Creamy pork chops

Submitted by Lisa Casey

Creamy pork chops

5 from 3 votes
Serving: 2
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 5 hours 30 minutes
Total Time 5 hours 40 minutes


  • 2-4 pork chops
  • 250 grams cooking cream
  • 4-6 sliced mushrooms
  • 1 onion sliced
  • 1 capsicum diced
  • 1 packet of dried French onion soup mix,
  • 1 tsp Cajun seasoning
  • Cracked pepper
  • Garlic salt


  • Place pork chops into SC.
  • On top put onion, mushrooms and capsicum.
  • In a bowl mix all other ingredients and pour over pork chops.
  • Cook on low for 5-6 hours

64 thoughts on “Creamy pork chops”

  1. Very tasty indeed. I tweaked it a little and added 1 tsp dijon mustard and as we like spice prob around 1 1/2 tbsp of cajun seasoning. Also took lid off hour before serving to thicken sauce 🙂

  2. Well results were clean plates!! I guess my cooker may cook a bit hot on low as the chops disintegrated but still tasty. I added more cream 10 mins before serving as the sauce was a bit strong, ????????

  3. Kate Sutherland-West

    This was lovely. Clean plates all round. I didnt have french onion soup So used 2 packs of miso paste & 100ml of water. I added cream in 1hr before the end & served with rice. Defo will be making again

  4. Super easy dish! Very very tasty sauce but our pork was dry..
    I’m going to try it again but use a different cut or even a different meat becuase the sauce was delish!!

  5. Could you use chicken instead of pork ????
    And what cut of chicken would you suggest as last time I tried to cook a chicken dish it was dry

  6. Yay, a new way of doing pork. I like a bit of variety but didn’t have many ways of doing pork.
    I used Pork Midloin steaks instead of chops (I hate having the bone, which is funny because I don’t mind chicken bones) and I used half a green capsicum and half a red capsicum.
    So easy to make and came out absolutely delicious. Definitely making this one again.

  7. Ok, you now have another convert to this amazing recipe. We loved, loved, loved it!!!!! I added a little bit extra Cajun seasoning (I like that spicy kick), and can honestly say this is definitely one to cook. I am going to try it with chicken thighs next time because I think that would be a great choice as well. Awesome recipe 🙂

  8. Perfect pork dish, so much flavour and the meat was so tender…..thank you so much for sharing this delicious meal Lisa x

  9. Made this recipe the other night. Did not have Cajun Pepper so added Sweet Paprika instead. Was so yummy. Tasted even better the next day with rice. Will definitely be making this again.

  10. When I tried this an mixed the cream with soup pack the cream went really thick , is it suppose to do that?

  11. Rhonda Fennell

    Hi, Can I do this recipe with Pork forequarter chops (I have never used them before, just saw them at Coles today and bought them ,they look just like lamb forequarter chops), hope they won’t dry out. Hope you can help. Thankyou

  12. Tonight we tried this and it is now my new favourite slow cooker dish! I changed the recipe as I couldn’t get hold of certain ingredients. This is my recipe:

    2-4 pork chops (I used 3 boneless steaks)
    4-6 sliced mushrooms
    200ml double cream
    1 small onion, sliced
    Half a packet of French onion soup mix
    1 tsp paprika
    1-2 tsp of dijon mustard (I used course grain French mustard)
    Black pepper to taste

    Place the chops in slow cooker. On top, place slices of onion & mushroom.
    In a bowl mix all other ingredients together and pour over chops.
    Cook on low for 4-5 hours.

  13. Had this again last night, plates were licked clean haha. I used pork steak this time and only cooked for 4 hours on low.

  14. No dried French onion soup locally (so substituted with plain onion mix) or garlic salt and used steaks resulting in a sauce that resembled thick porridge so not impressed with the result. Pork was also dry which was a shame I had been looking forward to a nice meal. The right dry soup mix (or half of it) and with the pork cut in strips to cut cooking time might help.

  15. To those who have made this before … I am cooking 6 chops. What adjustments should I make to receipe inc cook time pls?

  16. Claire Bennett

    Cooked this for Sunday Dinner. We had to add a bit of cornflour to the sauce to slightly thicken it up. The sauce had a lovely flavour. Will cook again.

  17. Absolutely amazing! Fussy mr 7 loved it too… I will do for 4hrs next time instead of 5 and add a little less capsicum ( only as we aren’t huge fans) but otherwise?

  18. Instead of pork chops, I I use 1kg chicken breast and I add 130grames of 1 tub of Philadelphia garden herbs and onion twist spreadable cream cheese. Mix it with the cream and French onion. Taste awesome

  19. Yum-Oh! Had 8 (thinnish) chops, used 300ml of cooking cream plus a dribble left in another bottle. Couldn’t use capsicum so sliced some carrot. The carrot and onion didn’t quite cook but the flavour was spot on. Used salt reduced soup mix. Will make again for sure!

  20. Jayne Dinwoodie

    5 stars
    This was absolutely amazing, took a matter of minutes to prepare , highly rated by family and on the must have again list, simple store cupboard ingredients used which makes it even better

  21. Maria Mihailidis

    5 stars
    This was easy and quick to put together. I didn’t use the cajan spice, as I’m not sure how much heat and spicy it might be. So I just added some thyme, mixed herbs, paprika, garlic powder and some Himalayan salt. Was very delicious. Will be making it again, clean plates

  22. 5 stars
    Easy recipe. I doubled and cooked for 5 hrs-6hrs on low. I also substituted cocconut cream x1 can and x1 can cocconut milk. it doesn’t taste cocconutty.

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