5-Ingredient Slow Cooker Pork Chops

5-Ingredient Slow Cooker Pork Chops


5-Ingredient Slow Cooker Pork Chops
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Although this slow cooker dinner recipe is super simple, it's packed with flavor and amazing tenderness! This one pot wonder 5-Ingredient Slow Cooker Pork Chops is as easy as dumping the ingredients in your slow cooker and letting the pork chops cook. They cook low and slow, so they'll come out tender and not dry at all. Plus, cream of chicken soup and ranch dressing mix add amazing flavor with a creamy sauce.


Slow Cooker Time LOW7 hr

Cooking MethodSlow Cooker

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I definitely am going to give this recipe a try. You couldn't get something simpler to put together. I think the dressing mix added into the soup mixture will make this taste really good. The sauce does sound really tasty and would be nice to eat with rice and some vegetables.

We make pork chops all the time but I'd honestly never think to make them in the slow cooker! Usually we make them baked in the oven with white wine and sauerkraut or on top of the stove marinated in a sweet and tangy sauce (BBQ sauce, mustard, and Italian salad dressing). Will have to give the slowcooker recipe a try!

Wow. Cream of chicken and ranch as dressing for this dish are two yummy combination. The creaminess of the chicken soup and the sour taste of the ranch is perfect for the chicken.

Pork chops are something I don't cook often because I feel they dry out quickly. Does this recipe stay moist? I'd love to try it for something different to make and I an eager to try pork with a ranch dressing recipe component. It's an unexpected ingredient with pork! Thanks for the interesting and easy recipes!

I have made this recipe several times in my slow cooker, and I can say without hesitation that the pork chops come out moist and delicious. The mean practically falls apart, and the flavor is great. I used fairly thick chops from a farm shop, and they cooked all the way through beautifully. You should really give this a try!


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