One Pan Ranch Pork Chops and Crispy Potatoes


One Pan Ranch Pork Chops and Crispy Potatoes

One Pan Ranch Pork Chops and Crispy Potatoes
One Pan Ranch Pork Chops and Crispy Potatoes

"With just 10 minutes of prep, dinner comes together on one tray and results in the most delicious juicy and tender ranch pork chops with crispy potatoes. I might not be able to check off everything on my massive to-do list, but I end the day around the table with my family — feeling accomplished, nourished, and full of love. A homemade dinner might not be everything, but tonight it’s more than enough. I hope that you’ll show yourself some grace, bake some pork chops, and enjoy the smiles around your table as well."

Serves4 people

Preparation Time10 min

Cooking Time30 min

Cooking Vessel SizeBaking Sheet

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Oh good, I am glad to find out that I am not the only one that lines my baking sheets and pans with aluminum so the clean up will be quick and easy just like this recipe. This looks so yummy. After waiting through all the ads on the video, I was a little disappointed to see the video on the page is not for the featured recipe.

This seems like a simply delicious meal. Simple to prepare and delicious to eat! I like the idea that the pork chop is bake and it's juices flavor the crispy potatoes as well. This is also a brilliant idea as everything is cooked together in one easy method so no trouble at all to prepare.

I love one pan recipes and this one will be on top of that list. This One Pan Ranch Pork Chops and Crispy Potatoes sounds so good I have to make it. I have done potatoes using the dry Ranch dressing power but not the meats. I'll be making this tonight for dinner and I'm sure it will be a new favorite dish for pork chops. Thank you so much for sharing this free recipe.

This is a very simple recipe. Sometimes the best tasting really are the simplest. Since the dish is pork chops and potatoes, I thought that everything got cooked together from start to finish. No, you start with potatoes and add chops later. If you have bigger potatoes, make sure to cut into smaller hunks so they cook completely in the time given.


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