pork chop stew

pork chop stew

Grill extra pork chops, just to have leftovers for this pork chop stew! Super tender and tasty! Always better second time around!

Food Leftovers

Food leftovers can be better than the original food. And, that’s the case with these grilled pork chops. 

Leftover grilled meat has lots of possibilities. Get ready for super tasty!

Pork Stew

By using leftover grilled pork chops to make this pork stew, we’re getting another layer of flavor. Yes, we’ll be tasting the hints of those grill marks in this stew. 

How to Cook Pork Stew Meat on Stove

If you’ve wondering how to cook pork stew meat on the stove, well, it’s super convenient. Yes, you could do this recipe in slow cooker, crock pot or multi-cooker, but there’s nothing more like Grandma’s kitchen than pulling out a big pot and using your stove. 

Cooking is not ‘just cooking’. Cooking is a way to honor those you love and those with whom you’ll be breaking bread. 

Pork Chop Stew Slow Cooker

If you want to step away from the kitchen for a while and not worry, then, for sure pork chop stew in the slow cooker is the way to go. Since the pork is cooked, you want to further tenderize those chunks that you’ve cut up to make them fork tender. Slow cooking can do this. I’d set my slow cooker (low) for about 4 to 6 hours. 

Dutch Oven Pots

Now I love Dutch oven pots. And, these pots are nothing more than a heavy cast iron pot that has an almost airtight lid. Heat is pretty much evenly distributed. And, you can use them at home in a variety of ways. But, don’t forget that they’re perfect for camping, too!

Dutch Oven Camping Recipe

If you’re a camper like we are, you’re always looking for yet easy delicious Dutch oven camping recipe! This pork chop stew is perfect for camping! You can grill the chops ahead of time, put them in your cooler all cut into cubes and then just fill the Dutch oven pot. Put it over the camp fire (not too hot and blazing!) and let it work its magic!

Leftover Pork Recipe

Pork chops off the hot grill are fabulous, but after you taste this leftover pork recipe, you just might make grilled pork chops just for the leftovers! 

Looking for a super delicious and easy white bean chicken chili stew! Look no further!

pork chop stew

pork chop stew

pork chop stew

Yield: 6+ servings


  • Preheat oven to 400
  • 4 to 5 pork chops, boneless, previously grilled or cooked, cut into about 2” cubes
  • 1 sweet onion, medium dice
  • 2 cans (14.5 oz.) chopped tomatoes + 3 cups water
  • ¼ cup sweet spicy chili sauce
  • 2 Tbl. nutritional yeast
  • 1 tsp. sea salt
  • 1 tsp. coarse ground pepper
  • 1 herb bouquet bundle, 2 sprigs rosemary, 2 sprigs fresh oregano, 4-5 sprigs fresh thyme, 4 sprigs fresh parsley, bundled together and tied with cooking twine


  1. Put the pork cubes and onions in a Dutch oven.
  2. Add the tomatoes and water. Add the chili sauce, nutritional yeast and all the salt/pepper. Throw in that herb bundle. Blend together.
  3. Cover with a lid. Cook in a preheated 400 oven for an hour. Turn off heat and let the Dutch oven sit in the oven another 30 minutes. Remove herb bundle and discard.
  4. Remove and ready to eat.
  5. Yes, it's that simple!

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Nutritional Yeast is listed in the ingredients but not in the recipe. Am I missing something?

    1. Hi! No you’re not. I’ve edited that recipe to include it. Thanks for that heads up, luv. Sometimes I get so excited about recipes that I might skip a step! Thanks so much for stopping by, and I hope to see a lot more of you! xoxx ally

  2. Can I use dried herbs? If so, how much?

    1. Yes, for sure, you can use dried herbs. Please 1 tsp. oregano, 1 tsp. thyme, 1/2 tsp. rosemary, 2 tsp. dried parsley. You could also substitute a nice Italian seasoning mixture, say 2 tsp. plus 1 tsp. dried parsley. Let me know, Terry, how it turns out! We loved it! xoxx ally

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