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One Pan Ranch Pork Chops and Veggies

The easiest 5-ingredient meal EVER! And yes, you just need one pan with 5 min prep. It’s quick, easy and effortless!

One Pan Ranch Pork Chops and Veggies - The easiest 5-ingredient meal EVER! And yes, you just need one pan with 5 min prep. It's quick, easy and effortless!

Yes. It’s the other white meat. Damn Delicious is taking a momentary break from all the chicken recipes and bringing out the pork goodness made on a single sheet pan.

One Pan Ranch Pork Chops and Veggies - The easiest 5-ingredient meal EVER! And yes, you just need one pan with 5 min prep. It's quick, easy and effortless!

And not only does this come together on a single pan with your desired veggies but you only need 5 ingredients! The main ingredient here is of course, the Ranch Seasoning and Salad Dressing Mix. If this product is not available in your country, there are many DIY recipes available online.

But for those of you who have access to this, I would stock up on this seasoning mix because you can really put this on anything and everything.

One Pan Ranch Pork Chops and Veggies - The easiest 5-ingredient meal EVER! And yes, you just need one pan with 5 min prep. It's quick, easy and effortless!

Now all you have to do here is sprinkle on that Ranch seasoning onto your pork chops, toss in your veggies, and pop it in the oven. That is it. Really. It’s just 5 ingredients, 5 min prep and one pan. Done.

One Pan Ranch Pork Chops and Veggies

The easiest 5-ingredient meal EVER! And yes, you just need one pan with 5 min prep. It’s quick, easy and effortless!

5 minutes25 minutes

Ingredients:

  • 4 (8-ounce) pork chops, bone-in, 3/4-inch to 1-inch thick
  • 16 ounces baby red potatoes, halved
  • 16 ounces green beans, trimmed
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 (1-ounce) package Ranch Seasoning and Salad Dressing Mix
  • 3 cloves garlic, minced
  • Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste
  • 2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley leaves

Directions:

  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Lightly oil a baking sheet or coat with nonstick spray.
  2. Place pork chops, potatoes and green beans in a single layer onto the prepared baking sheet. Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle with Ranch Seasoning and garlic; season with salt and pepper, to taste.
  3. Place into oven and roast until the pork is completely cooked through, reaching an internal temperature of 140 degrees F, about 20-22 minutes.* Then broil for 2-3 minutes, or until caramelized and slightly charred.
  4. Serve immediately, garnished with parsley, if desired.

Notes:

*Cooking time will vary depending on the size and thickness of the pork chops and potatoes.

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Nutrition Facts
Serving Size
Servings Per Container 4

Amount Per Serving
Calories 533.3 Calories from Fat 242.1
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 26.9g 41%
Saturated Fat 8.3g 42%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 110.2mg 37%
Sodium 634.5mg 26%
Total Carbohydrate 30.8g 10%
Dietary Fiber 5.1g 20%
Sugars 4.9g
Protein 40.8g 82%

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

 

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139 comments

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    This is seriously an amazing recipe!!! So simple and delicious! I will definitely be making it again!!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    A extremely easy and delicious receipe……highly recommended!!!

  3. Hello. I haven’t made this yet, but plan on making it tonight.  Even though everyone says this is so easy to make, I’m somewhat confused on the directions. In the paragraph on this page that is just before the ingredients list, it says,  “Just throw the ranch dressing mix on your porkchops and then THROW in your veggies…”.  What I’m confused about it that in the actual recipe directions, it says put everything on the pan and drizzle with the olive oil, then sprinkle the ranch dressing and garlic, then the salt and pepper. So, do you put the ranch mix and the garlic and salt and pepper on EVERYTHING or the Ranch on just the porkchops and the rest of the stuff on everything?  Thanks for clarifying for a not-so-good cook.

  4. My second time cooking this I’ve already posted I’m not a real big recipe follower but I do know it just was in the oven for 22 minutes and it’s still not done so I put it back in one 450, it smells great though!!

  5. Rated 4 out of 5

    I’m making this for a second time, it came out good the first time, but I’m confused about the direction to do in a single layer.  It’s not possible, and I have a large pan.  

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    In the midst of COVID-19 crisis, I’m having a work-from-home and get-dinner-ready-in-a-snap crisis of my own. Found this recipe and it truly is #DAMNDELICIOUS! The pork chops were juicy, carmelized to perfection, and so tasty. My veggies turned out great, too, I used carrots, broccoli, and potatoes. The broccoli suffered a bit under the broiler, so I’ll have to re-think that for next time as it was the only ‘green’ I had on hand that everyone agreed to. We’ll be enjoying this again….soon!

