Recipe by BN61079
"This is an easy and tasty take on slow cooker pork chops. I serve these chops and the sauce over egg noodles or linguine."
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minced fresh rosemary
dry mustard powder
ground black pepper
6 (4 ounce)
1 (4 ounce) package
1 (10.75 ounce) can
condensed cream of mushroom soup
I will absolutely make this again, but it only gets 4 stars because I doubled the spices and changed the cooking method of the mushrooms and onions. I did brown my pork chops, then cooked them for 5 hours on low, but I think they would have been done in 4. I sauteed the mushrooms (used two containers of fresh because I like them), onion, 3 cloves of garlic (once clove would never be enough for me), olive oil and a half cup more of marsala until the onions were translucent. Then I added that to the pot the last hour. My husband and I LOVED it. I served it with roasted red potatoes seasoned with rosemary, olive oil, salt and pepper. Super yummy, but I changed the proportions of the ingredients and cooking method so only 4 stars.
Not bad. The sauce was nice and rich and adding sauted mushrooms and onions like recommended by other viewres really heightens the taste and adds a bit of sweetness. I added a dollop of sourcream and sprinkled paprika on the individual servings and my family liked it quite a bit. I do think we prefer chicken marsala but the pork was not bad.
To be honest, I haven't tasted the finished product yet ... it's in the crockpot now, and it smells heavenly. I took several reviewers' suggestions -- saute onions, mushrooms, garlic and add low-sodium beef broth -- they made good sense. But I was surprised by the amount of flour I had left over after dredging 8 boneless chops; I threw away about 3/4 cup seasoned flour. No wonder so many said the seasoning seemed non-existant. I think there was plenty of seasoning, but next time I'll mix it in 1/4 cup flour -- that should be plenty and it will perk up the spice level. Thank you for the recipe, D-
This was great! Couldn't believe how tender the pork was! My husband said reminded him of a pork roast b/c it was so tender. Put in crock pot at 11:15 & took out at about 5:30 after having cooked on low. I did not use butterfly chops, used thicker cut as thought would be better for cooking so long as the recipe says. The gravy was very good & plenty for the two of us! Served with pasta, green beans & garlic breadsticks. It was very good!
I took the advise of other reviewers and sauted the onions, garlic and mushrooms prior to adding them to the pot. I also increased the garlic and doubled the mushrooms. This was quite tasty but I couldn't really taste the Marsala even though I doubled the amount (we really like Marsala). Next time I may use a less expensive wine. Otherwise this came out delicious and the gravy was yummy. Thanks for the recipe!
This was yummy but a note to those who have new crock pots, 6 hours on low was waaay too long. It dried out the meat immensely. You might want to try 4 to 5 instead. And the sauce could stand to be a bit thicker. Might want to add some flour after you pull the pork out to thicken it up. Flavors were great though.
This is delicious!!! I think it is very important to carmelize (brown in oil) the onions first, it really adds to the appearance. The next time I make this I will use extra garlic and salt. Thanks for the great recipe.
I've had this in my recipe box to try for nearly 3 weeks - all b/c of not having the marsala wine - which is a MUST! I finally got around to making this last night -and I'm sold! The pork was SO tender, and the sauce was a perfect compliment! For the mushrooms, I chose to use baby ports which I sauteed in butter. I made this exactly as instructed - and it was wonderful! I read another poster had problems w/ the sauce being runny...the reason why -this poster acknowledged having added MORE wine than was called for - I think the problem is solved. This will be added to my "tried & true" crockpot recipe collection. Thanks for sharing!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Creamy Slow Cooker Marsala Pork
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 111
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