1Season Pork Chops with Garlic powder, salt, Mrs Dash onion and herb seasoning mix on both sides, be sure to rub in. Heat Olive oil in a skillet. Sear Pork chops in oil for 3 minutes on one side, flip and sear on other side for one minute longer. When golden brown transfer pork chops to a baking dish. Reserve oil and brown bits in pan to make the gravy later.
2Preheat the oven to 300 degrees. Cover pork chops with water, cover the baking dish with foil and cook for 2 hours. Remove from oven when done, place pork chops on a hot plate and keep warm. Reserve drippings in the pan, should be about two cups of drippings. If less thats okay, you can use a little beef or pork broth.
3To make the gravy. Cut up the onions, slice in half and peel, then cut into slices. Heat up your pan with the oil and pork brown bits, add a bit more oil if needed. Cook onions till they are lightly brown and translucent. Add 2 tablespoons of flour and stir for 2 minutes until browned. Turn down heat to medium, and whisk in pork drippings, keep whisking until thickened up. If you would like more of a beefy flavor you can add a bit of beef or pork broth (add however much you desire, but careful not to water it down too much) Stir again and let boil. Season with salt and pepper, if you want you can add more mrs dash onion and herb to the gravy. Cook the gravy until heated through and thick. Spoon ontop of pork chops. Great served with baked beans and veggies. Also great with mashed potatoes. Enjoy!