Yes, this is another recipe for the crockpot. Can you tell I live on the use of the crockpot. Realtors have very busy lives.. I know, like who doesn't. Anyway, this recipe was given to me when my children were in preschool and it has been a staple in our menu ever since.
1 Stick butter
2 Cups Seasoned Breadcrumbs
4/5 Boneless Porkchop (at least ½ inch thick).. other wise you will need to reduce the cooking time.
Slice butter into tabs; place ½ stick in bottom of crock pot. Cover butter and bottom of crockpot with 1 cup of the breadcrumbs. Place porkchops on top of breadcrumbs. Repeat the process again, place the remainder (½ stick) of butter on top of pork chops and cover with the other cup of bread crumbs. Cover and cook on low for 4 to 5 hours.
The only moisture the pork chops get is from the meat itself and the butter. If done right the bread crumbs will stick to the pork chops as if you have baked them. However, they don't need to be cut, they break apart with a fork.
You can serve this with a baked potato or stuffing along with a salad.
Info about the author:
Valerie Osterhoudt is a Cromwell Connecticut Residential Realtor who can assist you with the purchase and/or sale of real estate in the Middlesex County of CT, as well as the surrounding areas. Please visit me at www.CTrealtorMLS.com for all your relocation and/or local needs.
Valerie Osterhoudt, ABR - Johnson Real Estate, Inc. - 860.635.0387 #2 - firstname.lastname@example.org
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