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Steps. 1. In very small bowl, mix salt and garlic-pepper blend. Sprinkle half of seasoning mixture over pork. In 12-inch skillet, heat 1 tablespoon of 2. Spray 4to 5-quart slow cooker with cooking spray. Place pork chops in slow cooker; top with carrots, potatoes and onion.

Slow Cooker Pork Chops with Dressing The Midnight Baker green beans, condensed cream of chicken soup, stuffing mix, pork chops and 5 more Old-Fashioned Slow Cooker Pork Chops Paleo. Layer potatoes, carrots, onions, and half the mushrooms on the bottom of the slow cooker. Layer pork chops on vegetables and scatter remaining mushrooms on top of chops.

Pour the gravy mixture over everything. Seal the lid and cook on low for 4-5 hours. Transfer pork chops and vegetables to a serving platter. Cooking the Slow Cooker Pork Chops The pork chops and veggies will cook on low for 8 hours or on high for 4 hours. Each slow cooker can cook differently so go with cooking times that you are used to.

I add my fresh green beans for the last 3 hours of cooking time (on low). In small bowl, mix flour and butter; gradually stir into stew until blended. Increase heat setting to High. Cover and cook 30 to 45 minutes, stirring occasionall.

Sprinkle Italian seasoning, garlic and salt over the vegetables and toss to coat. Place pork on top of the vegetables. Add lemon to the slow cooker and pour chicken broth over everything. Cover and cook on LOW for 6-8 hours or on HIGH for 3-4 hours. Directions.

In a shallow bowl, combine 1/4 cup flour, mustard, garlic pepper and seasoned salt. Add pork chops, one at a time, and dredge to coat. In a. Slow-Cooker Pork Chops Everyone will enjoy these fork-tender, slow cooker pork chops with a creamy, light gravy.

Serve with a green vegetable, mashed potatoes and coleslaw or a salad. Pork chops are so quick and easy to make in the oven, so why bother making them in the slow cooker? I’ll give you the reason I gave myself: sanity.

I’ll give you the reason I gave myself: sanity. Weeknight dinners always end up feeling so rushed. Arrange pork chops on a large plate. Rub chops all over with dry soup and dip mix.

Set aside. Step 2. In a slow cooker, combine potatoes, parsnips, and garlic and pour chicken broth over. Place pork chops on top of peeled vegetables in a slow cooker.

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Cover and cook 10 minutes longer, occasionally spooning liquid over chops, or until carrots and pork are tender.

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Reduce heat to medium and add salt pork, carrots, onions, garlic, and tomato paste to now-empty pot; cook, stirring occasionally, until light brown, about 2 minutes.

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Turn the chops, cover, and cook for another 4 to 5 minutes.

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Reduce heat to medium-low, cover, and simmer until chops are fully tender and fork slips easily in and out of meat, 20 to 30 minutes.

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The easy version: dump a cup of Raspberry Vinaigrette (here) and four seared pork chops in a slow cooker and cook on low for six hours.

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Turn the pork in the seasonings to coat it on all sides, then cover the slow cooker and cook on low for 8 hours or until the pork shreds easily.

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Cover, reduce heat to low, and simmer until pork is tender and paring knife inserted in chops meets very little resistance, about 30 minutes.

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Add the salt pork or bacon and sauté until crispy, 5 to 8 minutes.

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Add a chopped onion and 2 pounds of pork tenderloin to a slow cooker and cook on low for 5 hours, or until the meat pulls apart easily with a fork.

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Soak the beans as described above, drain and rinse them, and combine them in a slow cooker with onion, carrot, and celery (all coarsely chopped); a few smashed garlic cloves; and 2 teaspoons salt.

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  • Meal is good but you should always remember to brown any type of meat before you place it in the slow cooker because some people have gotten food poisoning because they didn’t. Doing that is a dangerous health risk. You probably where never told to do so but in the old day’s it was one of the main rules about using your slow cooker. Be smart and do it from now on. Just saying.

  • Looks delicious, Thank u for sharing. I didn’t see where the onion soup mix was added. I guess pouring it over the pork chops or over the onions, then adding the cream of mushroom soup.

  • How much onion mix do you add? I browned the pork chops first. Also saute onion, garlic and fresh mushrooms using the instapot. Now put it on slow cook for 4 hours high. I will let you know how it comes out. ☺��

  • Now there you go again spoiling me must make this some day but you didn’t cook the best part of the pork chops the bones lol from Newfoundland Canada i am 5 years too late good cooking

  • emergency question! Do I need the one cup of stock if I am not using root vegetables? I’m using peas and onions with mushrooms and the mushrooms I have already cooked.

  • this is the fifth recipe I’m not going to make because nobody is browning their meat first. I’m a scratch cook and I don’t believe in not developing flavor.

