Mouth-Watering Pork Chops


Mouth-Watering Pork Chops

25 Min

We hope you have some napkins ready 'cause these pork chops are going to leave your mouth watering with every bite. Cooked till they're tender and covered in a rich, hearty mushroom sauce, these Mouth-Watering Pork Chops are a favorite dish!

What You'll Need

  • 1/4 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon black pepper
  • 4 bone-in pork chops
  • 3 tablespoons butter
  • 2 tomatoes, chopped
  • 4 cloves garlic, chopped
  • 2 cups sliced mushrooms
  • 1 teaspoon seasoning and browning sauce
  • 1 teaspoon chopped fresh parsley
  • 1/2 cup white wine or chicken broth

What to Do

  1. In a shallow dish, combine flour, salt, and pepper; mix well, then coat pork chops evenly on both sides.
  2. In a large skillet over medium heat, melt butter; add chops and brown on both sides until golden, about 4 minutes per side. Remove chops to a platter; set aside.
  3. Add remaining ingredients to skillet and cook 5 minutes. Return chops to skillet, reduce heat to low, and simmer 8 to 10 minutes, or until no pink remains in center of chops.


Wanna finish off these mouthwatering chops with a delicious dessert? Then how about putting out a plate of our Ultimate Fudgy Brownies?

Nutritional InformationShow More

Servings Per Recipe: 4

  • Amount Per Serving % Daily Value *
  • Calories 371
  • Calories from Fat 203
  • Total Fat 23g 35 %
  • Saturated Fat 10g 51 %
  • Trans Fat 0.4g 0 %
  • Protein 24g 49 %
  • Amount Per Serving % Daily Value *
  • Cholesterol 92mg 31 %
  • Sodium 743mg 31 %
  • Total Carbohydrates 12g 4 %
  • Dietary Fiber 1.5g 6 %
  • Sugars 3.2g 0 %

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What exactly does the browning sauce consist of, the recipe does not go into detail about it?

My husband made this for me the other night. I gotta say he did a great job. I wouldn't change a thing. It was delicious.

I used chicken gravy mix instead of browning sauce - 1/2 C water and 1/2 C wine. Smashed Red potatoes with garlic, butter and good sprinkle of Parmesan cheese

I have never used "Seasoning and browning sauce". Can anyone tell me where to find this in the grocery? Is it like thickened beef bouillon or worcestershire sauce?

Hi there! The Test Kitchen used Kitchen Bouquet brand, but there are many other brands that you can use for this recipe. We found it on the condiment aisle in our local grocery store. Enjoy!

This recipe was really easy to prep and cook in about an hour. I followed it exactly except for the parsley. My recommendation would be that you evaluate how much you like garlic and adjust how many cloves you use accordingly. I may have used bigger cloves than the person who developed the recipe, but the response from my crew was the garlic was a bit over the top; hence my recommendation.

A healthier version I have been making for years. Use pork chops, loin or steak, they all work. Just season as you like, lay in heavy skillet or Dutch oven, cover with sliced onions, add mushrooms if your kids will eat them, then pour a can of Italian tomatoes over all. Cook very slowly, about 1 1/2 hrs, until tomatoes are reduced and pork falls apart. Very moist and tender. The reduced tomatoes almost taste sweet. No fat, no carbs!

Instead of simmering, I finished mine in a 325 degree F oven. Definitely mouth-watering.

it has been difficult for me, to search for a recipe, and keep the page without getting instant pop ups, any suggestions?

yes I agree!!! recently popups have been invading the pages so that you cannot see the recipes. this happens repeatedly even if you avoid the green highlighted links.

Just a note on nutritional values. When cooking anything, unless the ingredients are weighed and make up your own recipe exactly to the weight and the exact brand of ingredient, each time you make a recipe the values are going to be different. That is why I go to a sight where I can calculate my recipe every time.

Then .....WHY Are you here all signed in and complaining about THIS site?????

I am always amazed at the critical remarks on these recipe sites. I am thankful for the free recipes. If a person needs to have the nutritional info about the ingredients then maybe they should be going to a site that offers that. And I am amazed at someone wondering if they should use a boneless or bone in chop. I would suggest using whatever you have. Unless you are told to flatten the chop, boneless or bone-in makes no difference in most pork chop recipes.

I often use Oven Fry for pork and the directions say 20 minutes for bone-in OR boneless, so I agree with you. By the way, I very much recommend Oven Fry for pork and Oven Fry for chicken. The chicken goes for 40 minutes, turning at 20 minutes.

I disagree. I am a diabetic, and some ot the recipes here are wonderful, and cannot be found on any other website. I think that with the recipes found here with Mr. Food should list the nutritional information. I personally enjoy many, many of the recipes here, and I have had diabetes long enough to be able to know how to make adjustments to any recipe to make it more "healty", and better to adjust to my diet. But why should anyone that has diabetes or some other health issue, have to go somewhere else, just to find these wonderful recipes???......Isn't your posting a critical remark too? Also I did try this recipe and it was wonderful!

Wisconsin packers, no one was suggesting to go to another recipe site and try to find the recipe. They were saying to go to a calorie and nutrition calculator website. Then you look up the calorie count or nutrition for each ingredient listed in the recipe and add it up. Simple!

did any one here find out what the seasoning and browning sauce is

Kitchen Bouquet is a browning sauce. you can buy it at any grocery store. I have used it for years and years.

It would be very helpful if recipes would specify whether pork chop recipes are for boneless or bone-in chops.

does it really matter? a pork chop is a pork chop...more flavor with the bone but it is your preference in most of these. think about the final product and how you want to present it on your table.

Contrary to the lead-in to this recipe, meat experts say that trichinosis is no longer a danger in pork products that are cooked to an internal temperature of 137 degrees farenheit. Read here: Therefore, pork no longer need be cooked (actually overcooked) to 170 degrees Farenheit. However, wild game and hamburger needs to be well cooked.

your mouth watering pork chops recipe were very good i cook it for my husband for father day he love it thank you

so.....what is the seasoning and browning sauce ?????? can you please tell me,,,thanks

Kitchen Bouquet is a seasoned browning extract. Could that be what they mean? Would be nice if they gave a clue or example.

critta: "kitchen bouquet" would be a seasoning and browning sauce

The ingredients say 1 teaspoon of seasoning and brown sauce. Am I missing something. 1 teaspoon of what seasoning? Could anyone help me with that. Thank you.


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