Often, there’s a misconception that crafting a mouth-watering pork chop demands an extensive list of ingredients. But the beauty of pork lies in its inherent ability to soak up flavors, leading to a succulent and tender result.
Here’s a straightforward 3-ingredient slow cooker pork chop recipe that champions simplicity without compromising on taste. The secret behind its savory punch? Readily available canned soups and seasoning packets. Dive in!
Let’s Get Cooking:
4 pork chops, cleaned
1 packet ranch dressing mix (adjust to taste)
1 can cream of chicken (condensed). Alternatively, cream of mushroom works wonders too.
Begin by arranging your pork chops snugly within the slow cooker.
Pour over the cream of chicken soup. An essential tip: Match the soup quantity with an equal volume of water (simply use the emptied soup can for measurement) and pour it in.
Sprinkle in the ranch dressing mix. There’s no fixed rule on the quantity – you might not need the entire packet. However, considering the liquid content increases during cooking, being generous isn’t an issue.
Set your slow cooker on the ‘Low’ setting and let those chops simmer away for approximately 6 hours.
Once they’re perfectly tender and dripping with flavor, gently lift them out using tongs or a spatula.
Plate up with some hearty potatoes and a side of refreshing greens.
Embrace this minimalist approach, and you’re sure to have a meal that delights without the fuss. Enjoy your effortless culinary masterpiece!