Pork Chops for the Slow Cooker
As with most slow cooker recipes this is tender and delicious.
As with most slow cooker recipes this is tender and delicious.
I started with frozen solid boneless pork chops and started cooking for 4 hours on low. I used 1/3 c soy sauce and a generous squirt of honey, based on others' comments. They looked done after 4 hours on low, and I ate one after coming home from work. The chops were dry, the sauce was thin, but the chops were good with the sauce on them. For my husband, who would be home 1-3 hours later, I added corn starch as others suggested and turned the crock pot to warm. Two hours later, I turned the crock pot off. When my husband came home, soon after I turned the crock pot off, the pork chops were tender and not dry, the sauce was thickened and he raved about them. Add enough corn starch and it's almost a barbeque type sauce or like the thick sauce Chinese restaurants sometimes serve.Read More
We did not like this. I halved the soy sauce and added honey but otherwise. Followed the recipe but it cooked on low for 10 hours so ihad added some water because I was worried it might dry out. All I could taste was soy sauce and it was just too salty. Thanks anyway, but we won't be making this again.Read More
I started with frozen solid boneless pork chops and started cooking for 4 hours on low. I used 1/3 c soy sauce and a generous squirt of honey, based on others' comments. They looked done after 4 hours on low, and I ate one after coming home from work. The chops were dry, the sauce was thin, but the chops were good with the sauce on them. For my husband, who would be home 1-3 hours later, I added corn starch as others suggested and turned the crock pot to warm. Two hours later, I turned the crock pot off. When my husband came home, soon after I turned the crock pot off, the pork chops were tender and not dry, the sauce was thickened and he raved about them. Add enough corn starch and it's almost a barbeque type sauce or like the thick sauce Chinese restaurants sometimes serve.
These were the best pork chops that I have ever had that were not fried. My family and I love fried pork chops but they are not all that healthy for you so I chose to fix them a different way and found this recipe. I used pork with the bone and cut the bone out. I then put monteral steak seasoning on them and browned them to keep them from drying out. I then followed the recipe with adding garlic and honey. We had it over rice. The sauce was so good that next time I am going to double the sauce ingredients so there is plenty to go around. The meat was falling apart and smelled so good. Thank you for sharing the recipe and thank you cooks for the ideas.
I followed the advice of some of the other reviewers and used 1/4 cup of soy sauce instead of 1/2 cup. I added 1/4 cup of honey and cooked in the slow cooker on low for 3 hours. I served it over white rice and drizzled some of the sauce over the rice. It was great!
Our family REALLY loved this recipe...well tweaked recipe. I combined a bunch of people's suggestions and it came out delicious! Ok here's what I did: Sauce 1/4 cup low sodium soy sauce 1/4 cup honey 1/2 cup brown sugar 1/2 cup ketchup 1TB minced jarred garlic pepper Appx.1/2 cup chicken broth 1/2 cup pureed pineapple (sooo yummy) Some cornstarch to thicken it at the end All that and then I cooked 6 of the thick cut Costco porkchops on low for 6 hours. By the time I got home it had been on warm for about 3.5 hours and was falling apart. I steamed some broccoli and mixed it in at the end and served over sticky white rice...fabulous!!!
This recipe was amazing! I followed the advice of others and cut down to 1/4 cup of soy sauce. I also added a few squirts of honey. The results were fabulous! Tastes very good with brown rice and broccoli. This recipe is a keeper.
this recipe was fantastic. I used boneless pork chops and doubled the marinade recipe. I also flipped the chops a couple of times during cook, and they were tender and moist!! The sauce didnt smell yummy when i first made it but it cooked into some smokey heaven!! yummmmm Thank you so much we'll have this one over and over.
This recipe was easy and delicious. having read the reviews I did make some changes, I used fresh ginger, some chilli paste as we like things with a little bit of a kick, used low salt soy sauce, a table spoon of honey and added a cup of water. I never had pork as tender as this and the sauce was fantastic, dp gave it his thumbs up and was demanding seconds. Will be making again.
I thought this recipe was simply delicious. I have just really gotten started on the crock pot kick, ad this was an awesome recipe for my maiden voyage. I modified the recipe only slightly by mixing some brown-sugar based bottled bbq sauce in with the other ingredients. I also used country style ribs, instead of chops, and they were so tender, and juicy! My 3 year old kept asking for more, and husband was pleased that we could sit down to dinner BEFORE 7 pm on a week night, and enjoy such a tasty meal.
