Pork Chops in Sour Cream Gravy is a “push your chair back and unbuckle your belt good kinda meal”! You’re going to love how something so easy can be so good.
Pork Chops in Sour Cream Gravy
Pork Chops in Sour Cream Gravy is one of those very easy recipes that is an “Oh my gosh” type of dinner. You do not want to miss out on this one.
It is all in the sour cream gravy kids. All you need to do to get started on this is delicious recipe is your favorite ordinary pork chops and then kick them up just by perking up the gravy. You take beef broth, sour cream, onions and Worcestershire sauce, and then mix them together to add tons of flavor and make this an extraordinary dinner.
All you are really going to need to get started is your favorite large saute pan, and then you are ready to jump in! No hassle in the kitchen- this recipe is nice and simple, which is good because once you make pork chops in sour cream gravy, you will want to do it again soon!
I served mashed potatoes with sour cream in them as a side dish. My son loved it so much he ate the leftovers for BREAKFAST! This is a push your chair back and unbuckle your belt good kinda meal, Enjoy!
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Pork Chops in Sour Cream Gravy
- 4 bone in pork chops
- 2 Tablespoons oil
- 2 cups sliced onions
- 1 cup beef broth
- 1/8 Teaspoon pepper
- 1/3 cup sour cream
- 2 Tablespoons flour
- 2 Tablespoons - 1/4 cup milk for thinning gravy
- 2 dashes worcestershire sauce
- Place oil in a large saute pan. Place the pork chops in the pan and cook under low to medium heat until browned on both sides. Remove the pork chops from the pan to a plate.
- Add onions to the pan, cook until softened. Stir in the beef broth and pepper, return the pork chops to the pan, adding any juices left on the plate. Spoon onions over pork chops, cover and simmer about 12 minutes or until no longer pink in the middle. Remove pork chops and onions from the saute pan to a plate.
- In a medium bowl stir the sour cream and flour together. Add to the broth in the pan, whisk until well incorporate. Add the worcestershire sauce to the gravy, stirring to incorporate. If the gravy is too thick, thin it with milk to the consistency you prefer. Place the pork chops and onions back into the pan and cook until pork chops are heated back up. Serve immediately.
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Those look so rich and simple. Seems like a perfect recipe for the transition into chilly nights, particularly if you get some really good local pork chops. You husband sounds like my kind of guy. I’d have these for breakfast too!
I am so looking forward to Fall Rachel! I love how we not only change seasons but we change what we make for dinner by cooking comfort like these pork chops! Paul loved them, he all but licked the plate clean!
I made this and it was delicious! I confess I tweaked a couple of things: I used chicken broth instead of beef broth, because that is what I had in hand. I added some sauteed mushrooms with thyme, and garlic to the sauce. This recipe is a keeper.
Wonderful Ovina!! We love this one to and good for you for tweeking, that’s what recipes are for. The most important part is that you loved it the way you made it!
that was absolutely Delicious! Just cooked it for supper. I seasoned my chops with Lawrys Season Salt and pepper for I browned them.
Thank you Amy!! I’ll have to try the seasoned salt too. Thank you so much for coming back to tell me!
Why wouldn’t you add the flour to the juices in the pan and make a roux, then add the sour cream to that? Why would you not cook the flour down? I don’t get it.
William if that’s the way you want to make it go ahead and make it that way. I’m sure the end result will be the same. Just another way to achieve the same result I guess. What really matters is, the pork chops are amazing!!
Ok I must admit the plate itself is nothing to look at, I was un-sure of how it would turn out. It turned out great, was very yummy.
Thank you Kelly for coming back to tell me. I love it!
Just made the most amazing pork chops. I read this article:
Then used this recipe.
I followed the recipe pretty closely, except I browned the pork chops with a heavy amount of salt and pepper on both sides as per the article. I also paid close attention to the temperature and pulled them out of the skillet at 132 degrees. I also took the advice and got the pan really hot, then turned it down to medium as I put the pork chops in the pan, whereas the recipe tells you to brown them on low.
My husband hates pork chops, but he said these were the best he has ever had and he made several comments about how yummy they were! They turned out really tender!
Also, the recipe makes a lot of sauce. That’s always a winner! A new family favorite for sure!
Fantastic Emily! I just glanced at the link but am going back to read it, thank you!
Hi Bunny, thank you so very much for this wonderful recipe. It is absolutely DELICIOUS. I so enjoy trying out new recipes. My family are my guinea pigs and boy are they in for a treat tonight. This is definitely a keeper. EXCELLENT!!!!
