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We loved this recipe very much...it sure made the house smell wonderful on a rainy cool day...I used half and half instead of heavy cream...I will make this again for sure
My whole family was impressed with this recipe. Even my picky eaters gobbled this up. The chops were so incredibly tender and the sauce had a nice flavor balance. Will be making this again real soon.
Great pork chops and the sauce was absolutely wonderful. The whole family really enjoyed it. I cut down on the onion amount some because I have picky young ones, but the taste was still great. Thank you for sharing this recipe.
Fabulous!! This was easy to prepare. The flavor was of the charts. Not to spicy. My son compared the mustard sauce to the sauce that the Outback offers with their Bloomin Onion. I used boneless pork chops and they just fell apart after cooking. I cooked them for 6 hours. Served them with Derf's Roasted Mustard Potatoes #39332. Thanks for a real keeper.
Perfection! I did cut back on the dijon a hair because I wasn't sure if I thought it would be too strong or not. What a flavor combination! The chops were tender and the sauce creamy and SO tasty! I served the sauce on top of chive buttered egg noodles along side of the pork, asparagus and a salad completed the meal. This will be repeated often here! This is well worth the few extra steps it takes!
Delicious and very easy! I did have to make a few substitutions. Instead of the wine I used some apple cider and instead of cream I added another half cup of cider and then whisked in some corn starch at the end to thicken the sauce. It was still very creamy and flavorful, possibly because the dijon I used was a very smooth creamy mustard. In my oval Michael Graves cooker it took about 4 1/4 hours on the automatic setting and the meat was fall off the bone delicious! Not tough at all! I served mine over a bed of rice.
Yum! We had mashed cauliflower with this and the sauce was just wonderful! I really prefer savory over sweet, and this was perfect! Lovely flavor.
Fantastic! I love finding crock pot recipes that don't require cream soups. My husband and I can't tolerate too many onions, so I used only about a third of one onion. It was pretty easy to make it gluten and dairy-free. Wonderful served over rice to soak up the delicious sauce.
These were great! My porkchops were seriously huge (and still a little frozen), so I ended up having them on low for about 8 hours and they were great! It also may have taken a bit longer because I didn't quite follow directions. I whisked the sauce together in the crockpot, put the chops in (without browning), then put in the cooked onions and mixed it up as best I could. They would've been prettier with the browning, but still tasted good! At the end, I used GP Country Dijon mustard and would almost add a little more than 2 Tbs--I would also add a little more garlic next time and would definitely use all of the ground pepper and add the cayenne. (I was a little hesitant about the 1 tsp ground pepper, as we aren't big pepper fans, but it didn't make it too spicy.) I served this with egg noodles and roasted asparagus for a wonderful meal! Thank you!