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Crockpot Pork Chops Gravy


My friend Shauna shared this yummy recipe with us. I made it yesterday in the
crockpot. It calls for pork chops, but I have also substituted with chicken and it turned out great! So, you can use either.
A couple of suggestions on serving this dish are over red mashed potatoes, brown rice, or with baked or mashed cauliflower. The gravy goes great with any of these sides.

I actually, to save on time, just added cut up red potatoes and some baby carrots right in the pot and cooked it with the meat and gravy! YUM!


Shauna had a suggestion in case your crockpot is like hers and burns:
"Thanks for posting Morgan! I do have some tips or suggestions. I seem to never have luck with crock pots. Mine overcooks, especially with thick liquids, they tend to burn. So, an option for those of you who have my same problem... is to omit the flour during cook time and add it at the end. Just take out a cup of the cooking liquid and whisk the flour into it and add the mixture back in the crock pot until thick. Sometimes, I take out all the liquid and put it in a saucepan and add the flour then and cook it until thickened.
I have also had bad luck with boneless pork chops because they are so much thinner than chicken or Bone-In pork chops because of my crock pot. I found that the Bone-In pork chops worked best, the boneless came out very dry. I can't wait to try it with the chicken though.. great idea! This is one of my favorite recipes!"

Thanks Shauna for the great recipe! We would love to hear from you so please leave any comments or suggestions. Enjoy!

Total Servings 6 Total Cost: $4.50
 

Ingredients:

6 Pork Chops (Bone In or Not) or 6 Chicken Breasts-Frozen
1 14oz Can of Low Sodium Chicken Broth

1 1/2 tsp Dry Mustard

3/4 tsp Salt

1/2 tsp Garlic Powder

1/2 tsp Black Pepper

2/3 Cup of Flour


  • Take 1 cup of broth and heat in microwave for 1 minute
  • In a large bowl whisk the 2/3 cup of flour into the 1 cup of hot broth
  • Put all ingredients into crockpot
  • Cook on high for 3.5 hours or low for 5 hours
  • Can add 5 Cut up Red Potatoes and 1 Cup baby Carrots

Comments

  1. Thanks for posting Morgan! I do have some tips or suggestions. I seem to never have luck with crock pots. Mine overcooks, especially with thick liquids, they tend to burn. So, an option for those of you who have my same problem... is to omit the flour during cook time and add it at the end. Just take out a cup of the cooking liquid and whisk the flour into it and add the mixture back in the crock pot until thick. Sometimes, I take out all the liquid and put it in a saucepan and add the flour then and cook it until thickened.
    I have also had bad luck with boneless pork chops because they are so much thinner than chicken or Bone-In pork chops because of my crock pot. I found that the Bone-In pork chops worked best, the boneless came out very dry. I can't wait to try it with the chicken though.. great idea! This is one of my favorite recipes.

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