Seared to a golden brown and smothered in a garlic, mushroom, and onion sauce- slow cooked to perfection. Make these saucy, slow cooked pork chops your next go to comfort meal!
You will need–
4-5 Pork chops (I like bone in for flavor)
1 pound of mushrooms, sliced
1 small sweet onion, sliced
1 Tbsp. Butter
2 cups chicken stock
1 cup heavy cream
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 tsp mustard powder
Water- about 1/4 cup
Flour – about 2 Tbsp.
Start by seasoning each side of the pork chops with salt and pepper. With a pan over medium-high heat, (oven safe pan) add enough oil to barely coat the bottom, sear off each side until golden brown.
Tip- if it seems like your pork chop is sticking, don’t scrape it up! It’s not done browning.
Once all of the pork chops have browned, set aside and with the same pan add in butter and onions, stirring frequently until golden brown. After they have all browned, stir in garlic, ground mustard and mushrooms. Allow to cook for just a minute or two.
Next, add in chicken stock and heavy cream. Stir until combined, then lay the pork chops into the sauce.
Bake for about 2 hours at 275, yes two-seventy-five, low and slow! Half way through baking, stir together water and flour until smooth, pour it around the sides of the pan and try to stir it in a little under the pork chops. I never get it perfect and it still somehow manages to turn into a creamy, evenly thick sauce.
Note on bake time- I’ve left them in longer, and I’ve left them in less. They are just as good, just make sure they are tender. This recipe is perfect for when your not sure what time dinner will be. It’s got some wiggle room.
Serve pork chops and gravy with mashed potatoes, enjoy!