How to Make Tender Pork Chops

Updated February 21, 2017

If you enjoy pork chops, you probably really enjoy when they turn out tender, but it can be tough getting them just right. Here is a great way to make tender pork chops that you can enjoy every time you make them--and they're very quick and easy to make, too!

Preheat the oven to 176 degrees C.

Sauté the pork chops in oil over medium heat until they are slightly brown.

Put the pork chops in the roasting pan and sprinkle the onion and chicken bouillon cube on top of the chops.

Pour cold water over the chops, put the lid on and cook in the oven for 1 hour.


If you are using pork chops on the thinner side, you might want to either add extra water or cook them at a lesser time. (Cooking them too long will make them tough)


This article is not guaranteed to work for everyone, use at your own risk!

Things You'll Need

  • 6 centre cut pork chops (thawed)\n1 diced onion\n1 crushed chicken bouillon cube\n1 cup cold water\n2 tbs. oil (whatever kind you like the most)\nRoasting pan with a lid
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Megan Shannon resides in Arkansas and has been freelance writing since 2006. Her goal is to build her experience and finds great success doing so working at Demand Studios. Since working at Demand, Shannon has increased her knowledge in various topics, but her favorite topic is health.