Hey- Another Recipe!

I like to cook.  I like it more when I don’t have to clean up after myself and I really love it when everyone eats what I’ve made and they all think it’s fantastic.  I made this the other day to rave reviews; however, it’s not anywhere close to the first time I’ve ever made it.  This is one of those tried and true recipes.  The best part (aside from it cooking in the crockpot) is that is only has 3 ingredients- pork chops, an envelope of ranch dressing, and a can of cream of chicken soup.  Ta-da!  I give you Ranch House Crock Pot Pork Chops.  I got the recipe off of Pinterest and she obviously got the recipe from yet another site.  I only do the pork chops so if you go to the site you’ll see something much more complicated and which requires more than 3 ingredients.

This is another one where I’m not going to even list out ingredients in order for you.  Simply take 4-6 pork chops (bone in, boneless, center cut, whatever) and place them in your crockpot.  Then combine one can of cream of chicken soup with one envelope of Ranch dressing mix.  Pour that over your pork chops and cook on low for 6 hours.  I believe I have it noted that you can also cook this on high for 4 hours.  Feel free to substitute chicken in place of the pork chops.  That’s also tasty although I think I prefer the pork.  Many people commented that the sauce was so yummy they wished they had doubled it.  As my kids would say, “You do you, Boo.”  If you’d like extra sauce and want to try it over mashed potatoes then use 2 cans of soup and 2 envelopes of dressing.

Enjoy!

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10 thoughts on “Hey- Another Recipe!

  1. I can’t wait to try your pork chop recipe. This week!

    Have you tried the easy crockpot chicken tacos yet? So simple.

    1 pound boneless chicken breasts*
    1 cup chicken broth
    1 package taco seasoning (or 2 tablespoons of your own blend)

    mix broth and taco seasoning, pour over chicken breasts. Cook 6 to 8 hours on low.

    What I do is more chicken (Usually boneless breasts — they are so big these days), 1 can of broth and a pack of seasoning mix (my family likes blandish)

    Then when I shred the meat, I use it first for chicken tacos, quesadillas etc. Then later in the week, I make a mexican chicken casserole recipe or enchilada casserole. Or, I freeze some of the meat for later use.

    I have a friend who uses boneless chicken thighs and it really is delicious. I don’t do this often, but if I am ever using it to feed teens I absolutely use thighs cause they eat so much and healthy doesn’t matter quite as much.

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