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Crockpot Ranch Pork Chops & Garlic Noodles Parmesan
It's been so hot here and we've been eating alot of different salad's because I really don't want to heat up the kitchen so I decided to make us a hearty meal in the crockpot because my crockpot doesn't heat up the kitchen at all!
I found several recipes on Pinterest similar to the one I came up with and my DH made his famous garlic noodles parmesan to complete the dish! YAY, he's been on vacation for 2 weeks!
This dish is so creamy and delicious and my kids love mashed potatoes as well as the noodles so I couldn't let this gravy pass up a trip on top of mashed potatoes so I made a small batch! Great choice, everything was gobbled down! This is one recipe you do want to try, even in the heat, it won't heat up your kitchen, I promise, and the best investment you can make is crockpot liners! They are a lifesaver, no burning, no mess!
8 boneless pork chops1 ounce dry Ranch Seasoning Mix Packet2 (10 3/4 ounce cans) Cream of Chicken Soup1 (14 1/2 ounce can) chicken broth1 tablespoon corn starch, for thickening gravy if needed at the end
8 ounce bag dry wide egg noodles1/2 cup butter3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil1/4 cup parmesan cheese, from green container1 teaspoon garlic salt
Spray a skillet with cooking spray and brown pork chops so they have a little golden color, a couple of minutes each side.
In the crockpot add 1 can of soup, 1/2 can broth and 1/2 of ranch seasoning and mix well. Add 4 browned pork chops and repeat layers using the remaining soup, broth, ranch and pork chops.
Cook on low 6 hours or high 4 hours.
If gravy needs to thicken up, add corn starch, mix well and cook for the final 30 minutes in the crockpot.
When the pork chops are almost done cooking, start your noodles.
In a pot, bring water to a boil and add noodles and cook according to package instructions. Drain.
Return noodles to pot and add all noodle ingredients and mix well.
Serve pork chops over noodles.
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Thanks Kathy for the wonderful recipe- review and picture - I love it
Dang, this sounds good enough to eat for BREAKFAST ! LOL
Great Recipes and Reviwes Kathy. Not to mention delicious Photos as well. Thanks for sharing your great menu ideas!
MMMM, looks and sounds divine! I am wondering about the amount of garlic salt - is it really 1 1/2 Tablespoon, not teaspoon? I will be making this during these hot summer days. Thanks for posting.
Appy_GirlGreat Recipes and Reviwes Kathy. Not to mention delicious Photos as well.
I agree! Thanks Cathy.
Sorry for the typo on the garlic salt! I fixed it!
Thanks for the nice comments!
What a great idea.
Easy and flavorful too I bet.
I like opening your posts and seeing your ideas and photos. Thanks Kathy.
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