This recipe was easy and delicious! The pork was so tender and the sauce was very good. Just a note, I doubled the marinade recipe and used a pork tenderloin stip, this may be the reason why it did not dry out like other reviewers had stated. The recipe is great though. I make it quite a bit.
Tender, moist and delicious! This was super easy and had a nice Asian flair to it - definitely great for a "fix it and forget it" type of meal. I used low sodium soy sauce, added a couple Tbsp. of honey,a couple of splashes of rice wine vinegar and 1/4 tsp. of chili garlic sauce for a little kick. I found that this was done in 4 hours vs. 6 and there's nothing worse than the dreaded "dry pork" so watch your cooking time. I plated it and to pretty it up a bit I topped it with some chopped green onion - very good without a lot of effort.
Ok, for htose of you that didn't like this recipe, I have some suggestions. First, buy really thick boneless chops. At least an inch thick. Second, double the sauce. Third, cut back on the soy sauce and also add some apricot preserves and some honey to sweeten it up. Also if you have a newer crock pot, you only need about 4-5 hours on low to get juicy, tender chops. Lastly,I added cornstarch to the sauce which thickened it up nicely! Serve with brown rice and this meal is to die for!
I followed the advice of many and basically doubled the sauce but instead of doubling the soy sauce, I added honey. So my ratio was: 1/4 c brown sugar, a couple pinches of ginger, 1/2 c soy, 1/2 c honey, 1/2 c ketchup, 4 tsp Tastefully Simple Garlic Garlic (equiv of 4 cloves), no salt or pepper. The sauce was really good, big hit with every one. As for the length of time, I had REALLY thick boneless pork chops (almost 2" thick) and they were just a touch overdone at 4 hours so watch the doneness carefully. 6 hours is way too long. I'm giving this a 4 because the sauce was great, esp with everyone's suggestions.
This was SOOO good! It was a huge hit with my kids. I had at least 12 or more very thin bone-in pork chops left in my freezer that I had gotten from Angel Food Ministries, so I thawed them and trimmed off the bones. Then I layered them in the crockpot and altered the sauce recipe a bit. I used 3/4 cup each of brown sugar, soy sauce, and ketchup. Then I added 1 Tbsp. of minced garlic, 1 tsp. of ginger, 1/2 cup honey, and 1/2 cup of chicken broth. I set it on low for 6 hours. Before the last half hour, I removed the pork chops and whisked in 2 Tbsp. of corn starch and let it simmer to thicken up the sauce. Then I served the chops over brown rice and steamed broccoli and ladled the sauce over everything with a chicken egg roll on the side. Fabulous! My kids wanted more and more and more! If I have sauce left over, I plan to serve it over some chicken breasts with noodles or rice. That would be so good! Great recipe...definitely a keeper!
A keeper!! My friend found this recipe here and we read through the reviews together. I used two oversized chops with bones and two boneless cutlets. Most of the changes I made came from prior reviews: quickly browned chops on the stove top, 1/4 c lite soy, 1 1/2 tsp chopped garlic, 2 tbsp honey, 1/4 c crushed pineapple (no sugar added), and chicken broth. Yup, around 1 cup, enough to cover. I wanted to add moisture and I was rewarded. You could used veggie broth too. It didn't add/detract from the flavor of the pork. The meat was tender, fell off the bone or pulled apart on its own. My husband swears the kicker to this recipe was the pineapple. I'm looking forward to leftovers!
We did not like this. I halved the soy sauce and added honey but otherwise. Followed the recipe but it cooked on low for 10 hours so ihad added some water because I was worried it might dry out. All I could taste was soy sauce and it was just too salty. Thanks anyway, but we won't be making this again.
Very easy and good. Followed the directions exactly but didn't add any additional salt. Was very tasty, family went back for seconds.
pretty good and easy!
These pork chops were absolutely amazing! I only had bone-in pork chops and when i got home from work they were so tender they were falling off the bone! I served it over brown rice because the excess sauce was too good not to use. Also i followed the advice of others and cut the soy sauce to 1/4 of a cup and used 1/4 cup of maple syrup (because i didn't have any honey). Since the meat was so tender it was falling apart and i plan on using the rest for a sandwich for tomorrow's lunch. I will definitely be making this again and will consider using chicken as well!