  • Dear Sir I am making this tonight. I have thin pork chops and not the best cut of meat. Is there any adjustments that I need to make for this recipe? Thx

  • Great meal David! You’re looking so well and chipper! I hope all is well with you:)  I’ve done these with Cream of Mushroom and Chicken. They are really good! (I add a little soy sauce to mine.) Take care:)

  • Making this now with random stuff I had in the cabinet. Im using canned Canned potatoes and real potatoes, one stick of celery, 1 cup beef stock and cream of mushroom soup.

  • I made this tonight minus the sweet potatoes and I used cream of mushroom with chicken broth and it was delicious. Thank you for the recipe!!

  • I made this last night with cream of celery and cream of onion soups, and minus the sweet potato (didn’t have any) But I did use carrots and regular potatoes. I really think the fact that I browned the meat first (like your video) it made a huge difference in the flavor. I’ve seen other videos where they just throw the raw pork chops (or whatever) in the slow cooker, and go from there. But this really was so much better tasting! Thanks for your great videos. I will keep watching for other ideas!

  • Darn that One Pot Chef, I’ve had to go out and buy a slow cooker so I can cook that great looking beef goulash. Look forward to that one.  Cheers.

  • omg i made this with onion, carrots, potato and celery (fresh) and then instead of adding soup i added a can of gravy and watered it down a little omg it was sooo good!!!!

  • It doesn’t show your latest uploads on your channel anymore; I didn’t receive the notification and only found this link in your Facebook. Lovely recipe!

  • Too many people just throw raw unions and meat into the slow cooker. I think it’s absolutely necessary to brown off the unions to get rid of that “raw” flavor, and searing the meat adds so much flavor. Cheers!

  • just discovered your channel. I love your videos. I’ve never been very successful in the kitchen but it’s my new years resolution to learn how to cook! I love that you keep things simple! thank you:)

  • just wanted to let you know how much i enjoy your videos….from Ontario, Canada…..glad you’re all recovered from your surgery, as well

  • Made this last night, was a huge hit! my whole family loved it. I only had cream of mushroom and used maggi chicken flavor bouillon. put in with chops, potato, carrots, onion and garlic. the hardest part was waiting-especially while I was browning garlic and onion in fat from pork chops OMG!!! smelled so good. thanks for sharing.

  • Those pock chops looked real good. Love your channel. I like the way you explain things slowly. Help’s when trying your recipe. Waiting for the next one. Thanks Sheryl.

  • Thank you for the recipe and I love all your recipes because they are simple, easy to follow and look yummy.  Do I need to trim away the fat from the pork chop to make the dish healthier?  Do I need to put on meat tenderizer before cooking?

  • I use to do this in the oven…my boys loved it.  I never thought about using my slow cooker, that is shoved way back in the cupboard..digging it out now & giving it a go!
    I made your Strawberry Bread but with blueberries…..YUMMMMMM 
    Good to see your looking well & back in the kitchen David:)

  • Wonderful idea David!    Great for us in  western Canada… as we  approach fall.. after a super hot summer.  Have to pull out my slower cooker!  Thanks. You are looking back to full health.. which is just great.

  • Hello David!
    I’ve been watching your videos for a couple of weeks now and you are definitely one of my favourites to watch! I love your easy cooking methods and your sense of humour.:D
    I am also an Australian so it also helps to know exactly what ingredients you are using haha! 😉
    I think you are sooo cute, and I just want to squeeze your cheeks!:P
    Thanks for your awesome tutorials!

  • Made this today but I cooked it on low for 7 hours and the sweet potato turned to mush and the pork chops broke up in to chunks, I guess I need to cook it half of that time. I was very tasty though.

  • This looks delicious. Love your cooking videos,David and always look forward to seeing you enjoy the finished product at the end!

  • Have you tried doing a voiceover? Sometimes the noise of the cooking make it hard hearing you. (partially my fault. my laptop has really shitty speakers.:x )

  • looks yummy. can you use parsnips or turnips or rutabaga (sic) instead? Oh, and maybe.cream of mushroom or cream of broccoli instead? What do you think? 

  • Wonderful pork dish David. I have loin pork chops in the freezer & have been wondering how to use them without drying out. I don’t have a slow cooker but I am sure your recipe would work fine slow cooked in the oven. Thank you for the inspiration:)

  • David you need to make a video of you just tasting all the different foods you have made. It would be entertaining you would enjoy it I think.

  • Trying to find out about the wine to s�� if I can order it by mail. Miss the south.Good cooking no where else. Lol could y let me know if I can get it by mail or not. Much appreciated��

  • I’m definitely making this, I have so many bone in pork chops in my freezer I haven’t cooked because they always always end up tough & dry. I’ve been looking for a good slow cooker recipe for my chops! Thanks to Steve and Miss Sheila for sharing this.

