Smothered Pork Chops

"This is a delicious way to do chops, fall off the bone tender."
photo by Juliet from SA photo by Juliet from SA
photo by Juliet from SA
photo by Juliet from SA photo by Juliet from SA
photo by Bergy photo by Bergy
photo by Bergy photo by Bergy
photo by Bergy photo by Bergy
Ready In:
1hr 15mins




  • Brown chops in microwave, cut off any fat.
  • Mix remaining ingredients and pour over chops.
  • Bake in 350 degree oven for 1 hour.

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  1. Kanina James
    This is very good! The flavor is wonderful. My hubby who never says anything is good. Said a couple times how much he liked it. My microwave does not brown. So I did it in a pan. I forgot the katsup... I don't think I would use the katsup next time. I wouldn't want to ruin the flavor I got...
  2. NoSpringChicken
    Simple ingredients that give a wonderful flavor to pork. I browned the chops in an oven ready skillet first, added the rest of the ingredients and stuck it right in the oven....easy! Especially appealing to me, too, was having all of the ingredients on hand.
  3. lindsayh11
    I made this last night for dinner for my husband and myself and we both loved it! This sauce was so flavorful! I thickened up a portion of it to serve on the porkchops, and the remainder of the sauce I poured over brown rice--delicious!! I browned the chops on the stove-top and baked them for 45 minutes. They were perfect!
  4. DarksLight
    These were very good I did the same thing w/ the cornstarch as SoupCookie did,What a difference :) Thanks for posting
  5. SoupCookie
    These were very enjoyable! My sauce was quite runny as I made a boo-boo with the stock so after baking in the oven I put the sauce in a pot, added about 1 tsp of cornstarch and boiled it on medium heat for about 4 min.'s. I let the sauce sit for 5 min. and when it cooled it was perfect! I am looking forward to trying this out on the BBQ to!


  1. Sassy in da South
    Made per directions except just substituted garlic powder in place of the garlic salt, since I didnt have the reduced sodium soy sauce. As many others, I browned the chops stove-top instead of microwave. Two suggestions I will use in the future from other reviewers (that I didnt do this time) is to double the sauce (it is really good) and thicken the sauce with a bit of cornstarch. I used 4 bone-in center cut chops which had very little fat, so I didnt bother to trim them. Also, I did reduce baking time since I had pan-fried longer than I probably should. All in all, the recipe gives you a very tasty, tender chop and this one will definitely make it's way to our table again!



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