I really liked the sound of this recipe but modified it slightly before cooking it and enjoyed every bite. Here is what I modified; Soy Sauce: reduced to 1/4 cup, Ginger: used fresh ginger cut into thin slices, Cloves: used 3 instead of 2, Beer: I added 12oz. of Sam Adams Octoberfest, Onion: added 1 quartered onion, Apples: added 2 sliced apples, finished it off with two finger pinches of Hawaiian (rock) salt, and 1/2 tsp. of rice vinegar. I chose to keep the sauce in it's natural consistency but you could add cornstarch to thicken and serve with hot white rice or baked mash potato. Enjoy!
Winner for everyone in our family! For the sauce, I followed other reviewers and used 1/4 cup soy sauce (gluten free for us) and doubled the brown sugar and ketchup. I ended up adding 1 cup pineapple tidbits in juice and about 1/2 water so the sauce completely covered the chops. I turned the heat up to high the last half hour and added carrot and red bell pepper strips to the sauce. After the veggies got tender, we added 2 TBSPs corn starch at the very end to make the sauce a gravy which we served over rice. It was fabulous with a great sweat and sour vibe. The kids devoured it! Thanks for the recipe - it's going in our regular rotation
I love this recipe! Just mix it up and let it sit all day. My four-year-old son even loves it! I double this recipe and slice the leftovers in strips, put them in a Ziploc bag with the leftover juice and freeze it. It's great for a quick supper over rice.
I never realized how much I could like pork chops! Careful on the time - you cannot just let these sit in the slow cooker all day or they end up too dry.
I use this website almost everyday and have never reviewed a recipe, but this one I had to say something about! This is one of the best pork recipes I have found. I have to fight with both my 4 year old and 18 month old to eat their meat. Tonight they ate seconds and thirds until there wasn't any left. The only thing I changed was I cut back the soy sauce to 1/4 cup and squeezed a good amount of honey into the sauce. We all put more sauce over our rice. This will definitely be in our meal rotation from now on!
Good; definitely adjust the times for your slow cooker. Newer ones tend to be hotter than older ones, and I was able to cook the chops from frozen (and I mean a block of frozen chops, no less!) in 4 hours on low. After about an hour I was able to pry them all apart and place in the sauce, but initially I just put in the pork chops as frozen, then poured the sauce over. I adjusted the sauce by doubling it, increasing the ketchup to twice as much, and decreasing the soy sauce by half then putting in water to adjust. The chops came out heavy on the ketchup--next time I'd leave the ketchup amount as called for, but it still was pretty good. I'd still double the sauce. I put in corn starch to thicken the gravy about 45 mins before serving the chops, and it worked pretty well. All in all, pretty basic, good, and tasty along with rice and broccoli. Thanks for the recipe.
These turned out so good for me! My family kept raving about them! I followed the recipe.
Very tender! The family loved them! Although I used 1/2 cup of brown sugar and 1/2 cup ketchup and added a little ginger. Will make again and again.
I used what I had on-hand and also tweaked it a bit after reading some reviews. I upped the brown sugar and ketchup to 1/2 cup each, and instead of soy, I used teriyaki sauce (but only 1/4 cup). I added about 1 teaspoon of granulated garlic since I didn't have cloves in the house. Omitted the ginger and salt and just added a few dashes of pepper. It turned out simply amazing, and the entire family (including 2 young picky eaters) loved it! It was definitely a hit here.
This was amazing! Cannot say enough on the wonderful flavor, juiciness and just all around yumminess! I cooked it on low for at least an extra hour so it just kept getting more flavor. I highly recommend this recipe!!!
Instead of messing with flour or cornstarch as thickening agent, I add a tbsp of dry tapioca to my crockpot gravies. It works well and you can't taste it in the final product. For 3 c of liquid, I usually add 2 tbsp. This recipe turned out fine for me. My only change/addition was the tapioca.
Very good and a great meal. However followed others and change receipe by using frozen pork chops, 1/4 ketchup and 1/4 soy sauce and removed brown sugar. Added spicy garlic red pepper sauce, 8oz sliced pinesapple with juice, and tablespoon of cornstarch to thicken.