Wonderful Romie! It’s one of our favorites too. Thank you for coming back to tell me you made it!
Awe, you’re a good mama Maggie, what we don’t do for our kids! I’m so happy you made and loved it!
I was wondering if u could use this on a pork tenderloin cooked in crock pot? I know too brown meat but not sure if should just add everything at once? Thanks for the recipe it sounds great
I’d let that tenderloin cook til it was done Mandy, then make the sauce and pour it over in the crock pot. The chops were sauted first until almost done, the sauce was poured over and then it only took about 10 minutes cooking for the chops were not pink on the inside anymore.
I made them last night and everybody loved them!! I didn’t change anything and were some of the best food I have had. Really easy to make. My friends at work love them too. Thanks for the recipe!!!
Wonderful Olga! Thank you so much for taking the time to come back and tell me, I love it!
This is my go to pork chop recipe, it’s excellent! My husband really enjoys it also. The only thing I do different is mix the flour with the beef broth and let it thicken then add everything back. It just proves for me to be easier. Thank you so much!
Your welcome Jackie! It’s always nice to have a recipe you love and is easy to make for dinner. I’m so happy you and your husband love it!
Could I use boneless pork chops?
You can use boneless pork chops Jeanie. I hope you try the recipe, you’ll love it!
I also wanted to make sliced tenderloin in the crockpot and use this sauce. I’m not too sure how to go about doing so? I figured if I seared them first and then made the sauce and threw it all in the crockpot it would be fine. Like maybe just combine all the liquids, and throw the onion in raw. But I’m not sure. Can you help?
Angel I made something similar a couple years ago. Here’s the link to the recipe. It might give you an idea of what to do. Let me know what you think. Crock Pot Roast Beef with Sour Cream Gravy…https://bunnyswarmoven.net/2014/10/crock-pot-roast-sour-cream-gravy
Just made these tonight, I’m wishing I made more. I only did about 5 boneless chops and it wasn’t enough. Amazing sauce! I will double it next time. I’m thinking of doing it with burgers too.
I just want to say my whole family of 4 loved this. We ended up using boneless pork chops and still came out wonderful. Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe.
Your welcome Renee!! Happy your family loved it, thank you for taking the time to come back and tell me!
Tried this recipe yesterday – DELICIOUS! I do not eat beef therefore I substituted chicken broth and also used cornstarch in place of the flour to make the dish gluten free. Thank you for sharing the recipe!
It’s a favorite here too sweetie, so happy you made it and loved it! Thank you for taking the time to come back and tell me, I love it!
your reply to Linda came to my mail. But I see it’s up over this comment box. Sandi
Great dish!! Mine honestly looked nothing like the photo. It turned out a light color. So I was a little concerned, but one taste of it and I no longer has concerns! So good!! Thinking I might like mushrooms in it the next go round! But then not sure I want to mess up something already tried and true!
A light color on the chops Annie? I probably pan fried mine a little more than you did that’s all. Saute the mushrooms in butter in a small saucepan and serve them in a bowl on the side Annie. If they want mushrooms they can have as many or as little as they want. I think they would be good with the sauce and chops too!
I made this in the instant pot. I sautéed the chops and onions in the pot, following your directions. I put potatoes on the trivet and cooked the chops and potatoes on manual pressure for 20 minutes, followed by natural pressure release for 10 minutes. I made the sauce in the pot after removing the chops. Perfect.
Fantastic Beth! I haven’t gotten an instant pot yet, your tempting me though!
Just made the pork chops with sour cream gravy…exceptI I used boneless chops, thick cut. They turned out great….moist and full of flavor. Just b to brown them well!! The gravy was outstanding, lick the spoon kind of gravy! Next time I’ll make this dish for company. Recently found this website, plan on using it a lot more. Thanks for the recipe, it was a delicious meal.
P.s. do you think this could be slightly adapted for chicken??
L. Mclain oh I think using chicken would be just as good!! Please come back and tell me how you adapted it for chicken if you do it, I’d love to know what you did!
Pretty darned yummy, I added some thyme,rosemary and a splash of fresh lemon juice to the sauce.
Nice Shauna! What great additions you made! Thank you for coming back to tell me you made it, I appreciate it!
Made these tonight & they did not disappoint! I loved that it used simple ingredients that I already had on hand! That sauce was so good!
Wonderful Jessica! I was thinking bout making the gravy and using boneless chicken breasts. Switching the beef broth for chicken and maybe adding some green and red bell peppers with the onions.