Wow, very tender porkchops! The house smelled wonderful when we got home from work too. I cooked it six hours on low since I knew I was going to be home later. Thanks for a keeper!
Absolutely delicious! I seared the pork chops as recommended in olive oil and I doubled the recipe using 4 center-cut pork chops and used 1 1/2 hot water and 2 chicken bouillion cubes with 4 Tbs. dijon mustard. The chops were very tender after simmering in crockpot for 3 hours on medium high. Loved the flavor! This will be made many times in the future. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe. :)
I made these for dinner tonight, and they were delicious! The name really says it all! I made this recipe exactly as written, and the chops were perfect. I think you're right about searing the chops first, they had a nice crust on them when they were done and it really added to the flavor. I served with oven roasted greek potatoes! Thanks for another keeper KLBoyle!!!
Delicious! Reminded me of a recipe I had from a favorite aunt!
Yes, these were quite tasty, according to DS and DH. I agree that maybe a bit more mustard. I didn't sear and so that's my fault. All in all a good night's meal. Thanks for sharing KL.
Very tender chops...may add a bit more mustard next time. Thanks!!