Pork Chop Supper Recipe
- 1/2 cup all-purpose flour
- 6 bone-in pork loin chops (3/4 inch thick and 8 ounces each)
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 2 teaspoons dried thyme
- 2 teaspoons salt
- 1/4 teaspoon pepper
- 4 large potatoes (about 2-1/4 pounds)
- 5 medium carrots, sliced 1/4 inch thick
- 1 medium onion, cut into wedges
- 3 cups beef broth
- 1. Place flour in a large resealable plastic bag. Add chops, a few at a time, and shake to coat. In a large skillet; brown the chops in oil on both sides. Sprinkle with thyme, salt and pepper.
- 2. Peel potatoes and cut into 3/4-in. cubes. Add the potatoes, carrots and onion to the skillet. Pour broth over all; bring to a boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer for 40-50 minutes or until a meat thermometer reads 160°. Yield: 6 servings.
Reviews for Pork Chop Supper
"Great Sunday (or any day) dinner. Made recipe as it was written. Would not change a thing"
"Tasty! I added paprika to thyme mixture ."
"I am not the biggest fan of pork chops, but thought I would give this a try anyway. I am so glad I did! It really was tasty and simple. I did not use all of the flour, will reduce by at least 2-3 Tbsp next time so I don't waste it. Great Sunday Supper."
"Why no nutritional values?"
"I just made this and it is sooooo good! I made a few substitutions because I didn't have some of the ingredients. I only made the meat because I didn't have any vegetables. I used pork Steaks and cornmeal instead of flour. I only had one tsp of dried thyme so I used that with some ground thyme. It turned out great, I am amazed at how tender they are."
"very easy to make - i threw winter vegetables in as well"
"chicken broth, and add another veggie. Add garlic, and bell pepper"
"I made this tonight and my husband loved it, I used one can of beef broth with 2 cans of water, and served this with skillet cornbread. I will make this again."
"I added the remaining flour to a small amount of the COLD beef broth and added in with the broth, This is a very good recipe and I would recommend using all the flour. Will make again and again."
"12/11 I made this tonight, using boneless thick cut chops, 4 beef bullion cubes, 4 cups of water and minced onion with the potatoes and carrots because that's what I had on hand. It was amazing! My fiance, his friend and my son want me to make it again for company tomorrow! I'm thinking I may just throw it in the crock pot after browning instead of doing it all in a skillet.12/13 So, by request I made these again last night for company. This time I didn't brown them, instead I layered them in a crock pot with garlic salt and thyme. I put potatoes and baby carrots on top of the pork chops and added 3 cups of water and 3 beef bullion cubes and a packet of dry onion soup mix. I cooked it on high for 6 hours and when it was done I removed the veggies and chops and thickened the juice with a roux to make gravy and it turned out even better than the first time! We had left overs and they're even better today! Best pork chop recipe ever!!"
"So tender and tasty. Delicious and easy!"
"Such a good, simple recipe, and so tasty! The pork chops came out so tender! I did skip the thyme, since I'm not a big fan, and used seasoning salt."
"I loved this dish! The chops were so tender & moist & the flavor of the vegetables was awesome. Hubby not a fan of thyme so I only used a pinch. Use an extra large skillet because it makes a lot. Definitely a keeper!"
"This had tremendous flavor!"
"Simple and tasty."
"It was very easy to make and also tasted very good!"
"My sons and husband liked this. Next time I will tweak it a little: cut the thyme in half - it was too overpowering, and up the pepper to 1/2 teaspoon. Also, after browning the chops in the olive oil, I just added the rest of the ingredients - which I don't recommend as I thought the remaining olive oil gave the gravy a weird taste. I also cut the salt down to 1/2 teaspoon since I thought the beef broth and dry pork gravy mix (suggested by other comments) I used already had salt in them, which worked out fine. Oh, and I shook the seasonings together with the flour to coat the chops rather than adding them after browning. This is a quick, easy comfort meal."
"Very good! I had to transfer to a larger pan as it was way too much for my large fry pan. easy recipe and satisfying."
"My family loved this. Good, warm and comforting. easy to make.... I used boneless pork chops. I then mixed the thyme, salt, pepper and flour all together. I placed the mixture in a sallow dish and then dredged each pork chop in the mixture. I felt I would get a more even coating on the pork chops. I didn't have any beef broth, so I made some with some "better then beef" bouillon. I doubled the amount of broth used because when it was all done cooking I wanted to have some left in the pan for gravy. Once it was all done cooking I removed the veggies and pork chops. I brought the broth come to a boil and then made a roué with some flour. I added a little garlic powder and salt to it. It made the most wonderful gravy. We poured it over the potatoes and chops.... YUMMY!! So comforting for a cold winter night!"
