Are you looking for a pork chop recipe that is so simple a child could make it? This recipe for Crock-Pot Pork Chop Casserole is it! Just 6 simple ingredients and you will have an amazing pork chop dinner on the table with little fuss!
Slow Cooker Pork Chop Casserole
Crock-Pot Pork Chop Casserole is a reader recipe from Erika. This dish came out pretty darn tasty and one that I look forward to making again and again!
This recipe rather threw me for a loop because I had never used white rice in a crock-pot recipe (outside a of small amounts in soup) before, and I have to say I was a nervous wreck, but it turned out great!
Rice is one of my kids favorite foods and they end up loving every dish I make with rice, so it was a win win for us.
This recipe calls for cream of mushroom soup, but feel free to change that out for cream of celery, cream of broccoli, cream of chicken etc if you are not keen on cream of mushroom.
To get a good coloring on the chops, you should brown them up a bit on the stove top first. Just heat up some oil or butter in a frying pan until nice and hot and add your pork chops to the pan making sure not to overcrowd the pan (if your pan is small you may want to cook them in batches) and let them cook 5 minutes or so on each side just until there is some nice color on your chops. This pan searing also locks in the juices so your pork chops come out nice and juicy.
I served this casserole with some lovely steamed vegetables on the side as well as some nice homemade French bread.
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Crock-Pot Pork Chop Casserole Recipe
- Cook rice so you have one cup.
- Saute pork chops in a bit of Olive oil, non-stick cooking spray or butter to brown them up a bit.
- Spray the a 6 quart or larger slow cooker with non-stick cooking spray to avoid sticking.
- Lay the pork chops into bottom of crock, I squished them in as best as I could.
- Mix the remaining ingredients in a bowl and mix well.
- Pour them over the pork chops.
- Cover and cook on low for 6-8 hours or high for 3-4 hours. Use a meat thermometer to check temperature which should read 145° F to ensure it is cooked. Remember bone in pork chops will take longer then boneless.