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Slow Cooker Pork Chops In Cream Of Mushroom Soup

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Rating: 5/5 5 stars
13 reviews
3 comments

ready in: over 5 hrs
serves/makes:   8
  

recipe id: 37794
cook method: stovetop, crock pot

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ingredients

8 pork chops, medium size
2 cans (10.75 ounce size) cream of mushroom soup
5 ounces water

directions

Brown pork chops slightly before placing in crock pot. Mix cream of mushroom soup and water. Pour over pork chops and cook on low 6 to 8 hours.

Makes a good gravy to serve with mashed potatoes or noodles.

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nutrition

264 calories, 17 grams fat, 2 grams carbohydrates, 24 grams protein per serving. This recipe is low in carbs.
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May 8, 2010





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Working long hours or feeling lethargic tonight? This creamy mushroom pork dish will aid your menu perfectly if you want a home cooked meal without supervision by using a classic crock pot. This works with any side dish as the mushroom cream makes a perfect sauce


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Dec 24, 2009





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This recipe creates an easy work-day meal. Just pop in the crock pot and allow it to prepare this for you. You could add a dozen small red potatoes and two cups of raw broccoli increasing the water to 10 oz. This will provide an entire meal to serve 4-6. Enhance the flavor of the pork chops by seasoning them with Sazon before browning.


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Apr 9, 2010





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This is a great way to combine your love of pork with your love of mushrooms. The key to this recipe is having a good crock pot - it will make the meat especially tender and really enhance the soup. I always eat this with mashed potatoes, because it is the most delicious thing to add to potatoes!


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I sautee some onions and add them and add garlic powder and a pinch of dried thyme and black pepper for more flavor. The gravy was quite thin so I'd omit the water next time.


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I omit the water and just let the steam add a little liquid to the soup as I like a thicker gravy. I serve this with steamed rice and it's total comfort food. I've also used cut up pork loin in the same recipe and serve it over noodles.


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Jul 15, 2013





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This is a great recipe. To add to the flavor, when braising the pork I also added worchester sauce. In the crock pot I added a good couple tablespoons of minced garlic and some more worchester. Amazing!


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Mar 9, 2013





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Made this tonight the family just loved it. will make it again. I used kitchen bouquet to add color (brown) and seasoning on chops. stick of celery. I cooked on high for one hour than slow for 3 hours. thats all, done, and with loads of mashed pototoes.


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Kat

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Someone was worried about the length of time...notice the recipe says "low" for 5+ hours. If you need it faster, as I do tonight, just cook it on high for less time. This recipe looks wonderful, and I'm sure pork chops already browned will be all ready to eat in 4 hours on high in my crockpot. If wrong, I'll send another comment!


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eck0731

COMMENT:
Is the one can of soup, 'condensed' or 'ready to serve'?

CDKitchen Staff Reply:
I'd go with condensed since it's a crockpot recipe. The ready to serve kind would probably end up too watery.




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The only thing I do different is add a can of undrained mushrooms and omit the additional water. Delish!


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Sep 3, 2006





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Family really enjoyed this recipe. Did not change anything. The addition of the carrots is a great idea. Thanks.


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I tried cubing pork tenderloin and using that instead of the pork chops. Served it over mashed potatoes. It was so amazingly wonderful.


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I love this recipe because I can have dinner prepped in just a few minutes. One note, this used to work great in my old crock pot on low for 6-8 hours, but with my new one (my favorite old crock pot broke) I have to cook it less time or cook on the warm setting if I want to let it sit all day.


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I used 4 boneless pork chops with the above recipe...and only had to cook about 6 hours. It came out delicious. This was my first meal with my new crock pot! Highly recommended and so easy!


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normabee

COMMENT:
THIS CROCKPOT RECIPE STARTS OFF "READY IN 5 HOURS" AND ENDS WITH "COOK ON LOW 6 TO 8 HOURS" WASN'T ABLE TO USE DUE TO TIME RESTRAINTS.

CDKitchen Staff Reply:
It says Ready In > 5 hours which means GREATER than five hours. The exact cooking times are always in the directions. The other categories of cooking times are < 30 minutes (less than 30 minutes), 30-60 minutes, 1-2 hours, 2-5 hours, and > 5 hours.




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I season the chops with some Cajun spices before browing them. Then I use a low sodium soup so it doesn't get too salty. Turns out great every time.