Although the meat came out wonderfully, tangy and a little bit fruity and OH so tender, we weren't to big on the texture of the peaches when they were cooked in the crockpot. We didn't end up eating those, but they worked beautifully with the meat! I served it with mashed potatoes and sweetlet peas, then used the leftover meat in a stew the next day and the flavour still came through nicely. Different, but not overbearing!
At first, I wasn't so sure of peaches and pork chops... but in search of a new way to cook them, i figured why not! Ended up becoming a family FAVORITE!!! Thank YOU!!!!
I changed the peaches to pineapples for the crock pot. I still used the peach preserves. I also served it with white rice that had green onion and garlic/ butter saute' added. It was very good.
Great Recipe - I took the advice from the other reviews and didn't cook the peaches, I only put the preserves in the crock pot and it turned out fantastic!
I made this recipe last night and it was the first time I used my Crock-pot. I cooked 4 pork chops for 3 hours on High and had enough time to study meanwhile... The meat came tender and I added the juice to rice with zafron and raisins. Perfect! Thanks for the ideas!
This was good. We didn't eat the peaches either (they were a funny consistency). My pork chop hating sister actually said they were good. I seasoned each chop with pepper before browning and added garlic to the crock pot. I'll make these again. Served over rice with a nice green salad.
I made this yesterday. My husband was very impressed. I served it with rice. Today I used the left over pork, peaches and sauce, added red pepper and red onion, and some fajitta seasoning and made fajitas. Try it if you have left overs. I'll post what I did, and of course give you credit for the pork recipe Peachy Crock Pot Pork Chops