ABSOLUTELY DELICOUS BUT I USED A THINNER PORK CHOP CUT AND MADE MISTAKE OF GOING OUT FOR THE AFTERNOON AND THEY WERE A LITTLE OVERDONE. WOULD SUGGEST YOU WATCH THEM THE FIRST TIME AND SEE HOW LONG YOUR COOKER TAKES. I WILL REDUCE MY COOKING TIME BY 1-2 HOURS. OTHERWISE, VERY TASTY AND STILL VERY TENDER INSIDE...ENJOY!
My husband loved the glaze, as did I. I used only 1/4c soy sauce; a 'loose' 1/4c brown sugar; 1/4c Chipotle Ketchup; dollop of crushed ginger and garlic. I didn't use anything else. No additional salt needed. The sauce turned to a glaze that tasted VERY much like one that PF Chang's has. VERY good. I will use it for lots of other dishes now!
This is a go to when I see pork chops on sale that week at the grocery store. The whole family loves them and I don't have to hear, "I don't like that!" at least for one night. I do make two changes. I do added 2 tbls. of honey and I only use 1/4 cup of the soy sauce. Make sure you use the low setting on your crockpot otherwise they will be dry.
While pregnant i put all the ingredients in a freezer zip lock bag. Then when baby arrived i let the bag defrost over night and then the next day dumped in a crock pot and cooked like normal! Turned out great!! Super easy and husband loved! Will make again!
I did some changes to this recipe that were previously suggested and made some of my own additions. It turned out beautifully and will be on my "to make" list when I have company. I cooked this on low for 4 hours, 15 minutes...it was perfect. The chops were tender (but not so tender that the meat fell off the bones) they were juicy and full of flavour. Here is what I used. 8 thick bone in pork chops (I brined them overnight...1/4 c salt in water to cover in fridge) rinsed. Sliced one large sweet Spanish onion and covered bottom of oiled slow cooker. Layered chops over the onions. Sauce: 1/2 cup each: ketchup, honey, low salt soya sauce, sweet Thai Chili sauce. 4 cloves garlic minced (or if purchased minced, 1 large table spoon), 1 table spoon minced fresh ginger or jarred. No salt was needed as the soya is still salty. No pepper added. I mixed the sauce ingredients in a bowl and warmed it up in the microwave so the honey would mix nicely then poured it over the chops. There is a lot of juice left over and I strained it and used it as a gravy. If you take 1/2 cup sweet red pepper jelly and mix with 1/2 cup cranberry sauce or jelly it makes a slightly spicy fabulous condiment to serve with the pork. I served this with rice and it was a hit. I gave the original recipe 5 stars as it needed some changes and the amount of soya sauce was too much. it did encourage folks to make adjustments and now we all ended up with changes that make it a good recipe.
We weren't fans of this. The pork, on low, was dried out after only 3 hours. They were thick boneless chops. I won't rate this any lower because I never ended up serving this with the sauce. Due to the dryness after 3 hours, I opted to dice the meat up, toss the sauce and will be using it up in soup to add some moisture back to it. I opted to change the dinner plans to something else instead.
Very tasty.. followed some others advice and doubled the sauce. Also did brown sugar/honey/ketchup/and soy sauce. I didn't have any fresh garlic so I sprinkled in some garlic salt and added a cup of water to keep it very moist. Excellent!
I made this with the suggestion of using 1/2 c for everything, and omiting ginger and salt. It was soooooo good!!! Definitely make this again!
My husband LOVED these pork chops. In fact, he raved about how good they were. I think the sauce tastes more like an asian bbq sauce. I did change it up a bit...1/2 cup each of ketchup, brown sugar & soy sauce. I didn't add ginger (cause I hate ginger)or salt but I did add a couple squirts of honey, freshly ground pepper, extra crushed garlic, chopped up green,red & yellow bell peppers & sliced onions. I also added cornstarch towards the end because the sauce was a bit too thin for me. It was just perfect, cooked the full 6 hrs on low and pork chops were oh so tender. Next time I think I'll add pineapple chunks, yum!
I cooked these lastnight and they came out great and fell right off the bone! My husband doesnt like pork chops very much but had 3 helpings of these. I had to triple the recipe on the sauce cause it didnt make very much. I did add a little water to the bottom of the pot just so it didnt burn. I did leave the ginger out and seasoned the chops with garlic powder and onion powder. but i did fry the chops a little before i put them in the crockpot. But this recipe came out great!! Will keep using this from now on!!!!!
