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I did it the lazy way and for 2 people. I agree that the sauce is very good over potatoes so:
I cut up 3 potatoes and used about 1 cup chopped onion and put into bottom of crockpot. I put the pork chops on top. Then I mixed the sauce ingredients ( I left out olive oil obviously and used minced garlic in replacement of the cloves)and poured over pork chops. Then I cooked on low for 8 hours while I was at work. Very good! I threw a corn steamer in the microwave and we were ready to eat!! Thanks for posting!!
I thought this recipe was unbelievably good! BUT, I did add a whole lot more spices than the actual recipe calls for, because I'm big on flavor! I used a whole diced onion, 4-5 garlic cloves, double the chili powder, cumin, a little cinnamon, and then I ended up adding about 1 tbsp. brown sugar to cut the sourness of the ketchup & worcestershire sauce. The sauce was perfect with the fried potatoes I served on the side. Will definitely be making this again & again.
Scrumdiddlyumptious! I made these this evening (put them in the pot this afternoon)! My husband and I both thought these had a flavorful zest that penetrated through the meat creating a fall off the bone pork chop paradise:)
Awesome!! I shredded left ovr's the next night and mixed w sauce and made sloppy joes n homeade fries!! I used boneless chops and will use bone in next time to compare! I also used chili sauce instead of the ketchup and chili powder (pretty much the same thing) and I used white zin instead of water and browned chops!! I also used my Le Cruset pan instead of cooking in crock pot because I ran out of time and really wanted to make it, it was fab... will def make again...
We really liked these. I love that it's a quick weeknight meal. I used apple juice instead of water and only used 1/4 cup. This makes a nice gravy to serve over mashed potatoes.
The sauce did not penetrate the chops enough for us. Not bad, but no plans to make again.
Made this for dinner last night, the meat was fall apart tender but the flavor of the sauce did not penatrate into the meat. Next time I will use tomato paste instead of ketchup. I give this a 3 star, my wife gives it a four star, so our overall rating is 3.5 star.
These were really good, and easy to put together. Because I was short on time, I used bottled chili sauce, dried onions, and garlic powder. Then the best part letting the slow cooker do all the work. They were tender and tangy. I will be making these again. Thanks.
So nice to find a pork chop recipe for the crock pot that doesn't involve a can of 'cream of' soup! Made this tonight & really liked it. Made very few changes - browned the onions in bacon fat because it was there, and I only did 1/4 cup of water after reading the other reviews. IMO 1/4c water was plenty. I did add just a little bit of cumin because I like the smokey taste it gives - everything else was as written. I had 4, 1" boneless chops & they were fork tender at 5 hours on low. I served these over homemade cornmeal waffles & it was terrific. Little hint of heat, nice flavor & a change from the same ol' same ol'. Thanks!
These were so unbelievably fall apart delicious!I don't normally even buy pork chops anymore because I can never get them tasty or tender enough.Problem solved!I used 4 pork chops,no bone.I cooked them on high for 2 hours and then on low for 2 hours.I served them with fried rice and the leftover sauce was good on the rice also.