Smothered Pork Chops with onions are delicious!
This is a dish that before the power cooker came along would take 3-4 hours to make depending on your crockpot or slow cooker.
A lot of folks prepare this dish a lot of different ways but I found this recipe online and it looked fantastic.
Watching this being made prompted me to make a decision to make them myself. These are going to be, fall off the bone tender!
If you don’t have a power cooker you really need one because this is not the only meal you will want to make with one!
I have made several meals with mine and the time needed to do those meals usually only took 1/4 of the time as it usually would.
For instance, the last time I made 4 chicken breast with potatoes and carrots, from prep to finish was approx. 30 – 40 minutes. Normally this takes 3-4 hours in our crock pot!
These Power cookers are great and every cook needs on!
Enjoy the recipe and let us know what your favorites recipe for the Power cooker is.
4 Pork Chops w/bone in
1 Garlic clove, minced
3 Tbsp. Parsley, chopped
2 Tbsp. Lime Juice
1 Lb. Onion julinned
¼ Cup milk
1 tsp. Salt
½ tsp. pepper
2 Tbsp. Olive oil
2 Tbsp. Butter
1 Tbsp. Flour
2 Tbsp. Corn starch mixed with 3 Tbsp water (To make thicker)
Set Power cooker to Brown, add a small amount of olive oil and allow to heat.
Add pork chops after salt and pepper to taste and allow to sear. This adds more flavors. It is not necessary but recommended.
Remove chops after searing and add your onions and garlic for approx. 2 minutes.
Add the rest or your ingredients and add chops.
Cover and cook for 15 minutes.
Remove Pork Chops to plate and cover with remains of mix in cooker.
Serve hot with favorite side dish and enjoy!
You can watch the video of this Smothered Pork Chop meal being prepared below.
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