Revisions I made include using only 1/4 cup soy sauce, 1/4 cup honey rather than brown sugar and adding a 15 1/4 ounce can of crushed pineapple in it's own juice and NO salt. This was after reading the reviews of it being too salty because of 1/2 cup of soy and also that the recipe called for salt. The pineapple breaks down the meat fibers and make them extremely tender. This was mmmmmmmmmmmm good, wonderful! I cooked it on Lo in the crockpot about 7 hours, then took the sauce out and thickened it on the stove before pouring over the chops. They were juicy and tender and got RAVE reviews! Served over rice. It tasted a lot like something you would get in a Chinese Resaurant!
I made the mistake of not reading the reviews before making this "4 star" recipe...so I followed the directions exactly. The result was extremely salty and dry. overcooked. hardly edible. Guess I learned my lesson. always read the reviews FIRST!
the chops were dry even with doubling the sauce recipe and cooking on low for 6 hours!
I thought this was a pretty good recipe with my own little twist to it. For the salt content I stuck with the 1/4cup soy, did 1/2cup ketchup-honey-& brown sugar, left out ginger, my twist to it was one small chipotle pepper in adobo that I put in my small processor to chop with garlic & soy...mixed with the rest of ingredients & slow cooked for 6hrs. Served with mashed potatoes & corn.
These were great and so easy! Based on other reviews, I doubled almost everything for extra sauce: 1/2 cup brown sugar, 2 tsp ground ginger, 1 1/4 cups soy sauce, 1/2 cup ketchup, 3 cloves crushed garlic and 1/4 cup honey. I used 4 frozen boneless pork chops, cooked them for 4 1/2 hours, and added cornstarch during the last hour of cooking. Will be making again!
Unbelievably easy and absolutely delicous! Tender and tasty!
This was an okay recipe, I liked it, my husband didn't. I butterflied the pork chops because they were so huge, and they came out kind of dry, even after being cooked in the sauce for 6 hours on low. I don't think I would butterfly the chops next time, because the thicker parts tasted better than the edges.
If I were going to make this again, I would cut the cooking time in half, as well as the soy sauce, and maybe use bbq instead of ketchup. Maybe add some oj too. The marinade just overrode the entire taste of the pork, but it could be because the pork was way too dry because it was overcooked.
Definitely a 5 star! I did follow recommendations and they turned out amazing. I am not the best cook but these made me look professional. My husband was in shock that I could make something so awesome. However I did cut out the bone which he did not like he likes the bone. I served with mashed potatoes and frozen veggies.
The family truly enjoys this recipe. It has become a family favorite. It works great for skinless chicken breasts as well. We double the recipe for better coverage. We also took the advice of others and use 1/4 C Soy & 1/4 C Honey instead of the 1/2 C Soy.
I didn't care much for this recipe. It is easy to prepare but I didn't like the taste, I don't think I will prepare these again.
My family really liked this recipe. Even my picky 13 year old son! I did cut back on the soy sauce some. Thanks for a good recipe!
Loved this. It does taste a bit like teriyaki, or chinese fast food boneless ribs. It's so easy, too. I would agree with other reviewers that it should only cook for 4 hours, otherwise would be too dry. I checked it after 4 hours and it was perfect, but just beginning to dry out a little.
This is my second review, I upgraded to 5 stars with the following changes: bone-in chops didn't get tough like the boneless, season and brown the chops under the broiler about 3 minutes on each side before putting into slow cooker, add rice vinegar and honey. Very tasty!
These were pretty good. The only problem i had was that it said to cook for 6 hours on low. They were done after about 4 hours on low.. and everyone wasnt home for dinner until they had been in for the full 6 hours so they were a little dry. Not as moist as I thought they would be. Next time I will plan on them being done after 4 hours. We put them over white rice and had it with vegeatable and cottage cheese. Was pretty good!!
This is a great & easy week night dinner! I added extra brown sugar, worchestershire sauce, and some honey bbq sauce. Served it over rice - would've been better if i'd made even more sauce cause it was delicious on the rice. Will make this one again!
Good flavor, I used 1/4 cup soy, honey, brown sugar, & ketchup. Threw in frozen chops, but one note--Use boneless pork chops because they are so tender they fell off the bones when serving & we were fishing for the small bones.
