Several weeks ago I got a great deal on pork tenderloin at Kroger. It was pre-sliced so I easily was able to portion it out into Ziploc bags and freeze them. Here is a recipe I recently came up with and we loved it. I made this in my slowcooker but you could easily do the same thing in the oven or even on the grill.
4 pork chops or boneless tenderloin
1 medium onion, sliced
1/2 cup ketchup
1/2 cup chili sauce
1/4 cup soy sauce
2 Tablespoons brown sugar
2 large potatoes, peeled and quartered
Old Bay Seasoning
Place the meat in the bottom of your slow cooler, or pan if you are baking them. Cover with the onion slices. I was using my smaller crockpot so I had to layer the pork chops on top of each other.
In a mixing bowl mix together the ketchup, Chili sauce, soy sauce, and brown sugar. Pour the mixture over the meat. Because my meat was layered I lifted up the top pieces and poured sauce on the bottom pieces of meat then over the top ones.
I then added the potatoes that I had peeled and quartered. I only used two large potatoes but you could use more depending on how many mouths you’re feeding. After adding the potatoes I sprinkled them with Old Bay Seasoning (or in this case the Kroger version).
The thickness of the pork chops will determine how long these need to cook. I cooked them on low and had my husband turned off the crockpot when he was supposed to after 4 hours they would have been perfect. But I was at work and he forgot to turn them off so they cooked a little too long, to the point that they were falling apart. But they were still delicious. The sauce kept them from drieing out and they were great the next day as leftovers to make pulled pork sandwiches!