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Crock Pot Pork Chop Dinner With Three Easy Ingredients

April 1st, 2020

Who doesn’t like tasty, easy-to-prep meals?

If you’re a happy meat eater and appreciate a good pork chop, then this recipe will be right up your alley. Mom of three, Cindy Lott, shared a delicious recipe for pork chops on her YouTube channel.

According to her, you’ll only need these:

  • 3-4 Pork Chops
  • 1 packet of Ranch Seasoning Mix
  • 1 can of Cream of Chicken Soup (1 can of water)
  • slow cooker
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You’ll love how she walks viewers through the process. It’s so easy to follow!

Imagine assembling the ingredients, tossing them together in the slow cooker, and finding something fun to do while the pork cooks for four to six hours. Netflix, anyone?

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Here’s the recipe.

First in the slow cooker are the pork chops.

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Then, the can of cream of chicken soup.

Pour the chicken soup all over the pork chops. Use the same can to measure water, and pour that in as well.

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Then for some added flavor, pour in the entire packet of dry ranch seasoning.

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Cindy also added a bit of garlic powder, salt, and pepper. You can do the same or opt to stick with just the ranch dressing.

Once all the ingredients are in the slow cooker, mix it all together.

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After combining all the ingredients together, Cindy covered the slow cooker and set it to low, planning to cook it for six hours.

If you don’t have as much time to spare, you can choose a faster cooking time by adjusting the setting to high and letting the pork chops cook for four hours.

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Here’s how appetizing the three-ingredient meal looks:

Cindy served her pork chops with rice and corn, surely a filling and delicious meal.

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Doesn’t the meat look tender and delicious?

We’re positive this dish will make the entire kitchen smell amazing, too.

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What’s great about this recipe is that it can go from lunch to dinner, too.

You can serve it when you have company over – it requires little work from your end but guarantees incredible results.

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Occasion or no occasion, you can cook it for the family, too!

It’s something everyone’s sure to love.

Quick and simple, it’s a dish that boasts so much flavor.

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Mastering this dish is easy. If you’re looking to experiment with more pork recipes, here are a few helpful tips you’ll want to take note of:

  • Prick the meat to check for doneness. The juice should run clear or have a faint pink tint. To ensure doneness, check with a meat thermometer.
  • Insert the thermometer into the thickest part of the cut. The temperature for medium doneness is at 145°F, while well done pork is at 160°F to 165°F.
  • Pan-fried pork recipes are great, too. The best cut for these are boneless.
  • If you’re experimenting with roast pork recipes, rub the surface of the meat with your favorite seasonings for added flavor.

If you’ve got some free time on your hands (and these simple ingredients ready in the kitchen), check out Cindy’s video and whip up something delicious today!

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Source: Cindy Lott, Recipe Tips

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