So everyone was impressed with how tasty this recipe ended up being. Often when you put meat and sauce together in a crock, the meat doesn’t hold onto the salt, pepper and spices that you put onto it, leaving one to have to re add the spices back on after. No one had to re add for this recipe, the pork held to the flavor perfectly and with the rice and sauce it was delicious. You could also make this pork chop recipe with a rice pilaf, mashed potatoes or egg noodles instead of rice.
Hi I'm Sarah, I live in very rural Kansas with my 3 children. We also have 3 hens, Betty Lou, Dinozzo, Jenny Jewel. Our fun involves gardening, living in an iconic area of the country where corn fields,small towns, tractors, farmers and hard work are still very important and occasionally when we need some adventure we drive on over the border to Missouri where the real shopping stores are...aka Target. I grew up in Utah so I enjoy commemorating with Heidi over everything Rocky Mountains.
Hi we are Heidi, Katie & Sarah and together we are the Crock-Pot Ladies here to save the day with easy slow cooker recipes that everyone will enjoy! We love cooking and experimenting in our crockpots and sharing our creations with you, our readers!