 now). I halved everything except the gravy part. Next time I’ll definitely make this with 2 pounds. It is so much better than frozen (banquet or OnCor brand), they’re too salty. We don’t like mushrooms so I just used onion soup mix and cream of chicken soup. One day I’m going to splurge for the Ninja 3 in 1 cooker so I can just brown the meat in the same pot. Even my picky 11 year old daughter said “I sorry but…..this is GOOD”

    Vicki

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  6. Scott

    Scott

    I made this tonight! Fantastic!

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  7. Tammy C.

    My family loves this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It’s one of our favorites~

  8. Farrah

    Two thumbs for this recipe. The boys hubs and five year old love love love this. The hubs said this is my new favorite recipe.

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  9. Carrie

    This was fantastic!! I halfed the meat and used the same amount of gravy. Served with mashed potatoes and cheesey broccoli.

    Even my 1yo loved it!

    The only thing I thougth was that if I’d used 2 lbs meat and done 8 patties, there woudln’t have been enough gravy. So if I make this for a bunch, I will double the gravy.

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  10. Richelle

    Amazing! Granted, the kids wouldn’t eat it. However, the hubby and I loved it, and my daughter loved the gravy on her mashed potatoes. My husband said, “this is a keeper! “

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  11. Ingela

    This was absolutely delicious!

    Only made some slight changes…

    I used canned roast gravy instead of packaged (because that’s what the BF brought home), added a little red wine, liquid smoke and Kitchen Bouquet to the gravy–which I mixed together in the same pan I used for browning the steaks.

    It was an amazing dinner, and one which I will definitely make again.

    Foxxy

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  12. Penny

    Huge hit with my family!!!

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  13. Debbie C

    Wow! Another great meal to add to my rotation. Gobbled up by my 14 yr old daughter, who never touches anything resembling a meatloaf and two helpings later my husband asked if he could take the leftovers to work.
    I only had Golden Mushroom on hand and this gave the gravy a rich, deep color that was beautiful served over noodles with green peas.
    Thanks again for another great recipe. You have inspired me to get back to home cooking … I even have your Taco Stew crockin’ right now for the first time (which I am sure will be another family favorite after my little taste test a few minutes ago!!)
    Happy to be Crockin’ with y’all

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  14. Melissa

    Melissa

    This recipe is sooooo good! It’s super simple! In fact, I didn’t pan fry the patties….just put the patties straight in the crockpot and they turned out just fine! This recipe is similar to a recipe my husband grew up with and they called them “old fashioned hamburgers”. This recipe is just as good and so much easier!! We serve with mashed potatoes! YUM!

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  15. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Debbie, I sure do. This would be an excellent substitute. :)

  16. Debbie D

    Do you think this will be good with ground turkey? I do not eat ground beef.

  17. cari m.

    Very good. Will definitely make again.

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  18. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Sure! You can easily sub out those cream soups for each other. Use your fave or whatever you have in the pantry :)

  19. cari m.

    I used golden mushroom soup and cream of mushroom soup i will update how it worked out

  20. cari m.

    All i have is cream of chicken will that work?

  21. BELINDA M.

    Dinner was a huge success! I served it with a side of Buttered Noodles and Corn on Cob. Hubby and kids loved it, they went back for seconds and we have no leftovers!!!

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  22. BELINDA M.

    Recipe is in the crock, 3 more hours to go! Looks amazing!

  23. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Way to go, Melissa! Thanks for sharing how you tweaked it and gave it that personal touch for your family :) Happy Crockin’ to ya!

  24. Melissa

    Melissa

    I forgot to mention that I used panko instead of crackers bc I didn’t want it to be too saltly. Also, I used chicken stock instead of water when preparing the brown gravy mix bc we loved the gravy for The Most Amazing Pork Chop recipe and I wanted it be as close to that as possible. I served it over egg noodles just as a nostalgic touch to remind me of when my grandmother would make it. The gravy turned out so nice, it clung to the noodles perfectly! A+ Amazing!

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  25. Melissa

    Melissa

    WOW! A new family fav! My husband said it reminded him of his mother’s cooking which is the BEST compliment he could give me. As ya’ll know…There is nothing better than Momma’s cookin’! Thanks!

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  26. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    I would use some kind gluten free flour like rice flour or tapioca flour. Hope it turns out great…let us know.

  27. kristen m.

    My son is allergic to wheat could I leave out the dredging in flour? And substitute Rice Chex for the saltine crackers?

  28. elicia

    I followed the recipe and it turned out great. My three kiddos loved it!! I will fix again!!!

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    Crockin Girls

    You cROCK, Nina! I love how you tweaked it to make it a healthier girl :)

  30. NINA

    Made this with whole wheat saltines, Healthy Request canned soup, low sodium gravy mix, low-fat ground beef and added a sliced onion. Delicious!

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  31. Jen H.

    LOVE THIS!!!!!! And plan on making again. My youngest didn’t like ..which worked out great for my oldest who ate the extras:)

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  32. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Malise, you can always use this version of homemade cream of chicken soup we make sometimes instead of canned soup in recipes. And there are low sodium versions of the canned soup and mixes at the store, too.
    http://crockingirls.com/recipes/homemade-cream-of-chicken-soup/

  33. Malise

    This is good, but the canned soup, boxed soup, and gravy mix make the dish WAY too salty.

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