Southern Smothered Boneless Pork Chops Recipe | Yummly

Southern Smothered Boneless Pork Chops

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  • 2 tablespoons coarse salt
  • 1 tablespoon black pepper (coarse)
  • 4 boneless pork chops (thick)
  • 4 tablespoons butter
  • 2 garlic (pods, minced)
  • 2 teaspoons dried oregano
  • 2 teaspoons dried thyme
  • 1 teaspoon coriander
  • 1 cup whole milk cream (picnik or 1 cup)
  • 1/2 cup chicken stock
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    NutritionView More

    Sodium180% DV4320mg
    Fat91% DV59g
    Protein98% DV50g
    Carbs2% DV6g
    Fiber3% DV<1g
    Calories750Calories from Fat530
    Total Fat59g91%
    Saturated Fat31g155%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat530
    Total Carbohydrate6g2%
    Dietary Fiber<1g3%
    Vitamin A35%
    Vitamin C4%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


    Joe Clawson 4 days ago
    Quick and easy to make. Sauce was fantastic and the pork chops were tender and juicy. Family loved it.
    Annie D 4 days ago
    Delicious! Will definitely make it again. I used fresh herbs instead of dried.
    Jennifer Palmer 13 days ago
    Recipe was good. I added garlic onions and mushrooms. i will make this again.
    Farro 17 days ago
    Absolutely incredible. A must try!
    Kenneth Rausch 25 days ago
    cooked it exactly to the directions, turned out awesome! Delicious and savory! thanks.
    Ehrlich a month ago
    This family loved it! I added some chicken stock to make it more saucy. I also used fresh herbs right out the garden and the smell was delicious!
    Samantha Pratt a month ago
    Made it without coriander, whole family loved it! Will make again
    Heather 2 months ago
    Pretty good! Not my favorite but I will make it again one day.
    Stephanie L. 2 months ago
    I didn't get the salt rinsed off well enough so it was really salty. I'll pay better attention to that step next time, because this was really good!
    Nick Hody 2 months ago
    I love this recipe but they come out hard and salty.
    Borden 2 months ago
    Very good. It had great flavor and the pork chops were not dry at all.
    G 3 months ago
    Great, delicious , adjusted herb slightly., used very little herb. The heavy cream thickened wonderfully...
    Erica Danos 3 months ago
    Quick, easy but you need to tweak it big time. Where to start? Don’t put the garlic in at the beginning or you’ll have a burnt, bitter mess and waste of the good stuff. After pork chops are done, before the creams (which you can sub variously with sour cream, cream cheese or combos-that’s one way to deal with thickness/thinness problems). Add chopped onions too for more texture. Depending how fresh your dried herbs are, start with half called for and add later. Ground coriander is fine as is. Add spice in the form of Chile flakes, cayenne or hot paprika. You’ll be happy you did. Or add Tabasco after. Then deglaze with whatever broth you have. Then the dairy. I feel it’s still the recipe with these changes that I had to make due to supply in the house when I decided to make this and experience from years of cooking. Ate it with steamed green beans. Made keto husband very happy!
    Schwab 5 months ago
    I thought this was delicious! My husband is not a meat fan so he thought it was ok. The directions confused me. I am not sure if it is because I am not a chef, but it turned out!
    Melissa Durham 5 months ago
    A little too much oregano for me, but hubby liked it. That’s saying a lot, as not only is he Southern, he’s very picky about his gravies. Overall, pretty good.
    Hradelovitz 5 months ago
    It was a winner let the pork simmer about 45 minutes in the sauce
    Sherry Hoey 5 months ago
    Had to bake the chops because it took too long to cook them.
    Julie Y. 6 months ago
    excellent husband even liked i added onions and mushrooms
    Patricia Duffy 6 months ago
    Used Aldis regular (thinish) sliced chops. Took it easy on the salt and was glad I did. Seasonings were definitely different but tasty. Kept on a low simmer for about 30 minutes as I made it for company. Plated and increased heat: boiled off a bit of the thin-nest from the sauce. Good. Everyone enjoyed it.
    Malia D. 7 months ago
    Great Recipe. I had to add cornstarch to thicken the sauce. I also added a half squeezed lemon and zest, it tasted wonderful.
    Merle Lynn Watson 7 months ago
    Tasted great. I’d thicken the sauce
    Kenna 8 months ago
    Perfect I even added mushrooms
    Tommy 8 months ago
    It’s great!!! Easy to make and we loved it!
    Jeffrey Ward 8 months ago
    Delicious.. will make again
    Tasha Blackett 8 months ago
    Was great! I will definitely be making it again :)
    Erika 9 months ago
    It was good. The flavor was different. The instructions weren’t really clear. I won’t be making this again .
    TL 9 months ago
    Very easy and tasty!
    Gary B. 9 months ago
    Awesome. Very easy, beyond easy. Only did very little salt to brine, but still came out salty. Even used unsalted butter for my wife. Other than that. Awesome.
    Kristen Olshan 9 months ago
    Sooooo good I added extra coriander
    Joakim S 9 months ago
    Very nice and easy. My wife asked me to do it next day as well.

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