Great slow cooker recipe! I'm not a huge fan of pork chops but my family is. We ALL loved this! I did change the recipe a bit by adding a little lemon juice and some sour cream. At the end I broke up the pork and put it over egg noodles and spooned the sauce (which I gravied) over all of it. If you've ever seen the movie Night of the living dead, you would understand when I say the kids ate like zombies! Good stuff!
Turned out a little too dry for me, at 5-1/2 hrs. cook time on low setting. Next time I'll reduce cook time. I used the 1/2 c. soy sauce, 1/4 c. honey, & 1/4 bbq sauce combination, & was satisfied with the turn out - just seems to be missing something (?). Maybe, as someone else suggested, a spicier bbq sauce - open to suggestions.
I took the advice of cutting down the soy sauce by using 1/4 c. soy and 1/4 c. water. My family really liked the flavor but six hours in the slow cooker was WAY TOO LONG. The pork chops were very overcooked. I will make this again but not cook as long.
This is a terrific recipe. Even my kids liked it!!!! It doesn't really need 6 hours of time - 4 1/2 to 5 will do it. I did cut the soya sauce to 1/3 cup and added a good squeeze of honey. I also thickened with corn starch at the end. Serve it with mash potatoes - yummy! The only negative - there were no leftovers!!!
Love these chops! Not a big fan of pork in general, but this recipes makes the pork chops melt in your mouth. You don't even need a knife to cut them, they are so tender. I have tried 6 hours on low and 4 hours on high and the LOW setting makes them much, much better than high.
I was worried how this would turn out after reading the reviews (so many people said it was dry) but I can't pass up a slow cooker recipe when I have all the ingredients in my pantry. I took the advice of others and doubled the sauce, but not the soy sauce, and added a bit of chicken stock other wise I would not have had enough liquid to cover my pork chops. I used 4 thick, bone-in pork chops and cooked them on high for alomst 2 hours then on low for 3 hours. I served it with rice and drizzled the sauce ofver it. My husband and I thought they turned out pretty good. I had the leftovers for lunch the next day and thought they were even better then the night before because the flavors really came together. The down side to the recipe is that you can't just let this cook in your slow cooker all day and leave it, it's almost not worth the work.
This recipe was so delicious and so easy to make. I followed the recipe exactly as stated, and then poured the sauce into a pot and thickened with cornstarch, otherwise it was too runny to use like a gravy. I'm always looking for ways to cook pork chops and have them be tender not tough, and this is one of the best I've found. A new favorite!!!
I thought this was excellent. As others have said the sauce was outstanding over rice. I did make one significant change. Since I did not have soy sauce in the house, I used Teriyaki sauce. It was still excellent, except that next time I would use less brown sugar to cut down on the sweetness. I also added onions and about 30 minutes before the end I tossed in some green peppers. Both the onion and green pepper added more interest to the rice. Thanks for the recipe.
My boyfriend and I loved this recipe - I doubled the sauce to make sure I had enough to go on the rice. We like salty and this recipe is on the saltier side due to the soy sauce but it was delicious. I used a pork roast instead of pork chops
I only used 2 pork chops that were extra thick and frozen. I just threw them into the crockpot and as others had suggested only used 1/4 cup soy sauce instead of the 1/2 cup. I also used fresh ginger and chopped up 1/2 an onion. The meat was so soft it just fell apart so I just shredded it up on the sauce and put it over rice. Might add some pepper flakes next time to spice it up a little.
at first I was skeptical..as I was making this but when it was done I was actually able to eat this without my dentures....awesome
I gave it 4 stars only because I did not follow exactly as written. I used 2 boneless pork chops as that is all I had. I added a pork loin. I reduced the soy sauce to 1/4 cup and added 1/2 cup teriyaki sauce instead of ketchup. I threw in a green pepper, large dice and chopped ginger instead of ginger powder. Also added a tsp of Asian chili paste for some heat. My husband said it was wonderful. Next time I will add more veggies to make it a stir fry type meal and add cornstarch to the broth that is left and cook it until thick. Definately a keeper!
I added frozed stir fry veggies and served over rice. My family loved it. The sauce had a good flavor and my pork chops were very tender.
