Porous materials based on chromium(III) terephthalate metal organic frameworks (MOF) MIL-101(Cr) and their complexes with dialkylaminopyridines (DAAP) were synthesized via a DAAP-MOF complexation, and tested for hydrolytic degradation of organophosphorous esters such as diethyl 4-nitrophenyl phosphate (paraoxon). Elemental analysis, TGA, XRD, FT-IR, TEM, SEM, and nitrogen adsorption measurements indicated that the DAAP units were incorporated into MIL-101 pores by complexation, keeping the parent framework intact. The DAAP-MOF enabled facile paraoxon hydrolysis in water/acetonitrile mixtures under ambient conditions (100% conversion after 24 h at pH 10). The MOF-DAAP complexes showed synergistic effects, being 7-fold and 47-fold more active than the parent MIL-101 or DAAP materials, respectively. The high hydrolysis reaction turnover was realized by simultaneous action of the Lewis acid Cr(III) center of the MOF as well as the electron-rich nucleophile, DAAP. This study demonstrates a simple and efficient method of generating catalytically active MOF materials for environmental detoxification as well as defensive applications.