Easy to make, easy to clean up! Sheet Pan Pork Chops and Potatoes are a savory and flavor filled meal. I’ve been wanting to come up with a sheet pan meal for a while and thought what better combination than salty pork chops with yummy red potatoes. My mouth is watering just thinking about it!
This sheet pan combo is great for me because the pork chops really compliment the potatoes. The extra salty taste the pork gives the red potatoes while they are cooking is so good.
I was pleasantly surprised when everything came together so quickly and easy! Using the red potatoes were great because there’s no need to peel the skin, just chop up skin on and cook.
I smoked the Sheet Pan Pork Chops and Potatoes in my Traeger smoker using Apple wood pellets. The Apple wood really enhanced the flavor of this meal. This meal can easliy be cooked in the oven as well.
After seeing how much my family enjoyed this sheet pan meal I’m sure yours will as well!
Sheet Pan Pork Chops and Potatoes
- 4 Pork Chops bone in
- 2.5-3 lbs Red Potatoes cut into chunks
- 2 cloves Garlic minced
- 1/2 Onion chopped
- 1 Green Bell Pepper chopped
- 1 Red Bell Pepper chopped
- 1/4 cup Olive Oil
- 1/2 stick Butter melted
- 1/2 tsp Cayenne Pepper
- Kosher Salt
- Freshly Ground Black Pepper
- Seasoning Salt Lawry's
- Garlic Powder
Preheat your smoker on high with the lid closed for 15 minutes. I use a Traeger so high is about 420-430 degrees.
Wash and dry red potatoes, green peppers, red peppers.
Chop potatoes, green peppers, and red peppers into chunks.
Chop onion into chunks.
Put potatoes, green peppers, red peppers, onion, and garlic into a large mixing bowl. Add olive oil, butter, kosher salt, fresh ground pepper, and seasoning salt. Mix all together and pour on a sheet pan.
Lightly coat pork chops with olive oil. Season with kosher salt, fresh ground pepper, and garlic powder. Place on sheet pan with veggies.
Put sheet pan in smoker and smoke for about 30 minutes, or until pork chops reach 160 degrees.
This can be cooked in the oven or in a smoker. Cook time will vary based on the thickness of the pork chops.