This is a rather simple recipe, and though I would normally do things from scratch, this one... I cheated on... But it turned out well, so I felt it deserved to be mentioned here as one of the recipes.
3-4 Boneless Pork Chops
1 3/4 Cups of water
1 Package of your favorite dry gravy mix (I used McCormick Pork Gravy Mix)
2 TBSP Butter or Margarine
1 TSP black pepper
1/2 cup chopped yellow onion
1 clove of finely diced garlic
1/4 TSP Parsley
1 TBSP Worcestershire Sauce
1: Set aside pork chops. Place a deep skillet on the stove, and add all ingredients except the pork chops and Worcestershire Sauce. Mix well and heat to just barely boiling.
2: Gently place the pork chops into the boiling gravy mixture. Cover and reduce heat slightly, and allow the chops to simmer in the boiling mixture for roughly 20 minutes, flipping the meat every 4-6 minutes.
3: With 5 minutes left in the cooking time, coat the top of the pork chops with the Worcestershire Sauce. Reduce heat to a gentle simmer, but remain covered.
4: Remove pork chops from the skillet, and drizzle the remaining gravy mixture over the boneless chops. Serve and enjoy.
Now, I would suggest serving this with mashed potatoes or even on a bed of rice, but that is up to you. This allows you to use the gravy as a way to bring the entire dish together as one.