  • I am sorry, Ms. Sheila. It sounds like something tragic happened, and I know how I would feel if I lost my husband of 45 years. How many big things births and deaths and houses he has held my hand through. And….I’m going to try the pork chop recipe, he makes it sound wonderful! And I bet it is.

  • I tried your slow cooker pork chops last night for dinner!! They were scrumptious and tender, and delicious!! Thank you!! Also what kind of cooktop is that you used to heat the fry pan? I want one of those!!

  • MAY I make a request??? Could you also Have a still shot of the final product so we can also print out with the recipe???? Thank you…I can’t wait to try this…I know My Late Husband would have LOVEEED THIS…

  • WOW he had he convinced at the end. I was smiling so big and laughing when we was going nuts over this recipe. I always walk past the pork chops too! Not tomorrow!

  • Damn, Red calls me out in the first sentence. I always just throw the chicken in the crock pot. I promise to brown from now on! <3

  • I like IT s LOT,its Free snd experimenting.zNot like s laboratorio.Ahhh.,very GOOD thanks.I would add Larrys seadoning salt,pepper and some garlic.

  • Yes I am sir. Your recipes are fantastic. The only thing I am going to add to the pork chops are mushrooms. Thanks for this one. God bless you and your darling Shelia.

  • I just recently came upon “Cooking with Shotgun Red” videos. I was so surprised when i put 2 and 2 together and realized i watched Steve and Shotgun Red with Ralph Emery. I’m saving all of “Cooking with Shotgun Red videos. Thank you so much Miss Sheila for putting them on for the fans. Steve was such an awesome man!!!❤❤

  • Please don’t listen to bad or negative comments please you are fabulous and are doing shot gun red proud with all your cooking recipes you are doing keep up the great job you are doing

  • Love that its short and to the point! Sometimes i get tired of these looong videos going on about random things. Going to try at home tonight…

  • So we got a Crock Pot for Christmas and we tried a Pot Roast, and now this shit is OVERFUCKING COOKED AFTER 3 GODDAMNED HOURS COOKING ON FUCKING LOW WHAT… THE…. FUCK, chops are fucking 175after 3 fucking hours. Sell me this shit with a fucking disclaimer: “Not all slow cookers are slow cookers.” The Crock Pot is fucking bullshit. Am I supposed to cook everythng on “keep warm,” or what? The roast was overcooked and dry as fuck, these pork chops are sitting in a brown bath in my pot right now at 175, and tough as shit. Hell come to think of it, they were like that at an hour and a half. What the fuck kind of “slow cook” bullshit is this? Wasting my goddamned money on meat for no fucking reason, fuck you Crock Pot. ARGHHJHKJHKJJHLHJHKJHJK;hj!

  • I just discovered your channel and it’s great, keep going and you’ll have 100,000 subscribers in no time! I’m going to share this on my facebook!

  • Got them in the cooker at the moment:D have made a whole bunch of recipes from this channel now… never let’s me down. Thanks for the videos!!!!

  • Salt…don’t add it if you think it’s too much. Sugar…if it was too sweet for your liking….here’s an idea…reduce the sugar or leave it out. She didn’t say this recipe was written in stone and can’t be changed!

  • Hi David!:)
    Great video. So happy to see you up and making yummy recipes again! Can’t wait to try this:) Have a great day! Amy from the UK

  • Very Very Good I am eating this right now two thumbs up it is delish!!! I added mushrooms with the onions but thats it. Not a pork chop fan but this slow cooker version is fantastic.

  • I just tried this tonight, and really didn’t care for it. I prepped the recipe the night before, loading up the slow cooker insert with the chops and sauce, kept it in the fridge overnight, and then took it out and started it the next day. I found the chops to be exceptionally dry. The flavor also didn’t seem to penetrate the meat, resulting in something that tasted like bland pork with strong soy flavor on the outside.

  • Must go slow on the sugar and the soy sauce for me. Otherwise its almost perfect. As an Asian these are actually our basic condiments in cooking. I will also add one thing. Ill sear the meats first for browning their surfaces.

  • I fixed this today for dinner. It was a hit with my family. I think I over cooked them. They turned black around the edges. They were still very tasty and moist. Not dried out at all. Thanks for posting such a simple and wonderful recipe. stinkycatz

  • Way too much salt for me. High salt in the soya sauce and ketchup and the added
    salt just made it even higher. Might work with low salt soya sauce and no extra salt 

  • I am going to make this but will eliminate the salt as the soysauce and ketchup already have alot of salt in them. I also am going to double the garlic as I am married to a ukrainian and extra garlic is always needed.