Hawaiian Sweet and Sour Pork Chops


Hawaiian Sweet and Sour Pork Chops


Hawaiian Sweet and Sour Pork Chops
Hawaiian Sweet and Sour Pork Chops

You may not be able to jet off to Hawaii on your lunch break, but you can get pretty close with these Hawaiian Sweet and Sour Pork Chops! These are simple slow cooker pork chops that will inspire dreams of hula dancing and luaus. This recipe has a great balance of sweet and slightly tangy from the use of fresh pineapple. The pork cooks to be insanely tender and the sauce is seriously out-of-this-world. This dish is so jam-packed with flavor that all it needs is a simple side of white rice.

Serves4 People

Preparation Time15 min

Slow Cooker Time HIGH4 hr

Slow Cooker Time LOW6 hr

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I have not been to Hawaii yet but it is on my list. But this way I can feel as if I am there. These pork chops look delicious. The local market always has pork chops on sale. I make a lot of meals in the slow cooker so this is another one that will go on my list. I also love pineapple. Thank you for the recipe.

Would you change the amounts or cooking time when using half-inch portions of pork loin chops? I often use the thicker ones because I have teenage boys that eat a lot of meat. They seem to get more full off the larger chops rather than two small ones even though they are the same amount. They say you eat with your eyes, so maybe.

Hi SissieSass, the blogger recommends adding 45 minutes to an hour of extra cooking time when you use thicker chops. They are done when they can be pulled apart with a fork. I hope that helps! - Natalie, Editor of AllFreeSlowCookerRecipes

I like all these ingredients and will give this recipe a try, as I am looking for new ways to prepare pork, especially in the slow cooker. I might add some sliced red and green peppers for added color and flavor, and hour or so before the end of the cooking time.


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