Pork is my favorite meat whether it is ham, bacon, pork roast, ribs, sausage or pork chops.  I especially like cooking pork chops because there are such a large variety of ways to prepare them.  This is the one pot KEEPER recipe meal I chose for my sister-in-law and my dinner recently.

Since it was only the two of us I used only two pork chops, two medium size potatoes and two carrots.  As they simmered, they cooked down and I did have to add a bit more water.  The pork chops were so tender; they could be cut with a fork.  Since I try to avoid too much salt, I will omit the salt next time.  The seasoned meat tenderizer was adequate seasoning.



4 pork chops (I used 2)

 Seasoned meat tenderizer

1 (10 ¾ oz.) can tomato soup

 ½ cup water

1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce

½ tsp. salt (I will omit next time)

Pepper to taste

½ tsp. oregano

6 to 8 small potatoes or 3 medium potatoes, quartered

(I used 2 medium)

4 carrots split length wise into two inch pieces  (I used 2)

½ onion, chopped

  1. Sprinkle pork chop with the meat tenderizer.  In skillet, brown pork chops; pour off fat.
  2. Add soup, water, Worcestershire sauce, salt, pepper, oregano, potatoes, carrots, and onion.
  3. Cover, simmer 45 minutes or until pork chops and potatoes are tender.