Amish One-Pan Pork Chops Recipe With Homemade Brown Gravy by 30Seconds Food

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Amish One-Pan Pork Chops Recipe With Homemade Brown Gravy

Golden pan-seared pork chops with a homemade brown gravy is the definition of comfort food. And nobody cooks like the Amish! This easy Amish pork chop recipe is ready in 30 minutes, cooks in one pan and will fill up your belly – and may bring back memories of simpler times.

These pan-seared pork chops are quick and easy to make. Here is your short shopping list for these skillet pork chops: pork chops, butter, flour, garlic powder, paprika, beef broth, garlic powder, onion powder, Worcestershire sauce and cornstarch. The chops are seasoned with salt and pepper before being dredge in seasoned flour. They're pan-seared in butter until golden and cooked through. Remove to a plate and make the brown gravy in the same pan.

Serve these pork chops and gravy with potatoes, rice or your favorite side dishes. Some Amish like to serve them with French fries or fried potatoes. We say, why not?

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Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes 
Servings: 4 to 6

Ingredients

Brown Gravy

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Recipe Notes

  • For a little smokiness, use smoked paprika.
  • To make an onion gravy, cook some sliced or chopped onions in the skillet to soften before proceeding with gravy directions. 

Here's how to make it:

  1. Combine the flour, garlic powder and paprika in a bowl. 
  2. Melt the butter in a large skillet. Season the pork chops with salt and pepper, then dredge in the flour mixture. Put them into the hot butter. Cook the pork chops until golden brown on both sides and cooked through, about 4 to 5 minutes per side depending on how thick the chops are. Remove to a plate, cover and set aside. 
  3. To make the brown gravy, bring the beef broth to a boil in the same skillet. Whisk in the garlic powder, onion powder and Worcestershire sauce. 
  4. Combine the cornstarch and water to make a slurry. Whisk it into the gravy. Cook until it thickens, about 3 to 4 minutes. Season with salt and pepper. Spoon the hot gravy over the pork chops. 

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Skillets
Skillets $10 & Up
Flour
Flour $2 & Up
Onion Powder
Onion Powder $3 & Up
Paprika
Paprika $3 & Up
Beef Broth
Beef Broth $2 & Up
Cornstarch
Cornstarch $2 & Up
Tongs
Tongs $5 & Up

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Elisa Schmitz
Simple, savory comfort food, yum!
Tribe
Very nice cool-weather recipe...
Duane Rush
The Amish don't eat French fries. Stop lying.
Elisa Schmitz
Thanks for your comment. Although the photo above is only one serving suggestion, it's a pretty sweeping generalization to say that the Amish don't eat French fries. A quick google search shows the wide variety of foods eaten by the Amish today:

amishamerica.com/what-do-amish...
www.amish365.com/perfect-oven-...

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