Who says you can’t have a proper yummy meal on a busy day? Our slow-roasted crockpot chops are so easy to whip up that you can enjoy it even on a busy weekday. The flavors are the bomb, and you only need a few ingredients for the robust sauce.
Slow Cooker Porkchop FAQs
While you often cook chicken in your crockpot, it’s time to try a different cut of meat. Did you know that pork chops, just like chicken, cook very well in a crockpot?
This recipe I’m sharing produces crockpot pork chop that is just so tender it melts right in your mouth. And of course, the robust sauce intensifies the flavor.
How to Serve the Chops
Serve it as a topping of hot steamed rice or freshly made mashed potatoes. It also goes well with bread since it’ll soak up all the flavors of that rich, thick sauce. Serve it with veggies on the side.
And don’t forget to sprinkle parsley on top. You can also use sliced green onions.
- ½ c ketchup
- ⅓ c soy sauce
- 2 tsp minced garlic
- ¼ c honey
- 2 tbsp cornstarch
- Brown the pork chop in a pan. Pour oil, toss in the chop, and season with salt and pepper. Flip it to brown the other side too. Set aside.
- Mix the sauce (½ c ketchup, ⅓ c soy sauce, 2 tsp minced garlic, ¼ c honey, and 2 tbsp cornstarch).
- Place the pork in the crockpot and pour the sauce over it. Cook for 4 hours on low heat.
- Put cornstarch on ¼ cup of cold water and pour it over the pork chop. Cook for an additional hour.