By buttercup0009 on November 14, 2002
Photo by slickchick
Photo by slickchick
"I don't even like Pork, but was tricked into tasting this dish when I was told it was chicken. WOW! The meat was sooo tender and juicy; so tender in fact, that it was literally falling apart! It was like nothing I'd ever tasted before! Definitely not like my mother's hard, crusty pork chops! lol! This recipes goes hand in hand w/ some mashed potatoes. Just pour the leftover gravy on the taters' and enjoy!"
Serving Size: 1 (257 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"Chris and I had this served over mashed potatoes with a side of snow peas...He and I both LOVED it!! Talk about simple! Chris gave it 6 stars...and I give it the same..Chris took one bite and said " DO NOT lose this recipe!!!" Needless to say, this is a definite keeper..thank you for a delicious, EASY meal!! absolutely wonderful!!!!"
"This was far the best dish I have had in the crockpot. It was so easy to make and just delicious. My DH said it was 5 stars, a real keeper. He really liked the gravy thought it was just perfect. Thanks so much this will surely be in our meal plans from now on."
"We loved this, I cooked it on low for 6 hours and it was wonderful and I normally don't do crockpot cooking, but something about this sounded delicious and it was. Served with Mysterygirls Mile Hig Biscuits that I HIGHLY recommend, mashed potatoes, and steamed broccoli... an excellent meal. Thank you!"
"This was VERY good and SO easy to make. In a blink of an eye they were gone. Kind of annoyed me....never got MY "seconds".
For those that have complained that there is not enough taste, makes me wonder which broth they used. Make sure to use CONDENSED chicken broth as that has more flavor then regular chicken broth and is better for the gravy.
It usually will be found with the Cambell's soups not with the Swanson chicken broth.
I've tried MANY receipes that were disapointing, this one is a keeper!!"
"What an awesome recipe! I started a little late and after 3 hours they were very yummy and tender but after 6 they were almost falling apart! I also added half of a large onion slivered, and about 6 oz of sliced mushrooms. The gravy was to die for on top of the potatoes! We will be having this regularly in our household."
"I was really impressed with how this turned out. Much better than my expectations. I had read about the lumpy gravy so I combined the broth and flour on the stove and cooked it first. I also added more salt etc at that point but next time I will wait until it is done to adjust the seasonings. The gravy still lumped up and I don't think you can get away from that in the crock pot. For those who had it turn out dry... I think that you need to cook it for the shortest amount of time. Mine was done at 2 hrs (I checked) but I had to leave it on for another hour. It was STILL moist and succulent. A dish to spoil hubby when he wants comfort food."
"Excellent! I used a box of chicken broth instead of condensed broth and it was perfect. Gravy was very tasty I added gravy browning to make it a better color. I followed the recipe exactly making sure I browned the chops really well. I am not sure why there is such a large variance in cooking times. After two hours I checked and they were very tender and delicious so I did not cook them any more. Thanks!"
"I'm sure this doesn't need another glowing review for people to try this recipe, but I still wanted to add mine! This is the first pork dish EVER that my husband asked for seconds and said I could make again. It's also the first crock pot dish he actually liked. My can of uncondensed chicken broth was 14.5 ounces, and that seemed just right for the gravy. This one is a keeper for sure!"
"Wow, not only was this easy to make, it tasted FABULOUS!! I threw this in the crockpot yesterday before heading off to our sons last 2 baseball games of the season, and came home to the house smelling awesome, and dinner ready to go! I did 6 chops (bone in), used Old Bay Seasoning instead of salt, and chicken boullion (doubled the boullion to more closely match the condensed stock the recipe called for. Since we love gravy, I mixed up another gravy for the top of the chops. I'll use this again and again, thanks for posting!!!"
"I made 12 chops,,,,used a 32 ounce carton of chicken broth. I also used some seasoned salt, pepper, paprika and about 1/2 t. of italian seasoning.
After placing chops on top of gravy broth I sliced half an onion on top. I added about 1 cup of water ( I was out of broth),,,,,,, to prevent the gravy becoming too thick. I also added 1/4 c. worcestershire sauce. Stirring gently occasionally helped . I slowly steamed cubed potatoes in the pan the chops had browned in. I added 2 T. butter and 1/2 c. water , then served the meat and gravy on top.There were no lumpsin the gravy and the taste was WOW!!! I can't wait to experiment with more meats.Thank you for this recipe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
"I loved this recipe and my family did too! It was so easy to prepare and it tasted wonderful! It was so tender and falling apart. I just used a 14oz. can of chicken broth (not condensed) and I only did 3 chops. I also added about 1/4 cup more flour to the mix because I had used more chicken broth. It worked out great, but I think I'll add some more flour next time because it didn't make a whole lot of gravy and I loke lots of gravy. I also added the salt, but I won't next time because the broth was salty enough already. I will definitely keep this recipe! Thank you!"
"I made this for supper tonight and it was really good. So easy too. I used pork cutlets that were already breaded and seasoned. That made it even easier. The gravy tasted great. I served it with mashed potatoes. I will certainly make this again. Thanks."
"I followed the directions for this recipe exactly, and my husband and I agreed that we would both give this recipe a 3. It is not a bad recipe and I did like the homemade taste of the gravy, but thought that overall the dish was somewhat bland. But, we all know that personal taste varies and I would still recommend this recipe to others so that they could develop their own opinion. It is quite possible that I had too high expectations-kinda like when people talk up a movie before you've seen it and then you're somewhat disppointed when you finally see it...."
"These chops were fantastic. I followed the recipe as written except I put them in the oven at 350 degrees for about 3 hours. Fallin apart tender. Thanks so much for this great recipe. gibblet"
"this was a very yummy dish!!!! i did do my gravy a little diffrent then what you say to do after i reed some of the reviews of it being clumpy. i mixed it with my leftover oil from porkchops then slowly added the broth to it. after that i add a cup of water to thin it out a little poured over the chops in crock pot and cooked on high for 2 hours. put i give this recipe 5 stars cause its something my whole family loved"
"My family loves these. The recipe is so easy and that is great with the busy lifestyle we have."
"These chops were good, but it's the gravy that was amazing. I used my own homemade stock so I did need to add more salt than was asked for. Next time I won't cook for longer than 2 hours. Thanks!"
"Great flavor, I skipped the salt with the condensed chicken broth having so much salt in it, worked well. Meat was fork tender (falling apart) and easy for my two preschoolers to pick apart and cut with their own fork. Served with mashed red potatoes and fresh garden veggies. I found even though not 'typical' summer fare, didn't heat up the kitchen and was easy to fix at lunch time and serve for dinner on my day off. Thanks."
"I followed this recipe to the tee and, sorry, but my family didn't like it at all. I was sceptical about how flavourful it would be based on the ingredients. The gravy was lumpy b/c of the flour and it was very bland. Cooking the meat on high in the crockpot didn't make them tender and we actually didn't end up eating most of it b/c it was too touch. Slow cookers should be used on low for a long period of time in my experience. Sorry, this is not a keeper."
"After reading this recipe I thought, why does it have 176 reviews. Well now it has 177. I will never make my pork chops any other way. Made no change except the way I cooked it. I browned 2 chops in my cast iron. removed ,added some butter cooked the flour than added the broth when I had a nice gravy, returned the chops, covered the skillet tight with foil.cooked in oven about 3 hr. at 300. I had the most delish and tender chops I have ever had. With only 2 chops I still kept the same amounts, added some salt and hot pepper flakes. Going to try crock pot next. Thank you so much for posting buttercup, this really is a gem."