I made this with 6 forequarter chops, and they were quite big. I followed the recipe exactly, except I used water and chicken stock powder, instead of broth. It turned out mush more tasty then I expected, (thought I would add some plum sauce, but it doesnt need it) I also found I needed to cook it an extra hour, maybe because the chops were big. I would make this again, but if I used the bought stock powder, I would cut out the salt, I would also pour the gravy mix over the top of the chops, as it did stick to the bottom of the pot a little. Thanks for sharing Buttercup :)
Super cheap to make and extremely tasty to boot. I was pleasantly surprised at how good these turned out! My boyfriend loved them, as well. Will be making again!
I pretty much made this as described, except I used 8 chops and quadrupled the gravy (we love gravy). I think the condensed broth adds flavor, although I might try using the low salt version next time. My slow cooker is ... well ... slow, so I like to add hot liquids whenever possible to give it a jump start. I think that worked well with this recipe. After browning the chops, I browned the rest of the flour in the drippings and added the broth to the pan. No lumps, and you get a nice color from the browned bits in the pan. I was careful not to let it get too thick, since it thickens a bit more in the slow cooker. This is the second time I'm making this, and it's a huge hit with mashed potatoes and fresh green beans. Comfort food at its best!
I made a gluten free version of this many months ago for a family get-together, simply substituting gf flour blend for the all purpose flour, and they loved it... My mother requested I make it for a party she was throwing last night, so I quadrupled the recipe and made it almost exactly as written (I made the gravy with pan drippings used in a roux, then the chicken broth, in a pan and put that over the chops in the slow cooker). I didn't taste it because I have celiac, but everyone RAVED about it. The pork chops were the first thing to run out at the party, with people requesting them for the next party, too. It does work wonderfully when made gluten-free, too. My kids (1, 2 & 3) gave it two thumbs up.
This is a BIG Sunday dinner good as we say here in the south. Afer frying up the pork chops, I added mushrroms and some sliced onions to the pan and got up all the good ole brown bits and thru those into the crockpot, and then made the gravy in the same pan (as per directions...I may have used a little more flour and chicken stock), threw it all in the crockpot, cooked it on high for 4 hrs, then turned it down on low for the last hour. I iddn't need to thickened it any further and it was great, The pork chops (and mine were rather large pork chops that were on sale) were tender and jucy. Family said that this one is a "keeper" and needs to be repeated. Was winner here!
This recipe was absolutely amazing. I fixed it as directed and it was to die for. The pork came out almost falling apart as soon as you lifted it from the pot. I screwed up the gravy (it was clumpy), but it didn't matter in the slightest. We even had 2 pork chops left over and they tasted just as good reheated as it did the night before (I made mine into a sandwich with some fresh homemade bread).
Awesome, easy, delicious recipe. I love fresh mushrooms, so I sauteed some in the frying pan after removing the chops, then added to the mix. Other than that, wouldn't change a thing... Bland, Schmand to the doubters. This recipe will not be forgotten.
Yep, I loved it, too! Here's why ... easy. Delicious. Easy. Low cost. Easy. AND, best of all, my kids asked for it again the next day. They had the option of a hamburger and steak from a really nice restaurant and they chose this instead!!! And, did I mention it was easy? :) Super easy!
Love the simplicity of this dish. I have made the recipe as written, and while my husband very much enjoyed it, I found it much too salty. The fix was to use Heart Healthy (low sodium) condensed chicken soup, and this was much improved. The second time I also added some paprika and steak seasoning. This recipe is definitely going to be a regular part of supper time at my house!
My husband and I really liked this dish. I didn't have dry mustard, so I rubbed my chops with a little grainy Dijon mustard before I dredged them in the flour. I like mustard and pork together anyway. I liked the ease of this recipe, too. I served with mashed red skin potatoes, and steamed carrots. Perfect meal!