"I'm always in search of a great pork chop recipe, and I've finally found it! I made this for lunch today, cutting all the ingredients down for just 2 pork chops, and my husband agrees that these are the best chops I've made in the 40 years that we've been married! And talk about easy! Wow! I used 99% fat free beef broth, and this is really a nice, healthy comfort food meal which I will make over and over again. It's so moist and deliciously seasoned. Also, there was quite a bit of seasoned broth left in the pan after we ate the chops and vegetables so I'm freezing it to use to cook up some potatoes and vegetables in the future. Thanks for a great recipe!"
"This was very good and very easy. My husband called it a keeper!"
"Great recipe for the whole family. I have made this many times now and it is always great to see clean plates and full tummy's! Thanks for a great recipe."
" My son is a type I diabetic. He doesn't demand the nutrition, his diet requires it, his life depends on it. I know I can figure it out myself but I have a hectic schedule and it sure is nice if the values are already figured out. We don't want the nutritional values because we are picky eaters his life and health requires it."
"I made this for supper for my husband and daughter. Since I can't have a lot of salt I did not add any salt and used chicken broth with less salt. I did dd add garlic powder and some Cajun seasoning. I also adjusted the thyme to about 3/4 teaspoon instead of 2 teaspoons. I added about a cup of broccoli (sp) slaw. Instead of cooking it on the stove I baked it in the oven untiil the liquid was of the right consistency, about an hour. My hysband and daughter had to add more salt at the table but it got raves from both of them. This is a very good recipe nd I am planning on making it again tonight."
"I liked it, but not as much as the one I make with p chops. Brown the chops well in a iron skillet, take them out and add sliced potatoes, salt and pepper. Put chops on top; mix about 1/2 cup ketchup with 2 cups of water and pour over all. Put a lid on and bake them at 350 for about an hour. The ketchup sauce (mixed with the browned pork flavor) thickens and tastes absolutely wonderful!!!"
"This was very easy to make and was delicious. Before serving, I thickened the broth and it made a very tasty gravy. I will definitely make this recipe again. Thanks"
"It smelled so good. Yes, I will make it again. But need to go easy on the Salt. Made plenty and took it over to my Brother and Sister-in-law house. Both are getting over the flu and very bad colds. They even loved how it smelled."
"Some people need to know the nutritional values, such as diabetics, which I am. I do not try a lot of the recipes because the nutritional value is not included. "
"Sue...I have used poultry seasoning or season salt. I am not a big fan of thyme either! If you don't like a certain seasoning, just stick with salt & pepper! Good luck!"
"Just a request--does anyone know what herb you can substitute for thyme? I hate the flavor of thyme, but I'm not sure what to substitute for it. Any suggestions?? Thank you!"
"My family loved this recipe. I used less thyme, and chicken instead of beef broth. After I browned the meat, I baked it in a casserole in the oven because I was making two meals - one for a family at church and ours. This made it easier to have the meals ready at different times. We will have it again. I often take meals to families where the mother is ill or has had surgery and this is a great meal for that."
"My mom used to make this too, but also added cabbage - it gave it a wonderful flavor!!"
""...made it on WASHDAY". Love the memory that brings to mind!"
"This is a recipe that I had fixed a long time ago and had stopped fixing because of the sodium content. I really liked it because I could get it going and forget it for a while. Since we now have to have really low sodium, I replaced the salt and used the original Mrs. Dash. I also used unsalted beef broth. My husband really liked it...well...me too!"
"This is very good. I would like to see the nutrition values on this and on more of your other receipes. Thanks you."
"I would like to know the nutrition facts for this recipe. ??"
"I found this exact recipe years ago in the Taste of Home magazine and I have been cooking it for my family ever since (I remember it because the woman who submitted it said her mother cooked it on wash day!). It is delicious, like a pork chop stew of sorts, but it does take some time to cut up everything and brown the chops, etc. But it is worth it! Also, I have recently been diagnosed with diabetes and I still make and eat this recipe in moderation (I just eat very few if any of the potatoes!)."
"very good, simple way to make pork."
"Very good, but too much thyme. 1 tsp is enough and I WILL make it again - yum!"
"Sounds delicious. This is one I am going to try."
"we really liked this would make it again"
"no reveiw to go on so just give some stars"