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Pork chops are always a family favorite, but when life gets hectic, it can be hard to find the time to make them. Well, now you can let the slow cooker do the work for you! You'll get your favorite flavors of Italy, right in your own kitchen. Our Slow-Cooked Tuscan Pork Chops are perfect for easy pork chop recipe for everyday life.
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Jun 17, 2018
The wonderful thing about orzo (pasta) is that you can often substitute it for rice as a side dish or in soups. This is an authentic Italian dish. These pork chops are full of flavor! The zucchini makes the meal complete. Thank you Mr. Food Test Kitchen for another great recipe! Rachel
Dec 14, 2017
But looks delicious.
Jul 05, 2017
This is a wonderful comfort food recipe!
Jan 31, 2017
Loved it! The pork chops were so tender, they fell off the bone!
Oct 22, 2015
If the orzo is left out, this dish should not be such a high carb meal. I haven't prepared it yet but plan on making it for my husband who is a diabetic and strictly watches his carbs. To me the carbs come from the vegetables and are not starchy carbohydrates which is why I am considering it for my husband, with the orzo left out.
Test Kitchen Team
Oct 23, 2015
Hello! - You can see the nutrition breakdown in the link titled "Detailed Nutritional Information" in the Nutritional Information box. The majority of the carbs for this recipe do come from the orzo. We hope you and your husband are able to enjoy this meal!
Mar 11, 2015
I would not consider this diabetic friendly due to the high carb count. Low carb is essential to diabetic control. This sounds delicious but I will not try it because of the high carb count.
Test Kitchen Team
Mar 13, 2015
Hello! - We're sorry that this recipe does not meet your nutritional needs. We follow the American Diabetes Association's guidelines when we develop our diabetic-friendly recipes. According to the ADA a full meal should be under 60g of carbs. Of course, every person is different and should follow the recommendations provided by their doctor or a specialist. You may need fewer or more carbs per meal. We hope this helps! For more information, please visit http://www.diabetes.org/. Thank you for your comment!
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