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YUM YUM YUM! I doubled the recipe as recommended for extra gravy. I didn't have any canned chicken broth so I just made my own with bouillon cubes, and I added about a teaspoon of black pepper to the flour mix. This ended up being in the crockpot for about 10 hours, and it was fall-off-the-fork finger lickin' good! Served with #35076 and #19009. Thanks so much for sharing, definitely a keeper!
Very tasty and easy. I followed the recipe exactly except that I used a little less dry mustard and less garlic powder. I served the gravy over mashed potatoes. DH kept saying, "Yum", and, "This is the way pork chops are suppose to be". Too often when I've done pork chops before, they have been tough/or dry. And he said that this is recipe is a definite keeper.
WOW!!! W-O-N-D-E-R-F-U-L!!! This tasted so delicious!!! I couldn't believe it came from a crockpot...incredible!!! The pork chops were moist and tender and the gravy was very tasty!!! Thanks for a keeper!!!
Tender chops and lots-o-gravy...you're right! The only thing we ran into was that the mustard taste was really strong, which is probably just personal preference anyway. I took about 1/3 of the gravy out of the crockpot and replaced it with non-mustard flavored flour & water, then added some milk and a splash of sherry to give it a smoother flavor. It was a hit, even with the kids. Will definitely do again. Thanks!
Perfect. I followed receipe to the letter, did not open pot to check on it.( a no no with slow cookers as I have learrned). Fall off the fork tender.Will make again and again
Well I'll admit this recipe was super easy and the chops did come out very tender, which I liked. But, I followed the recipe exactly, turned my crockpot to low, and after about 1/2 an hour went to check on it. The flour/chicken broth mixture had thickened to sort of a doughy consistency and was starting to cook to the bottom and sides of the crockpot. I added some water and mixed it in, and that seemed to solve the problem, but this ultimately caused the gravy to be runny. I ended up having to add a little corn starch before serving to thicken it up a little. I also found the gravy to be bland. I cooked this on low for about 7 hours, and the chops were fork tender. All-in-all, I think it's a good recipe, but the gravy mixture didn't work for me, and I think I'd add a little more seasonings to give it a little more flavor.
My hubby and I just had these tonight and they were great. This is the first time I've made gravy and I really liked the way it tasted. I did use a little less dry mustard and used low sodium broth to cut down some of the saltiness and added some fresh ground black pepper. I cooked them on high for 3 hours in the crock pot and the chops did come out a little dry...could be because they were boneless??? Anyway, next time I'll just cut down my cooking time to 2 hours, but keep the ingredients as is! Thanks for a great new recipe!
super easy, even the in-laws loved it. my husband thought it was a little salty but i think it came out great. pork itself is a little salty. very quick and easy recipe. thanks!