I guess I missed the part about the pork chops being frozen. I had 8 thin, boneless pork chops and since they were not frozen the ones closer to the bottom got overcooked. We thought that the flavors were really good but the stuffing was too mushy.
The pork chops come out so tender and flavorful. I made a few changes, as always, but nothing drastic. I used 10 thawed boneless chops, added an extra 1/4 cup of water, and cooked for 6 hours on low. I also used onion-mushroom soup mix instead of plain onion and StoveTop cornbread dressing instead of stuffing, since those are my preferences. It was a little salty, but I just noticed that I used two packets of soup mix when it only called for one. That explains the saltiness, lol. Other than that, it was great. Definitely a keeper for us.
Really good - perfectly seasoned! I did leave out the package of dry onion mix because I had the Seasoned Herbs Stove Top and I didn't want it to be too salty, but everyone loved this...even my picky 3 year olds!
Had frozen pork chops I forgot to take out for dinner. This is perfect! I mixed the soup mix with the water. I used 6 pork chops, 1 pgk of dressing mix and 1 1/2 C water. Cooked on high for 1 hour, then 3 hours on low - just right for my cooker. Will make again.
My family really enjoyed this. I did what other reviewerw mentioned and added the onion soup mix to the bottom layer of water. My chops weren't frozen so I didn't cook as long. I followed the rest of the recipe as written. I was a bit worried that others said the stuffing was mushy but we thought it was great.
When my DH saw this recipe on the counter, he said "I didn't know you could make pork chops in the crock pot" . Little does he know. We all enjoyed this very much. The pork chops were just falling off the bone after 5 hours on low. I halved the recipe, but wasn't paying close attention and just dumped the whole pkg of onion soup in. It did not effect the taste at all. I do agree that the stuffing was a bit mushy, but still yummy.
Everyone gobbled these up. The stuffing is a nice touch. I followed the other sugestion and mixed the onion soup with the bottom layer of water. Thanks for sharing.
The stuffing was a little too mushy for my taste, but the pork chops were tender and it tasted great. I'll definitely make this again, maybe with a tad less water next time. Thanks for posting!
This was good, but the onion soup mix was a very strong "layer" in it. I will mix it with the water next time so it spreads throughout the dish!!!
Kristen, This is a variation on a recipe I use regularly for pork chops or chicken. I have a few modifications because I make it with only 4 chops or chicken breasts (so we have left-overs for the next day's lunch). A great recipe. Thanks for sharing.