Crock Pot Thick Cut Pork Chops

Here’s one that takes no time at all to prepare and you’ll have a great tasting meal at the end of the day. I picked up a couple of thick cut, bone-in, pork chops from my local butcher. They were about two inches thick and more than one pound each, the kind you would use to make stuffed pork chops. Place them in your crock pot, on low. Then pour a half cup of spicy (or original) yakitori sauce over them, close the lid, and come back in 6-8 hours. You’ll see how wonderful they come out in the pictures below. Being that this cut of pork is a little leaner, I shredded the chops (they were fork-tender and fell apart) and drizzled the sauce from the crock pot over it, making it moist and flavorful.

Thick cut pork chop slow cooked in Obaachan Sauce Company yakitori sauce

Thick cut pork chop slow cooked in Obaachan Sauce Company yakitori sauce

Here is how I served the thick cut pork chops. Shredded and drizzled with the spicy yakitori sauce from the crock pot.

Here is how I served the thick cut pork chops. Shredded and drizzled with the spicy yakitori sauce from the crock pot.