Coca Cola Pork Chops

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Coca Cola Pork ChopsHere is a super easy and simple dish for dinner and it takes little to no work, which I LOVE!

The fun dish is perfect for Father’s day or any Sunday dinner. The whole family will love it (especially when they find out the secret ingredient!)

You will get moist and delicious pork chops with this recipe. Know anything else that would be good to add to it? Let me know below!

Coca Cola Pork Chops

What you’ll need:

4 pack of boneless or bone-in pork chops
1 tbs. oil
1 cup Coca Cola
1 cups of Ketchup
Salt and Pepper to taste


1. Using a skillet (or your stove) brown both sides of pork chops in oil, salt and Pepper them to taste
2. Mix together  coca cola and  ketchup.
3. Pour your mixture into the skillet and cover your chops.
4. Cook them in your skillet covered with the lid over medium for about 10 minutes or until fully cooked (will depend on thickness.)
5. If sauce is too thin, remove chops and set aside, then reduce sauce to desired thickness.
6. Serve sauce over pork chops

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  1. Erica says

    I followed the recipe and mine did not look like the picture. I was hoping the sauce would be thicker but it was very soupy. The pork chops were still good but tasted lick pork chops. Not sure if I did something wrong or what.

  2. Gina says

    Tried this recipe tonight and my husband and I both said it was good, but needed something. I salted and peppered the chops before I browned them and didn’t salt and pepper the sauce. Next time I might let the chops marinate in the sauce for and hour or so. I might play with some seasonings to add to the sauce too. Maybe seasoning salt, garlic and onion.

    • Traynedra says

      yea i bet marinating will help the flavor as well as adding more seasoning… I’m gonna try this soon

  3. Vicki says

    This is similar to a recipe I use for Roast Beef. That one calls for brown sugar, coca cola, one packet of onion soup mix, and chili sauce. I use ketchup and chili powder in place of the Chili Sauce, with excellent results. I have also started omitting most of the brown sugar..just using a dusting instead of 1/4 cup. I would do this same treatment with pork chops, and I bet it would have enough zip for the spicy-food lovers in my family. Dr Pepper or Coca Cola would be interchangeable.

  4. Kristin says

    I added brown sugar and dry garlic sauce and it really punched this up. Made it taste like a really yummy rib sauce.

  5. says

    I’ve made coca cola chicken breasts, but not chops. I bet they taste fabulous and they looks AH-mazing!! I can’t wait to try these. Pinning Thank you for linking up with #FoodieFridays this week!

  6. says

    This looks so good that my mouth is watering! Pinned and tweeted. We appreciate you taking the time to stop by our party. We love partying with you! I hope to see you on Monday at 7 pm. Happy Saturday! Lou Lou Girls

  7. says

    Fantastic Recipe! We all loved this dish so much at Munching Mondays and are featuring it this week :-) Thanks so much for sharing and please make sure to stop by and share some more. Warmest, Nic

  8. says

    I made this, but I used a liberal amount of garlic and onion powders, some dried mustard, and about 4 Tbsp. of brown sugar. I also cooked the chops UNCOVERED in the sauce so as not to build up moisture and allow the sauce to thicken more.

  9. says

    Correction again, I took the lid back off. I took the pork chops out so as not to over cook them, and I just let the sauce reduce down. It thickened up more, and then even more upon standing. It’s kind of like Heinz 57 sauce. It’s good.

    • jlpenner says

      It’s not an electric skillet, just one for the stovetop. But I’m sure you could try it in the oven or slow cooker. Not sure what temp, though.

  10. Katie says

    My family makes these, but a little differently. We have always lined a baking dish with aluminum foil, placed pork chops in dish, pour coke and ketchup on top, sprinkle with brown sugar and throw in the oven. They are so good!

  11. Grace says

    I did this recipe and it was really good! I added some onions in the skillet before the porks chips and was thinking about adding some orange juice or peaches, maybe next time

      • says

        Made recipe several times with only variation dr. pepper. Wasn,’t happy with ketchup. Made it with a pt. of our home canned paste tomatoes. added 1 tsp. brown sugar, garlic and onion powder and Babunya’s seasoning and pureed. put in pot and simmered while chops cooked. poured on chops when done, simmered awhile then pored sauce on spaghetti .Loved it.

  12. Autumn says

    I tasted the sauce before cooking and thought it needed something so I added in some brown sugar and garlic powder. My husband and I really loved it!

  13. Debbie says

    I’ve been making this for years with pork, cube steak and chicken. Always a hit with the entire family, no matter what I put it on


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