Ranch Pork Chops with Green Beans and Potatoes is seasoned perfectly and combined with softly baked baby red potatoes and fresh green beans. If you love pork chop recipes, make sure to check out these browned butter pork chops and mushrooms!
Ranch Pork Chops
This is a quick, easy, and delicious way to get dinner on the table fast! The pork chops and vegetables cook together in one pan so that everything is ready at the same time and stays hot when ready to serve. By using the ranch seasoning, an ordinary meal transforms from bland to completely scrumptious.
One-pan meals are rising in popularity these days. I think I might know why. I love throwing everything into one pan and having it all cook at once. The clean-up is so easy! If you are anything like me, you need little magic potions like this recipe to keep some sanity in your world. One-pan meals are like a secret weapon when you have a busy hectic household!
How to Cook Ranch Pork Chops
Pork Chops are relatively simple to cook, but arming yourself with a few basic tips will ensure your success:
Starting with a room-temperature chop is a great way to ensure that they cook perfectly. You can leave them on the counter for 30 minutes (up to 2 hours) to ensure that the chop is not cold throughout.
It is important to make sure that your pork reaches an internal temperature of 145°F. Using a meat thermometer is a great idea when cooking with pork as you do not want to overcook it. Overcooked pork chops are tough and dry.
Another thing to consider when cooking pork chops is the cut of meat you choose. This recipe uses boneless but can also work well with bone-in chops. A bone-in chop can provide substantial flavor as well as cooking more evenly. When testing the meat temperature just be sure to not touch the thermometer to the bone to ensure an accurate reading.
Remember to let your chops rest for a few minutes before serving! You want to make sure all of that beautiful moisture and flavor stays inside your perfectly cooked pork chops.
More Pork Recipes
Ranch Pork Chops with Green Beans and Potatoes
- 4 bone-in pork chops, 3/4-inch to 1-inch thick
- 16 ounces baby red potatoes, halved
- 16 ounces green beans, frozen
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 1 package dry ranch seasoning
- 3 cloves garlic, minced
- 2 tablespoons fresh parsley leaves, chopped
- Pre-heat oven to 400°F and line a large baking sheet with parchment paper.
- Place the chops, potatoes, and green beans in a single layer on the baking sheet. Drizzle with olive oil.
- In a small bowl, stir together the ranch seasoning mix and garlic. Sprinkle over the pork and vegetables.
- Bake for 22 to 24 minutes, rotating after 10 minutes until the thickest part reaches 145°F with a meat thermometer. Place under the broiler for a few minutes to add some color.
- Sprinkle on the chopped parsley to garnish. (or sprinkle with parmesan!) Serve hot.
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Looked easy but all ingredients cooked at different speeds. Created more work separating them so part could broil while rest kept warm. Parchment paper caught fire.
After reading some of these comments… There just are no words.. unbelievable..
Are you stupid? Rotate the pan Turn it in the opposite direction. Or just rotate the entire stove/ even! 🤣🤯🤗
Ha Ha Ha
Jim, you are an ass…a stupid ass I might add.
I don’t have any fresh or frozen green beans but could I use canned green beans instead? I’d probably need to add them only after turning the chops over half way through cooking to prevent overcooking them, but I’m a shut in and rarely can get out to shop due to mobility issues except maybe once a month.
Otherwise, I have everything else I need and am really keen to try this and have leftovers for later, too.
Thank you for your site, recipes and any help you can provide me.
What do you mean by rotating after 10 minutes? Flip them or move them around the tray?
I have the same question, they are in the oven now so I guess I’ll find out?!
Hi I was,wondering if you could use ranch dressing in place of the hidden valley ranch seasoning packet?
My family loved it! However, the pork chops and potatoes took longer to cook – more like 45 minutes. I used fresh green beans. Just didn’t add them until the last 15 minutes. Will definitely make again. Thank you!
Pork chops were hard to chew and hard to cut after 24 minutes. Needed to be cooked again.
I’m going to try it with fresh green beans tonight. I’ll let you know.
You could easily substitute asparagus for the green beans. It would be delicious.
Has then been tried with Asparagus instead of green beans ?? 😊
I would think that would work fine
If you freeze your fresh green beans i would think you would have frozen green beans…..
Looks delicious! Is it possible to use fresh green beans for this recipe? Would really like to try it, so I’d love to know! 🙂 Thanks!
I guess, if the recipe calls for frozen green beans you take your fresh ones n freeze them,then you would have frozen green beans….
You should blanch them first. Frozen vegetables are usually blanched before freezing.
Put the fresh green beans in boiling water for about 3 to 4 minutes, then drain and add them to the sheet pan. They will taste better for sure.
Why not? You wouldn’t have to freeze them first. That would just be silly!
What could you use instead of ranch
I’ve used this recipe with chicken breast too and used Italian dressing seasoning packets.
They said fresh green beans in the first paragraph.