These one-pot pork chop meals hit the dinner trifecta: They're complete meals that are easy to make, delicious to eat, and easy to clean up. These top-rated pork chop recipes give you loads of variety, too. So you can change it up from week to week.
"This is so easy, so good, and so versatile," says Ashbeth. "I've used pork chops with and without bones, pork loin, and pork roast. You can sprinkle the brown sugar, salt, and pepper on the different layers or all at the end, as mentioned in the recipe. Play around with the brown sugar and spices to your taste."
"AWESOME!" raves Brenda. "My family gave this one-dish pork chop meal thumbs up and want it again. It was so easy to prepare and had all "good" healthy stuff in it. I did my cleaning up while it was in the oven and was all done."
Savory-sweet pork chops are baked in a large skillet with sauerkraut, apple, and brown sugar in this easy and hearty German-inspired dish. "Excellent recipe! Easy and delicious," raves Georgia. "I used Bavarian sauerkraut which already has the caraway seeds in it."
Pork chops bake up nice and tender in a bed of Mexican-style rice. "Really tasty for almost no effort," says Sandy. "One of the best quick-make recipes I've tried."
This is home-style cooking at its simplest. Pork chops are simmered with crispy bacon, onion, and potatoes for an easy one-skillet supper. "This is truly 'comfort food,'" says Ginny. "A simple, old-school skillet meal that warms the tummy and makes you smile."
Pork chops bake up tender with creamy scalloped potatoes with a touch of thyme and Dijon mustard. "What a great comfort food recipe,' says Elizabeth. "Fantastic flavors and easy to make."
Here's one for the pressure cooker. "This is a great, quick-and-easy weeknight meal," says txjackson. "The one-pot pressure cooker makes clean-up a snap and brings dinner to the table quickly!" The entire meal is ready in about 35 minutes!