I've been making this same recipe except using 1 can of Chicken Rice soup instead of the chicken broth. The whole family L-O-V-E-S it!
If you, like me, are forever interested and always searching for the best of the best recipes, you have found a winner right here! I used 2 pks. of inexpensive pork loin and when I didn't have enough chick. broth to cover used bouillion and water. I cooked on high 4 hours. The aroma makes it really hard to wait for dinner time! It is great served with rice.
We prepared 5 thick center cut loin chops and cooked them 2 hrs on high and 1.5 hrs on low and they were falling apart tender and juicy delicious! Added more seasonings (ground black pepper and Adobo) when we turned the heat to low and will probably experiment further with the seasonings next time (would've been bland to us without cranking up the flavor a notch). Gravy came out fabulous and was perfect for serving with mashed potatoes. Thanks for sharing your recipe!
I am not a big fan of pork chops, but these were amazingly terrific. The meat was so tender and flavorful- this recipe is a keeper.
fall-apart tender pork chops!! SO good, I almost can't stop eating them. :) Gravy is delicious. I accidentally bought vegetable broth and it tasted great!
This is a very tasty way to have a comfort meal. I do always use whole wheat flour for breading. Also, I didn't use the crock pot, instead I put in a 13x 9 pan and covered with foil and baked at 225 for 1 1/2.
I give this a 10 YUM star rating!!!!!!!!!! I don't really care for pork or especially pork chops. But this recipe is definitely a keeper. I used 2 thin cheap bone in chops. If I used 6 chops, I would have tripled the recipe for the delish gravy. The meat fell apart and melted in our mouths. The gravy was wonderful over our Supreme Garlic Mashed Potatoes (19259). We will be doing this recipe again very soon.
Fantastic recipe. I used 1/2 inch pork chops and cooked them in the crock pot for about three hours. They didn't fall apart, but they incredibly tender. Even the next day when I re-heated one it was tender. The gravy was a bit of a let down though. I added some brown gravy powder so that it would have a bit more flavor, but it was still lacking. Still a fantastic overall recipe.
We love this recipe! I use a can of condensed cream of chicken soup in place of the condensed chicken broth. This makes a wonderful, creamy gravy. I also sometimes use boneless skinless chicken breast, pounded out to about 1 inch thick, in place of the chops. Just as delicious! Thanks for posting this recipe.
My family enjoyed this simple, homey, very comforting meal. My chops were more like 1/2 inch thick and fell apart as I was getting them out of the crockpot. I think thicker chops would hold together better. The gravy was yummy over rice. Thanks for posting.