Smothered Sister Chops

Posted June 28, 2018 by tambarr1 in Busy Cooking, Cooking With Tam / 0 Comments

When it comes to pork chops, there is nothing I love eating more than those that have been well seasoned and pan-fried to perfection. In fact, I’ve been known to fry up some chops just like the ones I’m talking about.  Back when my cooking experience was limited, frying pork chops used to be the only way I prepared them.  But when life got busy and more demands were placed on me, I needed to find another way to cook them. That’s where the Smothered Sister Chops come in.  Years ago, my sister shared this easy and tasty pork chop recipe with me, and I used to oven bake them. However, now of course, I slow cook them.

This recipe is not complicated at all requiring only pork chops (I used 6 center-cut chops), a can of Cream of Mushroom Soup, and a green pepper.  I do season the chops with Morton’s Nature’s Season before placing them in the pot.  The Smothered Sister Chops are my oldest daughter’s favorite dish, and for good reason: they are very tasty, and it helps to have a good recipe that you can rely on to make your family happy.

Season the chops well before placing them in the slow cooker


Place sliced green pepper on top of chops in the slow cooker . I used a half of pepper.


Mix 1 can of Cream of Mushroom Soup with 1 can of water until smooth and add to the slow cooker.


Cover and cook on high for 3.5 hours, or on low for 5.5 hours.


Serve Slow-Cooker Smothered Sister Chops over rice (cabbage seen here).

The chops turn out tasty and tender, and they will soon be one of your family’s favorites. Much love and thanks to my sister for the inspiration!