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!
Seasoned chops with salt, pepper, and chili powder. Sauteed onion then removed from pan and then seared pork chops in same pan a bit. Mixed sauce together with onions then removed pork chops from pan, added sauce, brought to a boil, then added pork chops and let them cook in the sauce for about 20 minutes. Served with loaded mashed potatoes, croissants, and green beans.
My family loves these pork chops!! I have made them once a week since I found this recipe. We love it over white rice!! You can not go wrong with this one!!!!
This was the BEST porkchop recipe I've ever made! My boyfriend and I really loved it.. will make this again and again and again in our home. The meat really does fall off the bone... sooo tender! And not as fatty as some of those other creamy mushroom soup/pork chop recipes. Thank you!
this was a great recipe. i was a little worried about the ketchup, but it turned out great. i followed the recipe but added a little more chili powder. i would also have to agree to cut the water down a little bit. the sauce ended up quite watered down by the time they were done cooking. they still had a great flavor and were very moist and tender. thanks for a great crock recipe.
Our family enjoyed this very much! Being in Central Texas where the temperatures have consistently been 100+ for awhile now, I've been looking for dinners that avoid the oven as much as possible. The prep was quick and easy. I cooked them in the crockpot for 6.5 hours and they were very tender by dinnertime (no knife needed!). Everyone happily had second helpings - even the picky 3-1/2 year old. We'll be enjoying this again soon. Thanks for posting!
Amazing! I didn't brown & precook anything - just put it all in the crockpot & cooked on low for 11 hours (old crockpot that runs slower than normal). The aroma when we walked in the door last night was fabulous. We just loved the results, which I served with steamed vegies. This will be regular in our house. Thanks for sharing this winner.
This is so good. It has become a regular around here. The sauce is great. I serve it over rice at it is fabulous. I love the fact that I can throw it in the crockpot in the morning and not worry about it. In the summer I like to marinade the chops in the chili sauce and then throw them on the grill. Very yummy:) Thanks so much for sharing! Amy
Beware the bone-in pork chop! The meat really does fall off the bone on this one and the bones on pork chops splinter apart, making for quite an adventure in getting the bone shards out. However, the flavor was GREAT and we're keeping this one...left out the water and will use boneless from now on, but otherwise exactly as written. Thanks!
This was very, very good. I only used 2 thin bone-in chops so cooking time and ingredients were cut down. But the sauce made it and the chops were tender, too. I did add more chili powder. Going in keeper file. Thanks.