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    Easy and freaking BOMB  

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    I used this recipe one night when I was looking for a way to use up some miscellaneous items in my kitchen. I had sweet potatoes so I used those instead, and onion soup mix in place of the ranch. It was DELICIOUS and I will definitely make it again!

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    Made this for my 5 kids tonight! Best pork chops ever! So easy and so delicious!

  10. The flavor was good but the pork chops were so dry . Would covering them help ?

  11. Rated 5 out of 5

    So easy to prep, cook, and clean up. I love the one pan meals. I used Yukon gold potatoes cut into 1/8ths, a handful of chopped up baby carrots and a bag of frozen green beans straight from the freezer. I added 10 minutes to the cook time because my potatoes were cut pretty large. This came out perfectly. Absolutely delicious! 

  12. Could I do a Pork Loin instead of Chops? Also can I use a Crockpot , would I need to put chicken broth in for some juice ?? 

  13. Could you use a pork loin with this recipe, as opposed to chops? thanks!

  14. Rated 5 out of 5

    After reading reviews I decided to buy the frozen home fries and used them with they cook up great with chops Yummy and I used frozen green beans so everything cooked evenly

  15. Rated 5 out of 5

    Could I use broccoli, cauliflower, and carrots instead of the potatoes and green beans? And if so, should I adjust the cooking time or maybe add the veggies halfway through cooking?

    • Hi Brionda! Yes, you can definitely switch out the veggies to your liking. However, please use your best judgement when it comes to adjusting cooking times and other modifications as we haven’t tried this version of the recipe ourselves. Let us know how it goes!

  16. Rated 5 out of 5

    Used 6 pork “end” chops about 1/2″ thick. I seasoned with salt, pepper & garlic salt, but the ranch seasoning packs a ton of flavor so that was probably unnecessary (will skip the “pre-season” the next time I make this). I also skipped the fresh garlic bc I was so tired and just wanted to get this meal done in a hurry. I didn’t have any green beans or potatoes (being Filipino, our go-to carb is white rice 4x a day so that was fine), and i decided to cook my asparagus separately. Baked the chops for about 25 mins (ended up a tad dry so will reduce to 20-22 mins next time) before throwing in the broiler for an additional 2 mins. (Note: don’t forget that when you remove your food from the oven it still cools a little bit more while it’s resting.) End result was beautiful color and an insanely flavorful pork chop! (Note: the single packet of ranch seasoning may seem excessive when your chops are covered with the white dust, but you will definitely want to use the entire packet to achieve the awesome taste!)

  17. Rated 5 out of 5

    I got my pork chops from Aldies and had to cook everything twice as long-except for broiling. It tasted amazing!

  18. Followed the recipe and the pork chops turned out hard as a rock. My recommendation would be to leave it for longer at a much lower temperature 

  19. Rated 1 out of 5

    Unpinned! Should have listened to all the comments about cooking time. I cut the potatoes very small, and still after an 40 minutes of cooking the potatoes were not cooked, and the green beans were to crunchy for my taste. I removed the pork chops before they were cremated, and returned the potatoes to the oven for another 20 min. Totally disappointed.

    • Jan, I’m sorry this recipe did not turn out the way you had imagined. However, potatoes should not take an hour to cook through unless you are baking whole potatoes. It may be best to invest in an in-oven thermometer to ensure that your oven is calibrated.

  20. Always wondered…how do you season raw meat “to taste”?  

  21. Delicious and so Southern. 

  22. Wow! That recipe was so easy, affordable, extremely delicious and appealing to the eyes.

  23. Found a great price on fresh green beans and finally tried this…used Kraft ranch mix (that’s all my grocery had available), and bone in chops which were pretty thin cut (half inch?). I skipped the fresh garlic but added additional salt, pepper, and garlic powder. Halved my baby red potatoes, and tossed everything in a large bowl so it was seasoned on all sides rather than only being sprinkled on top. 

    Accidentally had my oven at 350 at first … upped it to 450 eventually and just kept an eye on stuff …. turned out great, especially the green beans which even got a little charred on the ends which were sticking up and gave it great flavor 

    Very picky boyfriend loved this. Thanks for the inspiration! 

  24. I made the pork chops with ranch dressing and green beans and potatoes. My boyfriend said that he could taste all of the different spices. He loved this meal. Thank you for such a GREAT easy to follow recipe. I will make this again.

