Wednesday, February 2, 2011

One-Pot Pork Chop Supper

In my early years of marriage, I used to prepare this dish often...especially since pork chops have always been one of my husband's favorites!  I made it again recently and was reminded of just how simple and how good this dish is! 

One of the best things about the preparation of this dish is that it is all done in one pot, so clean-up is a cinch. It is very simple to prepare, and once you have it in the skillet you can have a little time to yourself!


4 bone-in center cut pork chops
2-3 Tablespoons olive oil
1 can tomato soup **
1/2 cup water
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 Teaspoon Worcestershire sauce (or 1 Tablespoon balsamic vinegar, if making GF)
6-8 small potatoes, quartered
15-20 baby carrots, or 4 carrots cut into 2 inch pieces
1 medium onion, cut in 1/8ths


** Can substitute a 16 oz. Creamy Tomato Soup or Roasted Red Pepper Soup as in picture above if you are looking for a Gluten Free (GF) option. Omit water if using one of these soups.


Generously salt and pepper both sides of pork chops.


Heat oil in skillet on Medium heat and brown pork chops on both sides. Drain well.


While chops are browning, prepare vegetables.
If using condensed tomato soup, mix soup with water in a bowl until well-combined.


After chops are browned on both sides, add all remaining ingredients to skillet.


Cover and cook over Medium Low heat for approximately 1 1/4 hours, or until vegetables are tender.


The sauce this dish makes is really yummy over rice.  Add a tossed salad and dinner is served!  Enjoy!

7 comments:

Becky said...

This looks so easy and yummy, Em!!!

Faith said...

I'm sure I've had this before, but I can't really remember it. Looks so yummy!

andrea said...

oh wow...you know i'm gonna try it! my kids ask often for Mimi's banana bread (that would be your delicious recipe)!...that makes me smile!

MiMi said...

Thanks, Andrea! Banana Bread is one of my husband's favorites, too! BTW..it freezes really well, too. The last time I made some, I made it in mini loaves and froze them and I just set one out the night before and we have homemade banana bread for breakfast whenever we want! ( :

petrii said...

These look so good and all in one pot ~~ great!!!

Jennifer said...

Are you coming back soon? :) I just found your blog and have done several of your recipes. They are easy and delicious!

MiMi said...

Jennifer, I am glad that you found my blog and have found a couple of recipes to try. I really hope to start back blogging some time soon, but life has just gotten so busy, I have not been able to fit it in. ) :

I hope that you'll keep checking on me to see when I post any new items, and...in the meantime, I hope you enjoy more of the ones that are already on my blog.

Thank you for your comment!
MiMi