Yesterday I needed something to throw together really quickly because I had to go get some work done on the car and I knew I wouldn't be home until after dinnertime. I found this recipe and knew I had some chops in the freezer. I dumped six bone-in chops and a double recipe of the sauce in the crockpot on low and left, returning six hours later to something wonderful! These were literally falling apart so we shredded them up and wrapped in some tortillas with cilantro, cucumber, red pepper, and green onion topped with the thickened sauce. Next time, I'll definitely use low-sodium soy sauce because it was a bit too salty for us, but they were great and SO no-fuss!
Mama- I can only beg forgiveness for not reviewing this on time. I actually made these again last nite and of course everyone loves them. DS and GF were here so this was a super handy meal for me. I make these about 1 time per month and cannot be;ieve although in fact I did not review this recipe. Last nite served with aspargus, greek potatoes, salad and vino.
These were very tender, and I liked the spice!
Couldn't be much easier! I used 1" thick boneless loin chops and added a little extra brown sugar. They were juicy and tender. Thanx for sharing. I'll make pork chops this way again.
These were great pork chops! They were easy, smelled great while they were cooking, and we loved the leftovers!
Very simple, quite tasty, and a family-pleaser. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
Good dish - even though we used the low sodium soy sauce it still turned out a little too salty so, I'll have to adapt next time. We loved it with mashed potatoes and we'll make it again.
My husband and I loved these pork chops. It is so nice to be able to put dinner in the crock pot and not worry about it. They were so moist and tender. I will definetly be cooking this recipe again... but I might leave out the crushed red pepper:-)
These were really good. I used "boneless country pork ribs". The ONLY reason for 4 stars instead of 5 is because I found it to be a bit salty. I used low-sodium soy sauce, but think I will use 1/8 cup next time. We shredded the pork and topped with sauce and shredded cheese. I told the boys it was chicken, and they ate it. Boy were they mad when I told them it was "pork chops" after they were done!
These were delicious pork chops. I'm always looking for new ways to fix pork chops and especially in a crock pot. These came out so tender and moist. I will be making these a lot! Thanks, mama's kitchen.