  25. Just discovered this recipe recently and my family loves it, my husband has been asking for it to be a weekly meal. It suits me fine, after a long day at work cooking a meal like this is just perfect.

  26. Soooo good and super easy. Can’t wait to try it again!

  27. This was so delicious and amazing! I used frozen sweet potato chunks from the Schwan’s man in place of the potatoes, and frozen steam fresh green beans since they are out of season, partially cooked in the micro, and it turned out soooooo Good! I think I’ll have to make this a least once a week….

  28. Hey there! This dish was so yummy! I used thin cut boneless pork chops with large red potatoes. I cut each potato in 4 quarters and boiled them for about 5 minutes or so and I cooked the boneless pork chops on 450 for 15 minutes and they turned out perfect!! If you have a different cut pork chop than what she used, look up which cut you have in another roasted pork chop recipe and boom, you have your answer. The internet has ALL the answers!

  29. I made it as per the instructions and it turned out super yummy, I just halved the recipe. Five minutes of prep.  I had really small baby potatoes so they were cooked in 22 minutes.

  30. Can I use ranch salad dressing instead ?

  31. I’m a college student and this recipe was SO great for me. It was almost impossible for me to mess it up and my boyfriend loved it. Thank you for easy meals like this one they are a simple way for me to figure out cooking in my own apartment!! 

  32. This was wonderful! Only change I made was to add some Tuscan seasoning I had on hand. Oh, and too…I forgot to do the EVO, but it still turned out excellent. Also…mine took longer to bake than the 20 minutes. I would estimate more like 40-45 minutes. I love “easy” recipes and this couldn’t have been easier. Thanks!

  33. What about trying this in a crockpot?  Ideas on how long it would take???

    • It is very difficult to give exact conversion information to translate a traditional stovetop recipe to be used in a slow cooker without further recipe testing. However, here is an article worth checking out on a possible conversion guide. Hope that helps!

  34. This was excellent! I had a family pack of porkchops so I upped the amount of veggies. I roasted in a 2″ deep pan, too (didn’t want overflowing!). I use ranch mix from a bulk container so I estimated how much I needed, and probably could have used a little more. I also cooked for an hour and flipped the chops halfway through.

  35. I made this recipe last night and it was delicious! Will be making it again for sure, however will have to cut the red potatoes smaller next time, they took a little longer to cook than I thought. Overall great recipe, pork was tender and juicy, not dry at all. 
    Thank you for the great recipe! 

  36. I did 2o minutes at 350 and 20 more at 450 and that’s what worked for me. I must say people – every oven is different. Sometimes chops are bigger or smaller so recipes always have to be adjusted to what works!!!  This is the 2nd time I’ve used this recipe (2nd time I only had potatoes and the 1st time I only had green beans) but it’s a wonderful easy tasty recipe. 

  37. I made them like the recipe they were awesome.  My Dad  is a diabetic so I’m going to make them with sweet potatoes instead of red potatoes. 🙂

  38. Has anyone tried to freeze this meal ahead? I know it’s simple but sounds wonderful as a frozen new mom meal or bereavement etc. What needs to be adjusted if so?

  39. Are you using frozen green beans, canned green beans drained or fresh green beans? I know fresh would take a lot longer to cook.

  40. Can you use frozen veggies in this recipe???

    • I recommend using fresh vegetables but as always, please use your best judgment regarding substitutions and modifications.

  41. I’m going to try this tonight but I will be using up some fresh asparagus….stay tuned!

  42. What a great easy yummy meal! Used carrots, potatoes& quartered onions. I believe the trick is keeping the chops not too thick.

  43. I made this for dinner tonight, and it turned out fantastic! I’ll definitely be using it again… I used a Hidden Valley Fiesta Ranch (for a little extra flavor), and it turned out great!

  44. This is a weekly staple at our house, absolutely delicious!!

  45. Thanks so much for the great recipe! It’s in the oven right now for dinner tonight! 🙂

  46. Wonderful recipe!! Instead of potatoes I used cauliflower And used a homemade version of the ranch dressing mix. Very easy and the pork was still juicy even though I used boneless. Family loved it!   

  47. I have also used carrots!

  48. What if I don’t have potatoes? What can i use instead? 

    • You can substitute another kind of vegetable but cooking time will have to be adjusted accordingly. As always, please use your best judgment regarding substitutions to suit your preferences.

  49. Super easy & delish! I used what I had on hand, a ranch dip packet & carrots, instead of the dressing pack & green beans. Also used a casserole dish & covered w/ foil.  Def can’t wait to try again, w/ the green beans.  My family (super picky 2yo) ate every bite!  Thanks Chungah for the one dish recipe!

