Quick. Easy. Delicious. That is the perfect description for this Slow Cooker French Onion Pork from Gooseberry Patch’s Super Fast Slow Cooking!
Aunt Lou here.
We got a great deal on a huge pack of assorted pork chops the other day. I had enough to make up this awesome Crock Pot Smothered Pork AND this Slow Cooker French Onion Pork! Double score!
This recipe was seriously easy to make. That in itself gives it a huge step up toward being a family favorite. I am horrible at planning out my meals….actually, that may not be an accurate statement since I have never had the forethought to actually try! 😉 So having a meal that I can throw together quickly either from what I have in my cabinets or after a quick in and out run to the grocery store is essential!
However, even the simplest recipe is useless if you don’t like the flavor of the meal. And this recipe was a bit of a leap of faith for me. I am not a fan of onions. I like onion flavoring and dried onions, but bits or slices of regular onion and I don’t get along. So I was a tidbit worried about using french onion soup.
Well, I was greatly rewarded at the end of the day when this was done! It is absolutely delicious!
Slow Cooker French Onion Pork
Place your pork chops in your slow cooker.
Mix your soup with your water and pour over the top of your pork chops.
Sprinkle your parsley over top.
Cover and cook on low for 8 hours or on high for 4 hours.
Right before serving, cook some egg noodles per the instructions on the package.
Serve your Slow Cooker French Onion Pork over your egg noodles and enjoy!
- 3-4 pork chops
- 1 can of French Onion Soup (10¾ oz)
- ¼ c water
- 1 t dried parsley
- egg noodles
- Place pork chops in your slow cooker
- Mix your soup with your water and pour over the top of your pork chops
- Sprinkle your parsley over top
- Cover and cook on low for 8 hours or on high for 4 hours
- Right before serving, cook some egg noodles per the instructions on the package
- Serve your Slow Cooker French Onion Pork over your egg noodles and enjoy
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