Season, to taste with more salt and pepper and let simmer for 5 minutes longer. Bring to a boil, cover, then lower to a simmering heat. The meat is browned, the vegetables sautéed, the meat goes back in to simmer in the sauce.
When I can make dinner in a skillet, I am all for it. My husband LOVES pork chops and I LOVE Cajun flavors, so this pork chops recipe was meant to be.
Place chops in hot oil and brown about 4 minutes per side. Bring to a boil, then lower heat and let cook for 5 minutes. Skillet meals are easier to make and it helps me make dinner, Fast. Be sure to pour any of the excess liquid from the plate or bowl the pork chops were in, back into the pan.
After 7-8 hours on low, it was time to make that gravy people! Drain out and excess oil. I strained the broth from the slow cooker, then I added it to a saucepan, make a cornstarch slurry and drizzle that in the pan while whisking, bring to a boil, reduce to simmer and cook for about 5 minutes. It makes dinner simpler and there are less dishes for me to deal this. Add the Cajun/Creole Seasoning. Add water and scrape the bottom of the pan.
That is a big deal when you have a family the size of mine. The pork chops are seared and then simmered with chicken broth and Cajun-style chopped vegetables and seasonings.
The Cajun sauce… The pork chops are smothered in a delicious Cajun-spiced tomato sauce.
I’ve heard the term “smothered” when referring to a southern cooking technique and I think this is similar.
Add bell pepper.
… Try this Cajun Pork Chops that the family will love.
The meat is browned, the vegetables sautéed, the meat goes back in to simmer in the sauce. Creamy Cajun Pork Chops has become a new favorite in my house. Cajun Pork Chops Skillet Meal. I first made this pork chops recipe over winter break when we were home from work and wanted something super flavorful, warming, and delicious. These smothered pork chops make a tasty family meal. It's a quick and easy preparation, perfect for a busy day.
Cajun-seasoned pork chops are browned quickly and then simmered low and slow with milk and onions, resulting in tender chops with a thick, delicious gravy.
Finally, I transferred the pork chop to the slow cooker and sauteed onions and peppers and poured that over the pork chops. With just the right amount of heat, these cajun pork chops are amazing. Add the 1/2 cup of water. People often ask me what's my favorite thing to make, and Smothered Pork Chops & Onion Gravy is what I typically say. Add onions on top of chops, cover, and cook until onions are just soft, about 10 minutes. I’ve heard the term “smothered” when referring to a southern cooking technique and I think this is similar. Turn chops over.
Next layer your pork chops over the onion gravy.
Creamy Cajun Pork Chops has become a new favorite in my house.