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Pork Chops in Pressure Cooker

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Ingredients
  • 4 thick or thin pork chops
  • 4 lg. Russet potatoes, peeled and sliced thick
  • 1 lg. onion, chopped
  • 1/4 cup water
  • Salt and pepper
  • Oil
Instructions

In a pressure cooker, add enough oil to coat bottom. On medium-high, brown the chops, usually 2 at a time, until nicely browned on all sides (I do this at relatively high heat cuz it's faster and it renders a better gravy). Remove cooker from heat and carefully add the sliced potatoes, being careful not to get splattered with grease. Mix the potatoes thoroughly to coat with the drippings. The browner the drippings, the better the gravy! Add about 1/4 cup water and mix again. Pour in the onions and stir all. Salt and pepper if you wish. Put the chops on top of the potatoes; salt and pepper again if you wish. Close the cooker. Put back on the heat and reduce to medium. It will take quite a while to bring up to pressure. Once at pressure, cook for 15 minutes. Put cooker under running water and tap to reduce pressure quickly. Remove the chops and spoon out the potatoes. The chops will fall off the bone and be nice and moist and the potatoes will be in a nice gravy.

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I was recently given a pressure cooker as a gift and, having never used one before, I have been quite apprehensive. This is only the 3rd meal I have prepared in my new pressure cooker so I had no idea how it would be. We had it for dinner the night before last and, WOW, it was so tasty. The meat was delicious and falling off the bone, the potatoes had absorbed all of the flavors. We loved it and I have gained huge confidence in my new pressure cooker!

Mmmmm this sounds delicious. I like pork chops but never thought of cooking them in the pressure cooker. I'm definitely saving this recipe. I like the way the potatoes are done with the chops for a one pot meal. I think I may add in some carrots as well and voila we have a whole meal - protein, starch and vegetable!

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