Recipe by Jellem
"This is my husband's favorite way to have pork chops. They stay nice and moist in the slow cooker. You can also cook in a 350 degree F/175 degree C oven for 1 hour."
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salt and ground black pepper to taste
red potatoes, scrubbed and sliced, divided
onion, sliced, divided
all-purpose flour, divided
1 (16 ounce) jar
cheese sauce (such as Ragu® Double Cheddar)
LOVED this recipe!! No spectacular flavor just saucy & comforting! I did make a couple of changes... added season salt & no flour. And found that 2 cans of Campbell's cheddar cheese soup are better than any "cheese sauce". We loved this & have had it twice!
my family didn't like this meal. Probably would be better if made with real cheese. Fake cheese sauce was not a good choice.
Great recipe! I just added a 1/2 teaspoon of sugar to bring out the flavors (I usually do that with pork dishes anyway). Hubby and kids want me to make it again!
I only have a 2 quart crockpot, so I had to scale this down, but for the most part I stuck to the recipe. Here is what I did. -I used 1 pork chop- it was probably around 2" thick, so I halved it and cut it into pieces (and that's all I could fit in the bottom layer. -I could only fit 2.5 layers of potato & onion in. I used 3 'B size' red potatoes, and 1 onion (~2" diameter). Potatoes & onions were sliced about 1/4" thick. -1 used only half the jar of cheese sauce, and thinned it with milk & water -cooked in the crockpot on high for 5 hours, probably could have gone less. Overall this turned out pretty good. The pork chop was tender and falling apart. The sauce wasn't too runny or thick, and everything had good mild cheese flavor. I couldn't taste the onions though. I will make this again, but I might need to add something to it (garlic? tabasco?), as I prefer bold, spicy flavors.
To give the potatoes a bit more jazz, I used a jar of Tostito's Queso (medium) instead of plain cheddar. It gave the whole dish a kick! The pork was very tender and a nice compliment to the potatoes and onions.
I served this on a Sunday when it was too hot to cook. This was a big hit with my family. This should really be pork chops and au gratin potatoes. It will definitely go in my list of reusable recipes.
This dish is very easy to make and comes out fantastic. My boyfriend is not a veggie eater so I made this and we both loved it. I took a suggestion from a previous review and used cheddar cheese soup, skipped the onions, but besides that followed it exactly. The pork comes out juicy and tender and goes perfectly with the cheese and potatoes. Very hearty and comforting meal!
I was pretty scared when I made it that it was going to be horrible. The cheese sauce that it called for, well it freaked me out a little bit. It was surpisingly good, filling and tasty.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pork Chops and Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 269
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