Welp, this is the first year that I have seen Christmas and Halloween decorations up at the same time in department stores. Pour half of the soup mixture over the stuffing. This Instant Pot version is as tender as a traditional recipe but less than half the time! If your pork chops are very lean, I think that it may be helpful to use the butter, but of course it is up to you. Sprinkle one of the packages of stuffing mix over the onions. Jw if i should throw another can of soup on top to keep the stuffing from getting hard and dry? I really need to do the math , plus they are relatively shelf stable and can be made from ingredients most people already have hanging out in their kitchens.
Thanks for the great recipe. Once the pork chops are done, you can just use a slotted spoon or tongs to get the pork out of the Crock Pot and use whatever remains as gravy. All of us need to stick together and share recipes so we can all enjoy them. Top with stuffing after all broth is absorbed. Crock-pots have helped me manage my busy life and allowed me to continue serving healthy homemade options. If you do decide to try either of these for the 8 hours on low, please dr back by and let me know how things worked for you. This pot has never done this before.
How Long Are Leftovers Good in the Fridge? My son hates mushrooms so I dump the can in a bowl add just enough water or milk to thin it out and run it thru a sieve to remove the mushrooms. Things will cook down a bit, so not to worry. Super easy is my cup of tea when it comes to cooking — thanks for sharing! Or has this been happening all-along and I just live under a rock? Layer half of the onion rings on top of the pork chops. Please consult your own nutritional calculators. No need to look for another recipe.
Mostly the gravy and stuffing tend to cook together. Like I have already said, though, this recipe is simple, easy, and stress free. Arrange pork chops on sheet pan. They are then baked to perfection in just 20 minutes and pair perfectly with roasted potatoes and green beans. Can I Stuff and Freeze These for Future Meals? When you first dip in to the slow cooker for a serving, you will see a layer of gravy with the stuffing sandwiched between the gravy and pork chop.
An instant-read thermometer inserted into the center should read at least 160 degrees F 70 degrees C. If they honestly listed what was in them we would all freak out probably lol. We personally like to serve ours over rice, since it is a nice texture with the soft pork chop. As for it going on sale…only once have I ever found the Healthy Request soups on sale. My husband and I had it over rice and it was delicious. And you can substitute cream of chicken or celery for the cream of mushroom.
Running a very close second is they are just so darned tasty. Spread stuffing over bottom of crock pot. Put in fridge 2 hours to marinate. We absolutely loved this Crock Pot Pork Stuffing Casserole which was inspired by a mix of the recipe Cris made and the recipe I made. I did use healthy request cream of chicken bc thats what was on sale at the time it was rather thin and runny out of the can instead of a thicker glob. The celery, of course, was fresh, but the carrots and green beans were frozen.
Either way you will be satisfied! I am wondering how they would do in the crock pot? Thank you so much for sharing!! I have not added veggies to the stuffing mix, but that sounds like a great idea. Happiness on a dinner plate. The pork chops are tender and the gravy is lip-smacking good. Let me know how things work out for you. I have done pork chops and stuffing before in the crock pot and similar to this recipe. The chops always come out super tender and the gravy makes it seem like I spent way longer in the kitchen than I did. This recipe includes the use of a boxed version and 4 pork chops.
Hi … I just put eleven thin cut chops in the crockpot with one can of family size cream of chicken soup and one pkg. Ground beef and noodles with a creamy, cheesy sauce. As i look in the top of my crock pot all i see is bare stuffing everything soaked thru or down to the chops. Crock Pot Pork Stuffing Casserole Note: Scroll to the bottom for the printable recipe. Heat oil in large skillet over medium heat; add chops and brown, about 4 to 5 minutes per side. We use thin boneless pork chops for this recipe but you can also use bone-in chops.
I stocked up on a bunch of them, but have finally used the last one of the cream of chicken. One of my favorite things about this crock pot pork chops recipe is the delicious gravy it creates. It might be something you can play around with. Boneless pork chops of regular thickness work perfectly well for stuffing, no need to purchase the extra thick ones. Sometimes life comes together in simple, beautiful ways…not often, but sometimes.