Pork Chops with Brown Gravy

Pork Chops w/brown gravy
Pork Chops w/brown gravy

What makes an Asian Momma make such an Americanized pork chop recipe, well the sauce has a little soy sauce and Asians we also love Worcestershire sauce. It is an easy pork chop recipe and it is delicious. It requires two cooking methods a nice sear on each side and finish the cooking in the oven. Internal temperature of pork chops should reach 145 for pink in the middle, which is fine. However, I prefer pork chops reaching internal temperature of 152 because I like it more medium. Keep a timer on for the baking process so you do not over bake the pork chops.


Pork chops

3 -4 pack of bone in pork chops (like them nicely cut)

1/2 cup all purpose flour

Salt, black pepper and Lawry’s season salt

cooking oil

Brown Gravy Ingredients

3 Tbsp of cold butter

onions sliced

white button mushrooms 9 cleaned and sliced

1 Tbsp of Flour

1 can of chicken stock

1 tsp of soy sauce

2 tsp of Worcestershire sauce


2 dashes of salt and pepper

Directions Preheat oven to 350 degrees

  • measure some all purpose flour into a bowl, set the pork chops onto a plate and season each side with salt, black pepper and lawry’s season salt
  • Set a skillet or non-stick frying pan onto the the burner and heat it up to medium high heat. Let it get hot, then add some cooking oil.
  • Taking the seasoned pork chops dust it with a little flour, place into the pan.  You want to sear both sides of the pork chops. This takes about 2 minutes on each side. Add cooking oil as you need to get a nice brown. Have a baking dish out to lay the pork chops into.
  • After the pork chops are all seared and laid into the baking dish, it’s time to make gravy.
  • In the same pan keep the heat at medium high, add cold butter. As it melts add the sliced onions and mushrooms and add salt and pepper.
  • sprinkle some flour and stir the onions and mushrooms. When the onions and mushrooms are partly cooked, add about 1 cup of chicken broth, some soy sauce and Worcestershire sauce. You are looking for a brown gravy color. Taste the gravy before you add more seasoning.
  • The gravy is done when it has thicken. Turn off the heat and pour over the pork chops and bake it for about 15-17 minutes. Use a timer and a thermometer to check the doneness.
  • garnish the pork chops with some fresh chopped parsley and enjoy with some veggies and potatoes or cooked rice.