4 pork chops 1 cup rice, uncooked 1 envelope onion soup mix 1 can (10.75 ounce size) cream of mushroom soup 2 cups water
Pour rice into crockpot. Sprinkle with 1/3 onion soup mix. Place pork chops over rice. Pour mushroom soup over all. Sprinkle remaining onion soup mix over all. Add water. Cook on low for 8 to 10 hours.
I just cook the chops without the rice then serve with rice or noodles or mashed potatoes and cook only for 5-6 hours. The soup makes a delicious gravy.
whizzer September 26, 2014 REVIEW:
Brown the chips first but don't fully cook. Place on top of rice as directed. Cook on low four hours not 8. Rice wasn't too mushy but I could see it being so if you cooked it 8 hours.
Member since: May 11, 2010
star1984 August 9, 2014 REVIEW:
This is a dish that can cook while you are at work, making dinnertime quick and easy. Pork chops never tasted so good after the flavor of the onion soup and mushroom soup have had time to simmer together all day.
Member since: Sep 28, 2013
Lakeesha July 29, 2014 REVIEW:
Comfort food never was this simple to make. Prepared foods such as the dried onion soup mix and the canned mushroom soup make this delicious dinner a snap to make. I love to serve fresh steamed broccoli with this main course for a pop of bright green color and crunch to go with the fall-off-the-bone pork chops. Boneless chops work well too.
Heather July 5, 2014 COMMENT: I wonder if I could do this with dry ranch dressing instead of onion soup mix? I want to do it tomorrow but I don't have any onion soup mix on hand.
Member since: Oct 5, 2013
KarisKitchen October 17, 2013 REVIEW:
Cooked this for 4 hours on high and the rice wasn't mushy and the pork was tender.
Wmj July 18, 2013 REVIEW:
The rice should not be in the crock pot with the pork chops, it get to mushy.
The pork chops were very tender.
Lisa0645 June 27, 2013 REVIEW:
I desparately needed something easy for dinner last night so I picked this recipe. It turned out great! Although I probably only cooked it for about 6 hours on low, not the 8-10 recommended.
Roger June 27, 2013 REVIEW:
Talk about quick and easy. I followed the recipe as listed, but also added a can of crushed pineapple (with juice) and topped it off with some cinnamon/vanilla pancake syrup. It was gone in no time.
Guest Foodie March 18, 2013 REVIEW:
I omitted the water and kept the rice out. Cooked the pork with the soups. I then cooked the rice separate until almost cooked. Pulled the pork chops out and kept them warm and stirred the cooked rice into the gravy made from the soup. Put the pork chops back on top of that and cooked for another 30 minutes so the rice could absorbe some of the soup.
Ang February 27, 2013 REVIEW:
DO NOT USE RICE. The rice will turn out mushy. Pork chops were ok. Not a good recipe at all!
Bella October 25, 2012 REVIEW:
This recipe is sooooooo good!! I will definitely make it again and again!! From making the recipe I learned NOT to put the rice in the crockpot!!! DEFINATELY make the rice seperatly!!! It got all mushy and gross!!! I had to scoop it put and add other can of mushroom soup and some more onion soup mix in order to continue cooking the pork chops alone in the crock pot!!! The gravy cooked with the pork chops turned out delicious!!! Another thing, I cooked this on high for about 3 1/2 hours because, I was in a hurry, and then for the last hour or so ( after I saw the pork chops were NOT completely raw anymore) I cooked it on low. The pork chops came out super super tender still!!! That was my initial concern with cooking on high but it worked!!! It's a great recipe!!!!
Lorrie June 17, 2012 REVIEW:
I am in the process of cooking this in the crock pot right now. I didn't have the exact ingredients that this recipe called for, and didn't have time to go to the store, so I improvised. Here is what I used that I had on hand.
I lightly salted, peppered, and browned 4 center cut boneless pork chops in olive oil. Then I put about 1 1/4 to 1 1/3 cups of uncooked brown rice in the crock pot and placed chops on top. I drizzled remaining olive oil and pork chop drippings from skillet over the chops and then mixed a can and a half of cream of chicken and mushroom soup with equal parts skim milk in the skillet and barely heated until mixed and poured it over the top. I didn't have any onion soup mix, but it typically has too much sodium in it for me. Next time, when I have more time, I will saute some onions in olive oil and put them in with everything in place of the onion soup mix.
I noticed it needed a bit more liquid after cooking about 5 hours in order to be moist enough for the remaining cooking time, so I mixed the other half of cream of chicken and mushroom soup with equal part skim milk and added it. The rice is actually done and really yummy right now, but the pork chops although done need to be a bit more tender. So, I will continue to cook for the remaining 3 to 5 hours.
I think you could use almost any kind of cream soup and even throw in some vegetables and end up with a very delicious dish!
Thank you for this great/easy recipe!
JAY January 25, 2011 REVIEW:
This is the best recipe I have made with pork in the crock pot. It tasted to me like city chicken. Very tender & YUMMY! Will make again & again!
Yum November 24, 2010 REVIEW:
I cube my pork (use boneless chops) and it becomes more of a rice/pork/casserole. very good.
Guest Foodie May 21, 2007 REVIEW:
I'm not sure why some people have difficulty with rice in the crock pot but this turned out great for me. Maybe it's the heat of different makes/models or the type of rice? Anyway, browned my pork chops first so they are a little more cooked before putting in the crock so I cooked this on low for 4-5 hours instead. Maybe the longer cooking time makes the rice mushy so try that.
Guest Foodie December 14, 2006 REVIEW:
Rice was a little over cooked (edible, but texture wasn't spot on). Salty from the soups. Will probably tweak it a bit and try it again.