- 2 pork chops (bone-in, ¾" - 1" thick)
- 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
- 2 teaspoons brown sugar
- 2 teaspoons salt
- 1 teaspoon ground pepper (fresh)
- 1 cup chicken broth
- 1 tablespoon liquid smoke
|Calories350Calories from Fat190|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat190|
|% DAILY VALUE|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Charlotte 2 months ago
Used granulated sugar instead and added Trader Joe’s 21 seasoning salute to the the rub, turned out great although it wasn’t spectacular, it needed a little something like a lemon juice, will definitely try this again
Tara Thompson 3 months ago
I added garlic and onion powder to the rub and turned out great dipped in some bbq sauce, very tender and juicy, would make again!
Denise N 3 months ago
I used powdered Ranch Dressing mix for the rub, can't use sugar at all. After natural release I removed the chops and added a bit cold corn starch liquid to the "gravy" It came out very good. The Chops were super tender.
Jeff Schafer 3 months ago
Really good, everyone loved it.
Claire 3 months ago
I added onion and garlic powder. It was delicious and very tender
Alexander H. 4 months ago
Loved it, so tender and flavorful
steve s. 5 months ago
This turned out great. Making it again.
Missy George 5 months ago
Great flavor. Loved it
Nancy Harris 5 months ago
Gina R. 5 months ago
it was tender and juicy will definitely be on my return list
Craig Price 6 months ago
It was pretty good. Needs a bit more brown sugar. Maybe a Knorr block & some ground clove.
Andrew 6 months ago
Very bland when cooking in the chicken broth. Needs some zest!
Kristen McHausler 7 months ago
The directions were easy, (especially since this is my first InstantPot recipe) however it did come out a little bland, even after adding a few other things (soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, lemon juice to the soup stock and onion, garlic, lemon pepper and a few other spices to the rub). Still tender, but maybe next time I’ll try an overnight marinade or a spice with more zing. The chops were great with BBQ sauce :)
Lois 7 months ago
Extremely tender meat. Found out I'm not a fan of liquid smoke so next time I will eliminate this ingredient. Added Wondra flour to pot after removing meat and set to saute for a couple minutes for gravy.
Janalyn Burger Oster 7 months ago
It is wonderful! Did not modify the recipe at all
Tabitha Siders 7 months ago
It was so good I'm definitely going to start using this recipe more often
YumChef 7 months ago
We liked it, it was easy, and we’ll make it again.
Me 7 months ago
This was easy to make but was very unappealing to look at and the taste was worse. Flavorless but tender.
Jaacks 7 months ago
GREAT!!! Will make again soon.
A S. 8 months ago
My very picky husband loves it! Making it again for NY day dinner.
LISA MCMILLAN 8 months ago
Easy, quick, flavorful and tender!
Demetric Moss 9 months ago
Great came out as directed
Demetria Barlow a year ago
Nice and tender i would make these again
Griffin a year ago
Very tender. Added a little paprika to the seasoning.
Kind sir a year ago
I didn’t have an instant pot so I seared the chops in a cast iron skillet. Meanwhile In a cast iron pot I put chicken stock and thinly sliced garlic and onions. After searing the chops I place them into the cast iron pot and let them come up the temp 140 degrees. I then added some more stock to the pot and whisked the remains and made a glaze. Served the chops on a bed of thinly sliced honeycrisp apple and the remainder carmelizwd onions served in the side. Delicious! Made it two nights in a row! Added the the brown sugar to the chops was a game changer!