I tried these today and they turned out awful. They were completely black, dry, tough and terribly salty tasting. I wouldn't recommend this recipe to anyone. :P
Delcious! And even better with fresh chopped cilantro and green onion on top.... mmmmm. I ommitted the ginger and salt, and used less soy sauce and added 1/4 cup honey. Served with rice and the Asian Salad recipe from this site.
It doesn't get any easier than this! My family's very fussy and they loved it...thank you.
Great recipe! I used 1/2 cup each of brown sugar, low sodium soy sauce, and ketchup. I also added a couple squirts of honey. and lemon juice. I cooked it on high for 2 hours, then on low for another 3-4 hours. I added sliced onions and pre-cooked mushrooms in the last hour of cooking. It was delicious! It's a keeper for sure!
made this with six thick boneless chops. followed others advice using 1/4 c. soy sauce, 1/2 c. brown sugar, and 1/2 c. ketchup. I also added 1/4 c. honey.I also added mushrooms, green peppers, and onion. I cooked 6 hrs. on low,then added cornstarch to thicken. Family loved it. served sauce over noodles. I loved the taste, but found it to be dry. But it was delicious cut up with sauce all over it.I will definitely make again, but will try with bone-in chops.
Very good. It took 6 hours for the pork chops to get tender on 3 on high and 3 on low. I took the advice of the other reviews and cut the soy in half with the other half water. I also added 1 cup chicken broth. At the end I put in corn starch to thicken. A quick recipe for guests.
only fair, soy, ginger, garlic, sounded like it could be good, should have known when I saw ketchup. Sorry, won't be making again
I made this using the others advice doubling the sugar and ketchup. I returned home two hours before dinner and was disappointed to find it very dull and the soy very powerful. To rescue the dish I added more sugar along with 11/2 tsp red pepper flakes and 1 tsp Chinese 5 spice. The additions kicked it up enough and 30 minutes before dinner I tossed in some green beans ( any veg would do). I served with chopped peanuts for garnish. I would make it again with these changes.
I made this this evening because i was looking for something different than the herb seasoned or fried chops we always have. I thought it tasted very good and so did my daughter, my wife on the other hand didn't like it much, she said it tasted too much like teriyaki. i made some adjustments based on other comments i cut back on the soy and added a few healthy squirts of honey and thickened with cornstarch. I'll probably make it again when my wife isn't home. Thanks for the recipe
These were pretty good, i would like to figure out how to thicken some of the sauce to serve on top of the chops for added flavor.
This recipe was not to my liking.
i,m sure that this is great and going to do it soon as the wife get,s the chop,s - but - i have to say that for newbe cooker,s - please dont put salt and pepper to taste - cause we never have try this recipe is why we newbe cooks realy on your directions so much so we have a good meal - thanks - my best place to find the good stuff
I have never really felt compelled to rate or review a recipe, but MMMMMMMMM this was good. After buying a mega pack of pork chops from costco I was getting sick of anything basic made with them, and this was anything but! I was only cooking for my boyfriend and I so I halved the recipe, and like other reviewers, i halved the soysauce and replaced it with honey and also added garlic (two cloves for me). I also omitted the ginger cause I was out, but I think it would be tasty with it as well! This is by far the best way i have ever eaten porkchops, my boyfriend and i loved it! I served over white rice and "asain medley" frozen vegetables, it was great!!!
I made this incorporating many suggestions from the ratings of others. I used Worchestershire sauce instead of soy and didn't season at all. I added a bit of vinegar, water and ketchup about 1 hour before it was done and thickened it with cornstarch. I also added peppers and onions and served it over rice. the pork was fork tender and it had a nice flavor from the peppers. Being a true winner with my oldest and husband, it'll be something I make regularly!
Wonderful recipe! I have made it twice already and the second time I used a little less than 1/2 cup of soy sauce so it wasnt quite as salty and 1/2 cup each of ketchup and brown sugar instead of a 1/4. There was plenty of sauce to put over sides. I had brown rice and broccoli and its a perfect and easy meal!
VERY GOOD! I used bone-in pork chops and this turned out fall off the bone tender! I thought it's flavor was similar to Chinese spare ribs. Hubby loved them, which makes this a "keeper". I suggest to use thick chops and watch them after 4 hours. I served with rice. Thank you KOORBRUS for sharing this VERY GOOD recipe!
