Smothered Mushroom Onion Pork Ribs

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Smothered Onion and Mushroom Pork Chops plated with cabbage and carrot coleslaw on top

Smothered Mushroom Onion Pork Ribs are made with only 3 ingredients. My family loves these pork ribs and I make them often, especially on nights when I’m short on time. I can throw them in a skillet and dinner is done in about 20 minutes!

Related: Check out another quick and easy 3-Ingredient meal that’s great for busy evenings…3 Ingredient Salsa Chicken.

I use pork loin boneless country-style ribs but I have used thicker butterfly chops in the past. Note: Most pork chop cuts are a little tough and do need to be tenderized with a meat mallet and then marinated in lemon juice or vinegar beforehand unlike the rib meat.

When selecting rib meat cuts, make sure there is a little fat running through the meat but not a ton.

A lot of recipes call for barbecue sauce (which is awesome too!) but we love this creamy mushroom onion sauce. This dish is great served with a side of mashed potatoes with the mushroom onion sauce spooned over top.

Get the quick easy Smothered Mushroom Onion Pork Ribs recipe below.

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Smothered Mushroom Onion Pork Ribs


Main Dish

Prep Time

10 min.

Cook/bake time

25 min.



Here's What You'll Need

A large skillet with a lid
A whisk
A medium size mixing bowl


1- 1.5 Lbs. of pork loin boneless country style ribs
1-1/2 tablespoons of Onion Soup Mix (Lipton)
1 (10.5 ounce can) Cream of Mushroom Soup
1 cup of water


1. In a large skillet brown all sides of the pork ribs in oil.
2. In a medium sized mixing bowl, mix the dry onion soup mix, cream of mushroom soup and water. Use a whisk to blend throughly.
Smothered Onion and Mushroom Pork Chops - simmering
3. Pour the mushroom onion sauce mix over the pork ribs in the skillet.
4. Cover and simmer for about 10-minutes or until cooked thoroughly, For pork without pink, I recommend cooking to an internal temperature of 150°F. Flip pork ribs over half way through.
5. Serve immediately with a little sauce spooned over top.