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  • Brooke Nettles

    Crockpot Ranch Pork chops: Recipe submitted by Hillbilly Recipes: package of boneless pork chops, 1 can of Cream of Chicken soup, 1 packet dry Ranch dressing mix. In crockpot layer porkchops, add the cream of chicken soup, then sprinkle dry Ranch dressing all over. Cover and cook on high for 4 hours OR Low for 6 hours.

  • Terri Bell

    Crock Pot Pork Chops Ingredients package of boneless pork chops 1 can of Cream of Chicken soup 1 packet dry Ranch dressing mix Directions In crockpot layer porkchops, add the cream of chuicken soup, then sprinkle dry Ranch dressing all over. Cover and cook on high for 4 hours OR Low for 6 hours. This is a favorite at my house. The porkchops come out very tender and the flavor is amazing! You also get a good gravy for mashed potatoes :)

  • Jenelle Meng

    Crockpot Slow Cooker Ranch Pork Chops Recipe cream of chicken soup, pkg ranch dressing mix

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Pork chops can go from succulent, juicy, and amazingly savory to cardboard in just a few moments.  The trick all comes down to temperature.  A perfectly cooked chop should be 140 F inside, slightly pink, and visibly juicy.  How do you get such perfection? Here are a few tips: 1. Brine! Brining your meat helps keep the moisture in and seasons it from the inside out. 2. Go thick. It’s a lot easier to control the temperature of the meat with thicker cuts. Thinner cuts cook quickly, so they’re easy to over-cook. 3. Rest.  Let your meat rest for at […]