Creamy Braised Pork Chops (or Chicken)

8 Reviews / 5 Average
If you’ve got a weakness for delicious sauces (like me), you’ll love this braised pork recipe! My family was literally scraping every last bit of the sauce from the pan and pouring whatever they could spare over their mashed potatoes. These Creamy Braised Pork Chops are quick to make, perfect for busy weeknight dinners.
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Creamy Braised Pork Chops with a side of broccoli and mashed potatoes.

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And the pork in this recipe could easily be replaced with chicken if you desire. Just be sure to increase the cooking time since a chicken breast is likely to be a lot thicker than a thin pork chop. Enjoy!

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  1. My sauce didn’t have that beautiful deep color that the pork has in the picture, The cream sauce didn’t thicken well.

  2. 5 stars

    Just made the Creamy Braised Pork Chops tonight for dinner, and they were outstanding!! My family actually fought over them. They were so easy to make, and the sauce was great.

    Thank you!!!

    1. Hi Debbie, the broccoli recipe can be found in Lisa’s “On a Budget” cookbook! It’s called Stir-Fry Broccoli. – Nicole

  3. This was so unbelievably delicious! My 6th grader picked this recipe from the new cookbook and I have seriously never seen her eat so much!!

  4. 5 stars
    These were great, even my kids liked them and that’s always a huge win. It’s a super simple dinner to throw together. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

    1. Amy Taylor (comment moderator)

      We’ve not tried coconut milk in this recipe but it is my typical sub for cream in many recipes. If you give it a try, let us know how it turns out.

  5. 5 stars
    I made this dish, and my family loved it. I did simmer the pork chops for 30 minutes so that they would be tender (and they were). I served the pork chops over brown rice that I added finely chopped fresh parsley to. Steamed peas rounded out the meal. Yummy!

  6. I have an almost identical recipe for smothered pork chops that uses buttermilk instead of heavy cream. Before turning up you nose, try it. Surprisingly good!!