Recipe by ERINVDIX
"A wonderful way to cook pork--it's extremely tasty and tender. With a mixture of spices and garlic, it's terrific. And it is extremely EASY."
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thick cut boneless pork chops
salt and pepper to taste
We thought this was quite good -- a nice change from so many of the crockpot recipes that use canned cream soup as a base. The combination of spices and herbs sounds strange, but combined to make a nice, rich, herby flavor. Used the listed amounts of all the spices, w/a few exceptions: I replaced the tbsp of garlic powder w/onion powder (since I used 2 lrg cloves of fresh garlic crushed in my garlic press). I also seemed to be out of basil & oregano, so used nearly a tbsp of Italian seasoning. Also used more than 1 cup of broth, but less than the whole can, since I was cooking 6 chops inst. of 4. I cooked on low for 8 hours -- smelled SO delicious when I got home from work, and my husband wondered what smelled so great when he got home. The sauce was great over steamed rice and the meat was tender and flavorful. Even the kids liked it. All in all, a very easy, tasty recipe -- I will make this again. Would also be good w/a small pork roast.
Good, for a crock pot recipe. I find it hard to get the perfect, "fall-off-the-bone yet not too dry" texture that I like - I think crock-pots vary so it's diffictult to gage. I do not reccomend "basting" as the recipe calls for, as that defeats the purpose of using a crock pot - you do not want heat to escape until the very end. This was good and easy, but not the best way to cook a flavorful pork chop. Do it, if you need something easy.
We loved this recipe! It has a mediterranean taste to it. I doubled the liquid and it cooked in half the time with 1 inch chops. My teenager boys loved it! The gravy was excellent over rice and steamed veggies.
I thought the meat was super tender and flavorful. I sauted the garlic in the oil first before mixing it with the rest of the spices. I also browned the chops in the same pan that I sauted the garlic in before adding to the crock pot. Plus I added extra chicken broth. Great served with long grain wild rice. Will definately make again.
Loved it!!The best recipe I've found on this web-site in 5 ys. I agree it tasted mediterranean. I doubled the chicken broth, used garlic salt instead of powder, added green beans the last half hour, used pork loin chops, & served it over Basmati rice.
My daughter says this should be given 5 stars. I tend to agree. My husband loved it as well. The only thing I changed in this recipe was to cook it on low for 8 hours instead of 'high' for 4. I also added 2 cups of chicken broth instead of one. The chops were extremely tender and very tasty. This will be made again. Thank you!
This recipe tasted great and the pork chops were so tender they ended up falling apart. The only down side was it was a little oily for me so next time I will reduce the oil. I also added a little balsamic vinegar to the mix for extra flavor. Overall very good and I will make it again.
These chops were great. They were so tender, you could cut through them with a fork. The spices/herb were strong, but very yummy. If you are at home while cooking these, it would be beneficial to baste or turn the chops every few hours. The bottom side of our chops were much more flavored than the top side.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Slow Cooker Pork Chops II
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 177
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