This was fabulous- and easy! I used half the soy sauce (too salty), left out the ginger (didn't have any), and added about a tablespoon of honey (sounded good). I did this with 3 thick boneless chops and the full sauce recipe. 3.5 hours on high and they were delicious! I couldn't even lift them with a fork- they just fell apart. We had plenty of sauce to pour over rice. This was a really easy weeknight meal that I'll try again for sure!
This recipe is not a five star as written. People have changed the recipe and then rated it a five star. Be aware. I followed the recipe and man oh man the chops turned out so salty we could not eat them. We ended up throwing them out and I didnt add any salt!
Not very good. My chops came out dry and tough, maybe it was the kind of chops I had but the sauce wasn't very good either. Tasted weird, the flavors of the ingredients did'nt compliment each other. I don't think anyone in my family liked this. Sorry.
YUM! I make this recipe usually once or twice a month to help get in our pork quota. :) I usually serve it with some stir-fried veggies or potatoes. I'm not a fan of ginger except in cookies, so I omit that ingredient. I also use garlic powder (a few good shakes) instead of the garlic cloves. I've done it both with honey and without, and it turns out well either way. I think I prefer it with a little honey but it's nothing to stress out about. I use the cheap pork chops (whatever's on sale!) and they turn out really tender and excellent. Thanks, Will, this is a keeper!
Good and tender pork chops, sauce was good. We ate it over some brown rice. The kids weren't huge fans but everyone agreed that it smelled great cooking.
I used bone-in porkchops from Costco, they are a bit thick and it came off the bone-in. I only made 2 pcs. of porkchops and it was enough. My husband wants more!!! I followed the reviews and added a bit of honey and doubled the sauce, I also added white wine instead of chicken broth. Aside from that, I followed everything else in the recipe. I had it set at 6 hours, my husband decided he's too hungry to wait so I had turned it off at 5 hours. I thickened the sauce with rice flour in a small pan and poured it over the porkchops and rice. Wery good. Will make again!!!
I found this recipe early this morning and its cooking right now. It smells great and the chops are already tender after cooking almost 2 hrs! I had to adjust a little bit tho. I didn't have ginger or honey but I did use pancake syrup. I also added a handful of chopped onions & a splash of apple cider vinegar to the sauce. I did rub some season all to the chops and lightly coated them with seasoned flour to help thicken the sauce during cooking. Instead of a slowcooker, I put them in my dutch oven and cooked them on the stove on high heat to boil, then down to simmer a while. My husband and I sampled a taste and it tastes great! It's hard to get him to say something tastes 'good' and was surprised with his approval! Thanks for this recipe!!
This recipe was very good. I lined my slow cooker and followed the recipe to a T. With the extra juice I added it on top of the rice. It had an oriental taste to it because of the soy sauce. Very good and I will definaltey make this again.
This was a hit with my family. They loved the sauce over rice. I followed the suggestion of others re the soy sauce and honey. Certainly a keeper.
I just bought a new slow cooker, and the appealing low calories and fat brought me to the kitchen to give it a test run. I used inch-thick chops, and they did turn out incredibly tender. I thickened the liquid with a cornstarch slurry to a really nice sauce consistency, but we simply didn't like the flavor. We ate two chops on noodles for dinner. Definitely not going to try to tweak the flavors, just not making this one again.
Easy, delicious, and tender pork chops that I will definitely be making again. I defrosted two boneless pork chops, then added them to my crock pot and pored over the sauce. As other users suggested, I used only 1/4 cup soy sauce and skipped the salt and pepper. After about five hours on low they were perfect. The sauce was very runny so I transferred it to a small pot on the stove and thickened it using cornstarch. I served the pork over white rice and the sauce was just great. Since I only had two pork chops, there was some leftover sauce that I am planning to have with some leftover Thanksgiving turkey and white rice.
We love these. So convenient for a Saturday or Sunday lunch when we're gone all morning and it only takes 4 hours or so in the slow cooker. I add a tiny bit of liquid smoke, worshestire sauce, and a bit of bottled bbq sauce. Served over rice is definitely the way to go!
These were fantastic...I always struggle with pork chops a bit, so I love that this recipe is so easy- seems hard to screw it up! I followed others advice and used equal parts ketchup and soy sauce, a little extra garlic and a few tablespoons of honey....then thickened it up at the end with cornstarch. Yummy over rice and a side of broccolli!