Monday, February 21, 2011

Tangy Pork Chops

It's hard to get a good picture of this dish, since it usually looks like a pile of glop when you dish it out.  We put it over rice, but so far my attempts to get a good picture of it over rice have been a big "Fail!"  

So here it is, cooking in the crock pot.  Not a bad picture.  When you make this, you will spend the day drooling at the smell coming from the crock pot, and counting the hours until you can make it. 

This recipe has an odd assortment of ingredients, but I promise, they are correct.

Tangy Pork Chops
4 pork chops (at least 1/2" thick)
1/2 tsp black pepper
1/2 tsp salt
2 celery ribs, chopped
1 can (14.5 ounces) stewed tomatoes
2 tablespoons cider vinegar
2 tablespoons water
2 tablespoons cornstarch
2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
1 beef bouillon cube (we've used a chicken bouillon cube before)
2 medium onions, chopped
1 large green pepper, sliced
1/2 cup ketchup
2 tablespoons brown sugar
1 tablespoon lemon juice
white rice 

Place pork chops in a crock pot; sprinkle with salt and pepper.  Add the onions, celery, green pepper and tomatoes.  

Combine ketchup, vinegar, sugar, Worcestershire sauce, lemon juice and bullion, and pour over veggies.  Cover and cook on low for about 6 hours.  

Forty minutes before serving, mix cornstarch and water in a bowl until smooth, stir into crock pot.  Cover and cook on high for 30 minutes.  Serve over rice.

Linking to: Seaside Simplicity/ Craft-O-Maniac/ Boogieboard Cottage/ Between Naps on the Porch/ Kuzak's Closet/ Remodelaholic/ The Tattered Tag/ I Heart Naptime/ Funky Junk Interiors/ Crazy Domestic/ Katie's Cucina/ It's a Hodgepodge Life/ Chic on a Shoestring Decorating/ A Little Knick Knack/ Fingerprints on the Fridge/ Somewhat Simple/ The Shabby Chic Cottage/ Beyond the Picket Fence/ Fireflies and Jellybeans/ Momnivore's Dilemma/ It's a Keeper/ House of Hepworths/ Paisley Passions/ My Backyard Eden/ Sew Much Ado/ Blue Cricket Design/ Not Just a Housewife/ It's a Blog Party/ The Gypsy's Corner/ It's So Very Cheri/ Making the World Cuter/ Sew Chatty

15 comments:

Beaver said...

Sounds good!

Nicole said...

This sounds awesome. I think I have all the ingredients for it too, except the green pepper - but I have two red peppers. Hmm. AND I'm going to be out all afternoon. Think I'll try it (but my pork chops are frozen...)

Nicole said...

Okay - pork chops are frozen solid in one big block. We'll try it tomorrow - by which time I'll have had a chance to get a green pepper. I'm going to probably double or triple the recipe, hopefully it will still work, but I'm feeding five, three of whom are grown men.

Sarah @ Modern Country Style said...

I wish you could see how much this makes my mouth water. No, wait.....actually I'm glad you can't! Not pretty!! It sounds delicious!

Sarahx

gnee @ Singing With Birds said...

Thanks for visiting! This dish looks mighty tasty too.

Rebecca said...

Found you over at It's a Keeper...that LOOKS REALLY YUMMY! Can't wait to try it!

momsmustardseeds.blogspot.com

Shauntel said...

Do you think this would still be good without the celery? It sounds really good!

Shauntel

http://the-polka-dot-umbrella.blogspot.com/

Mari said...

This sounds yummy and a good way to use my new Crock pot. Thx for sharing.

Would love you to share here too:
http://choochmagooz.blogspot.com/2011/02/food-fight-friday-oatmeal-for-breakfast.html

Kimberly from "bugaboo" said...

Sounds delish!

Lyssa said...

I'm your newest follower! This looks yummy! Thanks for sharing. I just started a recipe party on my blog, born-again crafter and would love for you to join!
Lyssa
http://bornagaincrafter.blogspot.com/2011/02/scrumtrulescent-saturdays-party-green.html

Katie said...

Thanks for linking up to Katie's Cucina last week. I featured your pork chops!

Christina @ The Tattered Tag said...

Love your yummy recipe, thanks for linking up to my blog bash K.I.S.S. @ The Tattered Tag. Please link up more of your great ideas tomorrow. Congrats on your new linky party!:)

Drop by The Tattered Tag

Anonymous said...

Do you dissolve the bouillon cube in water or just add the whole cube?

Martha (MM) said...

Sounds delicious! Thanks for linking it up to the Mardi Gras party! :-)

Handy Man, Crafty Woman said...

I don't know if the anonymous commenter will come back, but no, I didn't dissolve the cube, I just tossed it in.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...