Peking Pork Chops

Peking Pork Chops created by BeccaB3c

Very simple to prepare & can be done in the crockpot in as little as 4 hrs.

Ready In:
4hrs 10mins



  • Trim excess fat from pork chops and place in slow cooker.
  • Mix brown sugar, ginger, soy sauce, ketchup, garlic, salt and pepper in small bowl and pour over meat.
  • Cover, turn to low and cook 4 to 6 hours, or until tender.
  • Do not overcook.
  • Season with salt and pepper, if needed.
  • Serve with steamed Jasmine or Basmati rice and/or Chinese.
  • This also works well with chicken.
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  1. cuppycakes
    This is an okay recipe. I had much better crockpot pork chop. My porkchop came out rather bland.
  2. RSL5709
    This was okay but probably not something we'll make again. I would have rated this at a 4, dh at a 2, so I compromised at the 3. It was a little salty but the brown sugar balanced it out much more nicely than I'd thought it would.
  3. Bekah
    Very good - I used bone-in chops so my cooking time was about 7 hours - very flavorful meat, a snap to put together - a economical meal for a family. Thank you.
  4. Karahtalia
    This was an excellent recipe. I usually alter recipes but left this one almost exactly as it was. I only cooked 3 pork chops but left the sauce amount as is for pouring over some rice. It had a wonderful flavor and the house smelled delicious while it was cooking. I did add a bit more ginger and ketchup because it tasted a bit too salty for me. We are not big salt eaters. It tasted very good over a simple white rice dish with mixed veggies. Thank you for a wonderful recipe!
  5. MindiLouWho
    Delicious and easy. I used 4 boneless pork chops, not quite 1 inch thick but definitely more than 1/2-inch. I had it in the crockpot on low for about 6 1/2 hours I sliced an onion into rings and put those in the bottom of the pot first, then the chops, then the liquid on top. Thickened up the sauce a bit at the end with cornstarch and served it all over wide noodles. Wonderful!

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