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    Applesauce Stuffed Pork Chop

    SarasotaCook
    Fri Feb 01, 2013 4:19 am
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    I took a thick pork chop and stuffed it with leftover Holiday Dressing. I added dried cranberries and apple sauce. Then, seasoned with a all purpose poultry seasoning, s/p and pan seared in butter. Transferred to a small baking dish, added a little white wine to the dish and topped the chop with fresh rosemary and applesauce.

    On the side, corn on the cob; and tomato slices with a apple basil vinaigrette.

    Honestly, a bit TOO MUCH yellow, but, it sure tasted good. I planned a kale salad; but I 'pigged' out on the kale chips I made today. So, the lack of green on the plate, icon_lol.gif





    The tomatoes without the dressing
    Zurie
    Fri Feb 01, 2013 8:20 am
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    Nice idea! Did you dream it up? Sounds like one of your bright ideas. And it really sounds delicious!
    SarasotaCook
    Fri Feb 01, 2013 8:49 am
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    Thx Zurie,

    I'm sure it has been done before; but it was just a spur of the moment idea.

    The applesauce in the dressing was really good; it made the stuffing moist; and that and the cranberries gave it a sweet flavor. On top the applesauce made almost a nice crust and it went well with the rosemary. It would definitely be something I would make again on purpose next time.

    I had; just a little bit of applesauce left in a jar and it didn't want to let it go to waste, so that was the reason for using it.

    I'm on my clean out fridge, pantry, freezer kick again; and trying to use up any condiments that are less than half full. Honey, jams, different mustards, etc.
    Chef shapeweaver ©
    Fri Feb 01, 2013 12:23 pm
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    Hi SC, wave.gif
    Now, that is what a stuffed pork chop
    should look like. icon_biggrin.gif
    SarasotaCook
    Fri Feb 01, 2013 12:42 pm
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    Thx Shapes, it was tasty if I do say so myself. It was a boneless chop so I was worried it would dry out; but the stuffing was very moist which helped.
    Debbwl
    Fri Feb 01, 2013 7:41 pm
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    Chef shapeweaver © wrote:
    Hi SC, wave.gif
    Now, that is what a stuffed pork chop
    should look like. icon_biggrin.gif


    I agree!!!!!!

    That second photo has me licking my lips!
    AskCy
    Sat Feb 02, 2013 1:22 pm
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    plenty going on in there icon_smile.gif... could do with a shot stood back a little so we can take it all in ! icon_smile.gif

    Steve
    SarasotaCook
    Sat Feb 02, 2013 1:51 pm
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    I know. Had tons of stuff on the table, just got home from the store, cans everywhere not put away. It is really the only place I can take a pic where the light is decent. I don't eat normally when it is light out, so light is a big issue. I have NO rooms for lamps, nor would I do it; so, I have to work with what I have. I also had my kale leaves on pans cooling, and 6 jars of pickles.

    Since I cook for 4 ladies 5 days a week; I don't always have an empty kitchen, and space for pics is extremely limited. Not like my old house. Like I said, I have found 1 light that seems to work after dark.

    I totally agree. But, it is so hard. I have tried every light in the house. I have mostly Can lights which aren't good for photographing.

    At night, other than my kitchen dining (nook) light, my flash goes off; so I am dealing with flash 90% of the time.

    Any suggestions as an easy solution. I would love to know. The bathroom only has vanity lights tried that. I have very few table lamps, only 2 small ones. The desk isn't good either. And cans are 12' high. Like I said, a challenge. During the summer it is better; but not always because we eat even later.

    Any help appreciated.
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