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Simple Pork Chop Recipe

Simple pork chop recipes do not get any easier than this one. With only a few ingredients and one pot, you'll have dinner in less than one hour. This is an easy pork chop recipes you'll turn to over and over again!

Serves: 4

  • 4 pork chops (about 1 pound)
  • 1 can tomato soup
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon caraway seeds or oregano (optional)
  • 6-8 small whole potatoes or 3 medium, quartered
  • 4 small carrots, split lengthwise and cut into 2 inch pieces

1. In skillet, brown chops. Pour off fat.

2. Add soup, water, Worcestershire sauce, salt, caraway, potatoes and carrots.

3. Cover; simmer 45 minutes or until tender.


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This was a great recipe for my girlfriend. She enjoyed the pork chops! Awesome recipe, I will share this on my blog!

All the recipes that i've seen and used for this include one medium onion, sliced into 8ths. Why were the onion eliminated from this recipe?

You can definitely add onions to this recipe if you wish.

I fixed this recipe today and it was awesome.The pork chops were tender and the vegetables were prepared just right.My husband told me to be sure to keep this rcipe

Sorry I forgot to mention on Low

I did mine in a slow cooker and turned out great. 3-4 hours

sounds like this would be good with sliced onions, too. but i am an onion lover. just a suggestion

I am on a salt-free diet and can't use any canned soups. Could I substitute home made tomatoes? thanks

Does this taste like tomato soup? I love tomato soup but my husband hates it. But we love a good pork recipe, I can't seem to get away from just BBQ pork, since that is what he likes. Is the tomato noticeable?

Hi ToniDvorak, There are a lot of other prominent ingredients in this recipe. I do not expect the tomato to be very noticeable once the dish is complete. Enjoy! --editors of RecipeLion

ToniDvorak, I make this recipe with canned diced tomatoes and sliced onions, if he likes other tomatoes. Another favorite one-pot meal of mine is to stuff thicker pork chops with chopped celery, apple, onion and herbs. Brown the chops, put the stuffing in the pockets. Put potatoes, carrots, and mushrooms on the top of the chops when you put them back in he pot. Pour mushroom gravy over. The flavors meld and it's really a very good way to make pork chops different.

This looks like a wonderful recipe.

I have made my porkchops almost like this. Unless you like to use tomato soup thats great. But really, these kind of pork chops are even better with campbells cream of mushroom soup. Unless you don't like mushrooms. OR now you have two ways to do this. This is the first time I have posted anything and I do hope no-one will get mad at me. good eating.

Hi karyd, Nope. It's just that this recipe was written not to be. If you make it in a slow cooker please let us know the time, temp, and how it turned out! Thanks! -Editors of RecipeLion

Is there any reason why this recipe could not or should not be done in a slow cooker?

@macsc: Thanks so much for your helpful feedback, and glad to hear you love this recipe! - RecipeLion Editors

I still have this recipe from a magazine from 1963. Love it. Also use the oregano, The gravy is great on your smashed potatoes

@ DCDNVSK 4340220 - Thanks for the insight and glad you enjoyed the recipe! -The editors of

I've been making this recipe at least 30 years. I still have the original that I cut from a can of Campbell's Tomato Soup and glued on an index card. I opt for oregano and this is a 'tried and true' recipe I go back to from time to time!!


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