  50. I was thinking of making this meal for dinner tomorrow night, for my family. My worry is that the recipe serves 4 people and my family has 5 people. I really don’t want to double the recipe because of the price of 8 pork chops (espically knowing that they all probably won’t be eaten). Is there anyway I can alter the recipe to serve 5 or 6 people? Thanks! This recipe looks so delicious!

  51. Made tonight! So easy and delish! Thanks so much! 

  52. I’m excited to try this recipe, however, my oven does not have a “broil” setting…suggestions?

  53. This was my first time cooking pork so I was nervous. It turned out great and was a simple recipe I couldn’t really mess up! Thanks!

  54. Hi. Was wondering if you’ve ever tried Hidden Valley ‘buttermilk recipe’ with this? It’s what I have on hand, do you think it’ll work with this recipe?

    • I actually haven’t – sorry! But there are many easy peasy DIY Ranch Seasoning and Salad Dressing Mix recipes available online.

  55. I think it would be better to bake it covered. Can’t imagine a pork chop turning out tender in this recipe. My potatoes were an inch and my oven temp is perfect. 

  56. I was very disappointed. Took a least 45 minutes and I cut my potatoes small. The pork chop were very dry. 
    Won’t be cooking it again

    • Thank you for your feedback. But instead of blaming the recipe, it is important to remember that many factors are at play here that may result in a failed outcome. I only share recipes that have been successful and well-tested in my own kitchen, but I understand that failures and mishaps can happen. But with a little bit more information, we can troubleshoot what went wrong to have a successful turnaround next time.

      Now it seems that your potatoes may still be too large – it takes a WHOLE baked potato to cook through in 45 min – 1 hour. I recommend trying to cut your potatoes even smaller. The smaller the better! If not, you can cook the potatoes separately so that the pork chops are not overcooked.

  57. I’m making this tonight!! So excited 🙂

  58. I’ve made this twice and we loved it. The pork chops were so tender and juicy. I loved the one pan clean up and less than 30 minute meal. Tonight we are have the recipe with chicken thighs. Thank you for the wonderful recipes. 

  59. thank god for pinterest! i found this recipe there and tried it tonight and everyone LOVED it (even the boy child of mine that hates ranch) lol

  60. Looks and sounds delicious, I pinned this, thank you! Question though, your pics look like you have cheese on them is it so?

  61. The recipe says preheat 400 and then roast. Do you mean roast or bake? What are others doing?

  62. Made this tonight and it was absolutely delicious!! I’m going to make it again next week. Husband loved it as well!! Thank you for this recipe!

  63. Planned on doing this for dinner and just realized I am out of olive oil, can I use vegetable?

  64. Made this -Delicious It is only two of us. and there were even leftovers. great idea and good too!

  65. I made a similar recipe like this but with chicken and it was wonderful but I never thought of using pork!  I’ve got to try this with some pork chops soon.  Thanks for the delicious idea.  

  66. Hello, 🙂
    and if i don’t have Ranch Seasoning and Salad Dressing Mix … any substitues?
    thank you ! 🙂

    • Daniela, there are actually many DIY recipes available online for homemade Ranch seasoning that would be perfect for this!

  67. Made this tonight with boneless chops, carrots and green beans. I didn’t have ranch seasoning on hand,  so I used onion soup mix instead. It was SO delicious.  The whole family loved it. Wonderful meal! Thank you!

  68. Well, just put my dish in the oven! Can’t wait till it’s done. This was soooo easy!!!

    • Just wanted to add an up date. It took longer than the recipe stated ( for me) the ranch mix gave it a nice change than the regular seasonings you may usually use to cook with. I would make it again and just allow for more cooking time. Also, the prep time was at least 20 minutes.

  69. Hi! I am hoping to try this tomorrow night, is it possible to do with boneless pork chops?

  70. Is it possible to cook inside a pyrex casserole dish? or did you use a cookie sheet?

  71. I made this last night and it was delicious- followed recipe exactly as written but cooked pork 10 minutes longer. This will be a perfect dish to prepare during the busy holidays coming up! Thanks!

  72. I usually always have hidden valley ranch seasoning on hand Bc I like to make the dip with sour cream or Greek yogurt, but I did not have it on hand tonight. However, I used popcorn ranch seasoning that I had in my pantry! I just didn’t use salt since the season contains a lot of salt already. It turned out great! Thanks so much for sharing, it was soooo good!

