4 Ingredients Slow Cooker Pork Chops as seen on SlowCookerSocietyThis Crock Pot Recipe Only Requires 3 Ingredients and Some Water…

Yes, there is no need to add many ingredients to get a delicious recipe!
But let’s be honest, there’s a trick… We use cream of chicken soup and a pack of ranch dressing mix; both are made of several ingredients…
(you may want to sear/brown the meat before, see the recipe notes)

Let’s start:

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4 Ingredients Slow Cooker Pork Chops Recipe
 
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This is the easiest Pork Chops recipe you can make. Drop 3 ingredients and water in the Crockpot and you're done!
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Recipe type: Main
Cuisine: Standard
Serves: 4 serves
Ingredients
  • 4 pork chops (boneless take less space in the Crock Pot)
  • 1 can of cream of chicken, condensed version.
  • 1 pack ranch dressing mix
  • 10.5 Oz of water
Instructions
  1. Place 4 pork chops, washed, inside of the slow cooker.
    3 Ingredients Slow Cooker Pork Chops Bring the Chops
  2. Then you'll add a can of cream of chicken soup. The important thing to note is that you'll have to add an equal amount of water as well (just fill the same can up with water and add that into the slow cooker).
    3 Ingredients Slow Cooker Pork Chops some cream of chicken soup
  3. Add a store-bought packet of ranch dressing mix You don't necessarily have to add the whole thing, however, while it may seem like a lot, the mixture does get watered down as it cooks.
    .3 Ingredients Slow Cooker Pork Chops ranch mix
  4. Let the pork chops cook for about 6 hours on LOW.3 Ingredients Slow Cooker Pork Chops Stir
  5. It smells amazing and it's ready!
    3 Ingredients Slow Cooker Pork Chops Time to Serve
Notes
A possible substitute for the cream of chicken soup could be cream of mushrooms.

Searing or browning meat before adding it to a slow cooker is not strictly necessary, but it can enhance the flavor of the dish. Here are some points to consider:

Pros:

- Flavor: The caramelized surface of the meat can lend a rich flavor to the finished dish.
- Texture: Searing can improve the texture of the meat.
- Speed: Searing or browning your soon-to-be-slow-cooked meat can speed up the cooking time.
- Sauce: If you dust the meat with a little flour before searing, it can add body to the sauce once it goes in the slow cooker.
- Fat Reduction: If you brown ground meat on the stove before adding it to the slow cooker, you can discard some of the fatty liquids produced beforehand.

Cons:

- Extra step: Browning adds an extra step to the cooking process, which may not be ideal if you're short on time.
- Potential for burning: Be careful not to over-brown the meat, as it can become bitter.
- Loss of moisture: High heat can dry out the meat, so be sure to adjust the cooking time or add extra liquid if needed.

If you're looking for convenience, skipping the searing process means one less step between you and dinner, and less to clean up. Ultimately, whether to sear or not to sear depends on your personal preference and the amount of time you have. If you have the time and don't mind the extra step, searing can enhance your slow cooker dishes.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 4 serves
Via Cooktop Cove 3 Ingredient Slow Cooker Pork Chops
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