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!
This was absolutely fantastic and I didn't even follow the directions because the computer was upstairs and the kitchen down! I forgot to bread the chops, instead mixing all the dry ingredients with the liquid after browning the chops without a coating. It was amazing, but the coating will be even more amazing next time! Had it with mashed potatoes, green beans and corn. Enough for dinner, three lunches for daughter's work and two lunches for me at home.
Made this in my rice cooker (re-started when it switched to the hold temp in order to keep it on "high" for awhile) since that's what I have, and it was SO delicious! I also had no mustard powder but added a little onion soup mix. I think it's fairly versatile if you go with good flavors. I ended up taking out the pork chops and adding a bit more broth to thin it out and to make there be more of such an amazing thing. I will make this again and again!
loved this recipe, I did put an onion in with the pork chops when they were browning, awesome and easy and tender...we usually buy a whole pork loin when they are on sale and cut them into chops...but they always turn out dry in the oven or on the grill...this was awesome because the chops were great and still not heavy on the fat.
These chops were really good and very easy to make. Only changes I made were to add some paprika and parsley flakes to the flour mix and to make a roux of the drippings, flour & broth. Gravy came out smooth poured it over the chops in the crock and let it cook. Very good, and very easy. Tender, smelled great & tasted great. Thank you Buttercup, this is a keeper in our house!
The chops did indeed cook so thoroughly that they fell apart when I tried to remove them from the crockpot. However, the meat was somehow borderline dry. (??) The gravy was okay, but I prefer a darker, richer, brown gravy with some more oomph. This is a good recipe to start using your slow cooker with & would be a good one to tinker/experiment with to find out what works for you.
Wow.. I'm not much for crock pot recipes... but this turned out great. My mom really liked it, too. I added thinly sliced onions and put a couple of chunks of carrot and celery into the crock. I can already think of using this same concept with the broth and seasoned flour mixture and doing chicken, too. ... with a little poultry seasoning.
I will make this again. The gravy just made itself. I used a full 14 oz can of chicken broth and added a tablespoon of chicken bullion for additional flavor. Wished I had made mashed potatoes to go with!
I'm not a big pork person either but this was great.
This is so easy and very tasty too! Made as written and just added a little fresh cracked pepper to the finished product. Served with brown rice, green beans and breadsticks. Made for Name That Ingredient Tag.