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Crockpot porkchops? #4614962
12/26/17 05:41 PM
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So I pretty much always do my crockpot porkchops the same two bottles of whatever BBQ sauce and a cup of water throw in some chops and let slow cook for about 7.5 hrs. It works and they come out good but I'm looking for some ideas other then BBQ sauce to put in the crock for the chops to cook in? Anyone with some crockpot porkchop ideas?

Re: Crockpot porkchops? [Re: Camprunner] #4614981
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It will be ok. Change it soonish for a proper fill but it's no reason to panic

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Re: Crockpot porkchops? [Re: Camprunner] #4614984
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What about chicken broth? Canned mushroom and celery soup also works.


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Re: Crockpot porkchops? [Re: Camprunner] #4614994
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Cook in a pot of chili.


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Re: Crockpot porkchops? [Re: redbone3] #4615015
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I just made pork cacciatore. Use lots of veggies and 16 oz. of vegetable broth. The veggies cook down. It was so good I took a picture.

Re: Crockpot porkchops? [Re: Camprunner] #4615203
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Re: Crockpot porkchops? [Re: askani79705] #4615218
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I'm gonna try this one!

Re: Crockpot porkchops? [Re: Camprunner] #4615568
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I have some pork loin in the crockpot right now, soaking in Fischer and Wieser raspberry chipotle sauce. This is the second time in 2 weeks I have done it...by request. IT IS AMAZING!


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Re: Crockpot porkchops? [Re: Camprunner] #4615843
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Honey mustard vinaigrette works awesome with pork.

https://noblepig.com/2010/03/pork-tenderloin-with-honey-mustard-sauce/

Re: Crockpot porkchops? [Re: Camprunner] #4616795
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This is great crew thank you all I am going to try several ideas above!

Re: Crockpot porkchops? [Re: DBMaster] #4616973
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Originally Posted By: DBMaster


I'm gonna try this one!


Well, the store I visited first did not have any bone-in chops and the boneless loin chops looked boring. So, I'm making this recipe with picnic roast (shoulder) and cooking it two hours longer. I cut the roast into smaller pieces so it would remain submerged during cooking. Fingers crossed. It sure does smell good.

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Originally Posted By: DBMaster
Originally Posted By: DBMaster


I'm gonna try this one!


Well, the store I visited first did not have any bone-in chops and the boneless loin chops looked boring. So, I'm making this recipe with picnic roast (shoulder) and cooking it two hours longer. I cut the roast into smaller pieces so it would remain submerged during cooking. Fingers crossed. It sure does smell good.


The end result was excellent. I think any cut of pork will work. The cooking time is all that needs to vary. (I cooked the shoulder for about seven hours to tenderize.) This is NOT a recipe for those who have to watch sodium intake. The sodium content in insane.

Re: Crockpot porkchops? [Re: Camprunner] #4619524
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Trying the smothered pork chops today. Too cold to do much else.


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Re: Crockpot porkchops? [Re: DBMaster] #4619661
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Originally Posted By: DBMaster
Originally Posted By: DBMaster
Originally Posted By: DBMaster


I'm gonna try this one!


Well, the store I visited first did not have any bone-in chops and the boneless loin chops looked boring. So, I'm making this recipe with picnic roast (shoulder) and cooking it two hours longer. I cut the roast into smaller pieces so it would remain submerged during cooking. Fingers crossed. It sure does smell good.


The end result was excellent. I think any cut of pork will work. The cooking time is all that needs to vary. (I cooked the shoulder for about seven hours to tenderize.) This is NOT a recipe for those who have to watch sodium intake. The sodium content in insane.


Good lord, no kidding on the sodium! 2180mg/serving shocked2 Whenever I make recipes like this, I always use the low sodium variants of the ingrediants; it will cut the sodium in half.

Re: Crockpot porkchops? [Re: askani79705] #4627119
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Made these today exactly as per the recipe. Verdict: good enough to have again, but could be tweaked as per personal preference. Next time, I plan to sear the pork briefly before it goes into the slow cooker, and make the sauce in the pan using the pork goodies. I might choose to to use boneless pork cuts or cubed pork steak next time. Also thinking about using cream of mushroom next time. The idea of chicken soup + chicken broth sounds to me like too many chicken products when you're trying to cook pork...but that's just me.

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