How to Make Slow Cooker Beer-Braised Pork Chops: In the Kitchen with David Venable


The best pork chops are bone in, cooked until
just tender and brown to enhance flavor. Now in restaurants, a chef will use a delicate
balance between stove top and oven for their port chops, but today I’m going to show
you how to make moist, delicious and flavorful chops in your slow cooker. We use 12 ounces
of beer in this recipe and that’s plenty of liquid here. Now during the slow cooking
process, all of that steam will build up under the lid making these pork chops super moist.
Try this recipe with my slow cooker scalloped potatoes or slow cooker cran-applesauce, which
can be made ahead to save time. Just go over to qvc.com and search David’s Recipes.

One comment on “How to Make Slow Cooker Beer-Braised Pork Chops: In the Kitchen with David Venable”

  1. Sam Martinez says:

    Does type of beer really only matter on what flavors you are going for? I have a garlic herb marinated tenderloin and I am thinking about adding some beer to it but don't know whether to get a lager, a brown ale, something darker like a Porter, or something else.

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