Instant Pot BBQ Pork Chops Recipe

Have you heard of the Instant Pot yet? I recently discovered this amazing device that offers up the ability to pressure cook, saute, slow cook and more all in one handy appliance. I bought one off Amazon and I’ve been hooked ever since. It is my go-to for quick and easy dinners in no time. It makes cooking effortless. No really, it’s seriously amazing. It practically has a cult following now.

Quick and easy Instant Pot BBQ pork chops! Make these bone in pork chops dinner recipe in 10 minutes! These are fall off the bone tender and packed with flavor! Instant pot recipe, pressure cooker recipe for easy dinner ideas!

I am notorious for planning out my weekly meals so my weeknights are organized and as effortless as possible. Every once in awhile though I’ll forget to take meat out of the freezer and I’ll have to work on the fly. Tonight we were supposed to be having BBQ ribs for dinner but I couldn’t find them in my overly stuffed freezer. I found bone in pork chops instead and set those out to thaw. I knew I could make them amazing with my Instant Pot but I couldn’t find a recipe for Instant Pot BBQ pork chops anywhere online!!! I knew I had to experiment and I wasn’t expecting amazing results.

Much to my surprise and delight my pork chops turned out absolutely amazing!! They were fall off the bone tender and packed full of flavor. They were easily the most moist pork chops I have EVER eaten. With that in mind I knew I better share this amazing Instant Pot BBQ pork chops recipe ASAP! I can’t be the only one struggling to find an amazing Instant Pot BBQ pork chops recipe!

Quick and easy Instant Pot BBQ pork chops! Make these bone in pork chops dinner recipe in 10 minutes! These are fall off the bone tender and packed with flavor! Instant pot recipe, pressure cooker recipe for easy dinner ideas!

First I took 4 (mostly) thawed bone in pork chops and seasoned them with Rub Some Butt BBQ Seasoning. I set my Instant Pot to saute and added 2 Tbsp olive oil and let it get hot. I then browned the pork chops on both sides, one at a time.

Once all pork chops are browned, remove final pork chop from pot and set aside. Add 1 1/2 cups chicken broth and scrape the bottom of the pot with a wooden spoon to deglaze your pot. Add the browned pork chops back to the Instant Pot. Add a squirt of your favorite BBQ sauce to the pot, but don’t add much. This just adds in some flavor while they cook. I used Sweet Baby Ray’s Sweet ‘N Spicy BBQ sauce.

Now turn off the Instant Pot to stop the saute function and then choose manual. Set it to 10 minutes. Ensure your pressure valve is set to “sealing”. Now sit back and wait while your pork chops are cooked to falling apart perfection!

Once the Instant Pot completes the 10 minutes turn it off and allow it to naturally release pressure for 10 minutes. Then if you are in a hurry you can quick release any remaining pressure. Transfer the pork chops to a baking sheet and baste them in BBQ sauce. Place them under the broiler on high for 2-3 minutes until BBQ sauce gets caramelized and bubbly. Serve immediately and enjoy!

Quick and easy Instant Pot BBQ pork chops! Make these bone in pork chops dinner recipe in 10 minutes! These are fall off the bone tender and packed with flavor! Instant pot recipe, pressure cooker recipe for easy dinner ideas!

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Instant Pot BBQ Pork Chops Recipe

Quick and easy Instant Pot pork chops recipe that delivers moist, tender pork chops that are packed with flavor!

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Ingredients

  • 4 bone-in pork chops
  • 2 Tbsp olive oil
  • Rub Some Butt BBQ Seasoning, or your favorite pork seasoning
  • Sweet Baby Ray's Sweet 'N Spicy BBQ Sauce or your favorite BBQ sauce
  • 1 1/2 cups chicken broth

Instructions

  1. Season both sides of pork chop with your favorite pork seasoning (I use "Rub Some Butt BBQ Seasoning).
  2. Turn Instant Pot pressure cooker to "Saute" option and add olive oil. Allow to get hot and then brown your pork chops on both sides, working them one at a time and removing them to a pan.
  3. Once all pork chops have been browned add in chicken broth to pot. Use a wooden spoon to scrape the bits off the bottom of the pan.
  4. Add pork chops back into pot on top of the instant pot trivet, with chicken broth. Add a squirt (2 Tbsp or so) of BBQ sauce into the pot.
  5. Place lid on and set the Instant Pot to "Manual" 10 minutes. Allow pressure cooker to count down and finish cooking, then turn it off. Allow pressure to naturally release. After ten minutes you may release any remaining pressure and remove lid.
  6. Remove pork chops and place them on a baking sheet. Baste with BBQ sauce and place under oven broiler on high for 2-3 minutes until caramelized and bubbly. Serve immediately.
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Comments

  1. These look amazing!
    Thanks for sharing this week at the Merry Monday link party!
    We hope to see you again next week!
    Kate | TheOrganizedDream.com

  2. Julie Wood says:

    This is such and easy recipe and your Pork Chops turned out amazing. I bet they tasted good. I need an instant pot to make this recipe!

  3. shelly peterson says:

    My family loves pork chops and these look super delicious!

  4. Do you need to put the chops on a rack to cook?

  5. Sounds delish! I am completely new to the IP craze! You mention “mostly thawed” chops. Do you think the cooking time would be different if they were frozen? Thank you!!!

  6. These look yummy! How would you adjust the time if you had boneless chops? Thank you!

  7. What if I only have 2 boneless chops? How would I alter the time in the pot? Thanks!

  8. How thick were your chops?

  9. What do you think for time if I had 8 chops? I’m super new to this instant pot stuff, but the hubby wanted pork chops for dinner tonight!

  10. Jesse Yoder says:

    I had 6 about 1/2 inch, thawed pork chops and followed the instructions exactly. Much to my disappointment, they were so tough and chewy we could hardly eat them. It seems they were way over cooked!!

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