  73. I am completely frustrated. I love the idea of your recipes, but 1 inch pork chops do not cook to 140 degrees in 20 minutes. I’m going on maybe 40 minutes and they still haven’t hit 140 degrees and my fresh green beans look like shriveled up junk. Please adjust your time or meat or something. What seemed like an easy, healthy meal is now not so appealing.

    • Meg, the 20 minutes is simply an estimate, although 40 minutes is definitely a bit too long. I recommend investing in an in-oven thermometer as your oven’s temperature may not be completely accurate. You can read more about it here.

  74. Delicious! Tried this last night and WOW. Will definitely make this easy dish again. Already shared the recipe with my sister and 4 friends. Accidentally bought boneless chops, but I don’t believe that made any difference. Also, because I wanted to be sure my potatoes were done, I nuked them for 5 minutes and then quartered them. Again, it was super easy and so good! Thank you for a wonderful recipe!

  75. Do you use frozen green beans, canned or what?

  76. Recipe as is takes way longer than 20 min to cook. Chips were still way undercooked. Left in for another 20 and they were good.

  77. wish me luck, i am making this tonight. it looks so delicious, can’t wait to see how it comes out. thank you for the recipe!

  78. Absolutely delicious. I did cook mine a little longer, closer to 35 minutes but I think 30 would be perfect in my oven. I flipped the chops halfway and I did quarter my potatoes since they were a bit larger. The flavor was amazing! I’m wondering if this can be swapped with different veggies? Love that it cleaned up easily, too. Definitely going into rotation.

  79. This was a great recipe! The only change I made was to turn over the irk chops halfway through.

  80. This is a great recipe!!! The only change I made was turning the pork chops over halfway!

  81. I’ve got this ready and prepped for the oven now, just waiting for the husband to let me know he’s the on the way home! Two questions…

    1. What size pan do you use? I had to use two 9×13 pans to fit everything.
    2. Do you use the entire packet of ranch? I used a little more than half of it, and it seemed like an awful lot of seasoning. But I also have a limited taste for ranch.

    • 1. I used an 11×17 pan.
      2. Yes, I used the entire packet, but as always, I recommend adding to taste to suit your preferences.

      I hope it turned out well!

  82. Thank you for this very easy delicious recipe!! I made this last night and the whole family loved it. Do you have any other one-pan wonders? We are going on a beach trip soon and I would love to have more recipes like this on hand to make while we are there. Thanks for all of your fantastic recipes and beautiful food photography!

  83. It took a bit over 20 minutes for this dish to go from ingredients in the fridge/pantry, to recipe in the oven. It was well worth the time – delicious! My family said I should definitely make it again, and I will!

  84. I think I’ve found tonight’s dinner! Looks awesome, thanks for the easy inspiration. Pork is such a nice way to change it up from the usual chicken.

  85. Have you tried this on a grill?

  86. Cooking time seems to be way off. It’s been in oven nowfor 30 minutes and the potatoes aren’t done but everything else is. I even cut the baby potatoes into 1/4s.

    • Heidi, if the potatoes are not done even after 30 minutes, they may just be too big. It may be best to chop them even smaller for next time.

    • My daughter made a similar recipe & our potatoes weren’t done either. So, I was thinking maybe cook the potatoes halfway (like you do baked potatoes) in microwave first & then cut up & put on pan & cook with rest of meal.

    • Heidi,
      I made this tonight. I cut the potatoes into small pieces and I had the same problem with the cooking time. I placed them on a separate pan and returned them to the oven for another 20 minutes. The recipe was tasty, however I feel this is not a one-pan recipe..

      • I tried this recipe but after reading these comments, decided to put the potatoes in first. After 15 mins, added everything else to the pan and cooked for 20 more mins. It came out perfectly!

    • Wish I would have read the comments first. I’ve already doubled the cooking time and the potatoes are still not done. I used baby fingerlings cut in half. 

  87. One-pan recipes are the best, for sure. I always forget about pork when I’m planning menus, but I think we’ll have to try this one out!

  88. Looks wonderful, i’m trying this out tonight! My green beans seem to be a lot thicker than the ones pictured and I’m worried they’ll take longer to cook… thoughts?

  89. this might be a really lame question….but is there any way i could make this using the actual bottle of ranch? that’s what i have on hand….

  90. I love one pot meals. They’re great when camping, too.

  91. Beautiful meal, Chungah! I love how it’s all made in just one pan! And this looks like a seriously flavorful chicken dinner! 🙂 Thanks for sharing! 😀

  92. Could you use boneless pork chops