Prep 10 mins
Cook 20 mins
SPOON tender pork chops in a rich and creamy mushroom gravy. Quickly done in the pressure cooker! Great for summer when you don't want to heat up the house!
- 6 pork chops, any kind
- 2 -3 tablespoons oil
- 1 1⁄2 cups water
- 2 teaspoons chicken bouillon powder, or granules
- 1 (10 1/2 ounce) can cream of mushroom soup
- 1 1⁄2 cups sour cream
- 1 tablespoon chopped fresh parsley
- In pressure cooker, heat oil over medium heat til hot.
- Lightly brown peppered pork chops on both sides, a few at a time, removing as you go onto a plate.
- When all are browned, add water and chicken bouillon to pot.
- Scrape bottom to de-glaze and remove bits from bottom of pan.
- Add chops back to pot.
- Place lid on pressure cooker and heat over medium heat til the regulator starts rocking.
- Cook for 8 minutes. Turn off heat.
- Let pressure drop on it's own accord.
- When no more steam, carefully open cooker.
- Remove chops to platter, cover to keep hot.
- Whisk in soup and heat over medium-low heat.
- Then whisk in sour cream and heat til just heated through over low heat. Do not boil! Might curdle!
- Stir in parsley.
- Pour sauce over chops.
- *For extra-thick gravy, pour out all but 1 cup bouillon before adding soup and sour cream.
- **Can garnish with more parsley.
I have an electric pressure cooker & let me say your recipe was wonderfull. I did make a change though. Like another reviewer I used 8oz of greek yogurt & it tasted great. So tender were the chops, my 92 year old father & 90 year old mother loved them! Kudos to you!
Very tasty, but I had to double the cooking time also. Instant Pot is what I used. Added dried onion and a little Italian seasoning to the broth, used 1 cup of broth, seasoned chops with salt, pepper, garlic powder. At end, added soup and a spoonful of sour cream, corn starch to thicken. It was very good and very tender. Will make again :)
I REALLY liked how the pork chops came out -- fork tender and moist! I, too, had to cook for about 2X as long; First time 8 minutes and then rest to no steam. Opened and tested for doneness but, wanted them done more and simply put back on for about 8 minutes of cooking and 5 of cooling (at this point I was hungry so I forced it to drop pressure!) I added some dried minced onion in the olive oil when I browned chops, used roasted garlic mushroom soup, added a can of sliced mushrooms to the sauce (fresh would have been better it's what I had), and substituted greek yogurt for the sour cream. Canned soup is usually salty enough for me so I didn't anything but lots of black pepper and thickened slightly with a little cornstarch.. Served with steamed rice for us, noodles for my dad, and steamed green beans for all! Highly recommend!