Pork Chops for the Slow Cooker

"Got this recipe from All Recipes and fixed it for dinner on a Saturday. I love all things cooked in the crock pot, because I don't have to do anything after the ingredients have been placed in there for several hours - My kind of cooking!!!"
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Ready In:
6hrs 5mins




  • Place pork chops in slow cooker. Combine remaining ingredients and pour over pork chops.
  • Cook on Low setting for 6 hours, until internal temperature of pork has reached 160 degrees F.

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  1. Think I ended up cooking these for only 4 hours as the sauce was smelling so strong and the sugar smelled almost burnt. The chops were fall apart tender so I turned them off. Didn't have the problem of dry chops like other reviewers, they were lovely and tender, but I do agree that the sauce is a little strong. Think I would use less soy sauce next time, and that's strange for me as I adore soy sauce!
  2. I too got this from All Recipes. But its actually already posted on food.com too with just two added ingredients (pepper flakes & onions). I cut the soy in half using 1/4 cup of it, and 1/4 cup of water. The chops were a little dry, and better the next day. But I wasn't a fan of the flavor of the sauce.
  3. Delicious! My family devoured these and were asking for more. Might become a weekly staple for us.
  4. Yummy! Troop Angel's picture made me want to try this recipe. I was hesitant because of all the negative reviews on AllRecipes, but these were a keeper! My hubby raved over them. I used lower sodium soy sauce -1/2 cup(Kikkoman) , 1/3 cup brown sugar , a generous 1/4 cup of Heinz Organic ketchup(the best!) , 1 tsp ginger, 2 garlic cloves, a sliced shallot and a couple good dashes worcestershire.I added 1/4 cup water to the pot too. I seasoned my chops (I had 7 boneless) with Emeril's Essence and pepper and browned them before putting in the crock pot. I omitted the extra salt because Essence has salt in it . I did not have a problem with these being too salty or dry, they were yummy! I cooked them on low for 6 hours in my older crock pot that doesn't get as hot as my newer one. I basted and turned them over a few times while cooking them.I didn't need to thicken. I served them with lots of that yummy sauce over them, with mashed potatoes, peas&carrots and cresent rolls. I'm sure they will be great over rice or noodles too and I will get to find out because I'll be making these many more times. Sooooo easy! Thanks!
  5. This was very good the chops were very tenter and could be cut with a fork. going to keep around for when we do prok chops


  1. Good asian flavor and tender pork chops. I served along side brown rice and broccoli and drizzled the sauce over everything. I did make a few modifications... I used oyster sauce in place of ketchup, added about 1/4 of water, and like other reviewers suggested, only cooked them for 4.5 hours.
  2. This was excellent! My son loved it and can't wait till I make more. I use only half the soy sauce, cause that was all I had. I also used garlic powder instead of cloves. I forgot to rate this and feared I lost the recipe.


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