Crock Pot Pork Chops PT135M https://img4.recipesrun.com/201907/2019/0806/ae/3/633251/300x200x90.jpg I don't know many people that would consider pork chops their favorite cut of meat. How could they even compete with bacon? Honestly, they never stood a chance. Most of the time pork chops come out dry and flavorless. Insert crock-pot! Slow cooking your pork chops develops more flavor and keeps them juicy. Giving the pork chops a quick sear in the skillet before adding to the crock-pot isn't just for the color. It helps trap in some juices and gives it a nice almost caramelized crust which adds tons of flavor. Fruit with your pork chops? YES. Peaches add flavor and some much needed extra juice. The juicy sweetness pairs so well with the pork chops and once you try it you'll never look back. Apples also go very well with pork chops! Because pork chops are leaner, the longer they cook past the recommended time, the more they will start to dry out. Since we are trying our hardest to make these extra juicy don't let them cook for too long after they reach the recommended internal temp of 145℉. 4 servings Ingredients: Freshly chopped parsley, for garnish Cooked white rice, for serving 1 tbsp. Brown sugar 2 tbsp. Apple cider vinegar 1/2 c. Low-sodium chicken broth 3 sprigs Fresh thyme 1/4 tsp. Crushed red pepper flakes 1 Medium red onion, thinly sliced 2 Peaches, thinly sliced Freshly ground black pepper Kosher salt 4 Boneless pork chops 2 tbsp. Extra-virgin olive oil
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Crock Pot Pork Chops

I don't know many people that would consider pork chops their favorite cut of meat. How could they even compete with bacon? Honestly, they never stood a chance. Most of the time pork chops come out dry and flavorless. Insert crock-pot! Slow cooking your pork chops develops more flavor and keeps them juicy. Giving the pork chops a quick sear in the skillet before adding to the crock-pot isn't just for the color. It helps trap in some juices and gives it a nice almost caramelized crust which adds tons of flavor. Fruit with your pork chops? YES. Peaches add flavor and some much needed extra juice. The juicy sweetness pairs so well with the pork chops and once you try it you'll never look back. Apples also go very well with pork chops! Because pork chops are leaner, the longer they cook past the recommended time, the more they will start to dry out. Since we are trying our hardest to make these extra juicy don't let them cook for too long after they reach the recommended internal temp of 145℉.
01 Information
  • Grade medium
  • Serving 4 servings
  • Calorie 202 Kcal
  • Prep Time 15 Mins
  • Cook Time 120 Mins
  • Total Time 135 Mins
02 Ingredients
    • Freshly chopped parsley, for garnish
    • Cooked white rice, for serving
    • 1 tbsp. Brown sugar
    • 2 tbsp. Apple cider vinegar
    • 1/2 c. Low-sodium chicken broth
    • 3 sprigs Fresh thyme
    • 1/4 tsp. Crushed red pepper flakes
    • 1 Medium red onion, thinly sliced
    • 2 Peaches, thinly sliced
    • Freshly ground black pepper
    • Kosher salt
    • 4 Boneless pork chops
    • 2 tbsp. Extra-virgin olive oil
03 Method
  • Step 1
    In a large skillet over medium-high heat, heat oil. Season both sides of pork chops with salt and pepper, then sear until golden, about 2 minutes per side.
  • Step 2
    Add to crockpot along with peaches, onions, more salt and pepper, and red pepper flakes. Add thyme, chicken broth, apple cider vinegar, and brown sugar and stir to coat. Cook on low until pork chops are tender and peaches and onions are soft 2 hours.
  • Step 3
    Remove cooked thyme then serve over rice garnished with fresh parsley.
04 Author
Lori Lori
647 Recipes
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