Smothered Pork Strips with Noodles

What a great meal for the colder weather huh?!   Using pork chops in more creative ways makes for a tasty meal.  This is also a healthier option as opposed to fried pork chops.   I could even see this made as a spicier version.  Maybe some chili powder??  Mmmmm!  Enjoy y’all!


  • 2 tablespoons cornstarch
  • 1 can (14 1/2 ounces)  Beef Broth
  • 1 tablespoon packed brown sugar
  • Vegetable cooking spray
  • 4 boneless pork chops sliced into strips
  • 1 cup sliced onion ( about 1 medium )
  • 6 cups hot cooked wide egg noodles (about 6 cups dry)
  • Salt and Pepper to taste


In small bowl mix cornstarch, broth and brown sugar until smooth.  Set aside.  Spray skillet with cooking spray and heat over medium-high heat 1 minute. (or use small amount of oil)  Add the sliced pork chops and cook 10 minutes or until browned.  Remove sliced pork and set aside.  Put the sliced onion in same skillet and cook until translucent and just browned.  Add the cornstarch mixture to the onions.  Cook until mixture boils and thickens, stirring constantly. (if too thick add a little water)  Return sliced pork to pan.  Reduce heat to low.  Cover and cook 5 minutes or until chops are are no longer pink.  Serve over noodles.



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Smothered Pork Chops over Noodles

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    Alli says

    That looks yummy! I know my husband and 5 year old would love it.

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    trisha says

    I am forever looking for a good pork recipe! This one is SOLD!


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    Ohhh, my husband would LOVE this!! Thanks for sharing it- we will try it out this weekend!!!

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    Lisa says

    That looks awesome, I’m always looking for a new recipes to change things up around here. Will have to try this one out!

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    Kristie says

    I really need to make this, it looks amazing and I know my husband would LOVE it!

    Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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    I think my family would love this! I’m not a huge pork fan myself (though I do love me some Bacon), but my family LOVES pork! Thanks for the great recipes.

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    Brandi says

    That looks great, and super easy! I’ll have to try that seeing as I have the ingredients in my fridge right now!

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    Brandy says

    Ok that looks DELICIOUS!!!

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    nicole says

    My husband would be all over this like white on rice!! I will have to try it.

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    Cat says

    I like how simply the recipe is. These days so many recipes have flavors and spices flying all over the place.

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    Trisha says

    It makes me hungry just looking at it!

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    Cheryl says

    Wow!!! I think I’m going to have to try this tonight! YUM!!! Although, my husband is afraid of onions. :p

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    Amanda says

    That kinda looks like Stroganoff in our house only with pork. My kids would love this since they’re not beef fans, but like pork. Thanks for the recipe.

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    Zippy says

    YUM – what time’s dinner? I’m coming over.

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    kate says

    My family will love this! Mmmm, now I’m hungry!

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    Heather says

    looks great! I love egg noodles so I’m excited to try this out. Mmmm!

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    Dee says

    Looks great! Would have noever thought to prepare pork chops that way.

  20. 20

    we are so trying this one. I have a hard time finding good pork recipes and this one looks so yummy.

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    Jammie says

    That looks so yummy. We usually do something similar but with beef.

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    Kasandria says

    You know this may be silly, but I honestly have never thought about using cut up pork like that! You totally gave me dinner this week. Thank you!!!

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    Courtney says

    Ooooh that looks so delicious! Looks like comfort food! :D

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    Wow, I have done similar using up leftovers, but never thought of fresh? and I like the addition of brown sugar for just a touch of flavor. We use noodles more than potatoes.. yea, we are weird!

  25. 25

    This is a great way to use up pork chops!

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    TRISH says

    This looks wonderful and very simple. Try this in your slow cooker, thickening it the last hour. Also, add some mushrooms and a garlic clove. If you want a creamy sauce, add some cream cheese or sour cream just before serving. (I use reduced fat neufchatel cheese and sour cream).

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    Natalie says

    Big hit at our house! Added some baby bellas and oyster mushrooms I had on hand and they werw yummy!