I went to dinner at a great restaurant near Detroit, ordering chops with a wonderful savory-sweet apple and dried cherry sauce. This is my interpretation of the dish. It is a quick, yet impressive dish.
I found this in a magazine in a doctors office. I love it because you can use any ingredients you happen to have on hand! For vegetarian, omit kielbasa and use vegetable broth in place of chicken broth.
Purchased bag of Cole slaw cabbage saute' with red onions and your favorite sausage. This is a quick and easy meal that I threw together one day when I was not in the mood to cook. I really like cabbage but I live alone so buying a head of cabbage is out of the question...I would eat the whole thing in one sitting...so I started buying the pre-package bag of Cole slaw mix.
This recipe is great for summer or winter. It is an all in one dinner
that takes minutes to prepare. Add your own favorite vegetables or stay
with the ones in the recipe. In summer you may wish to put your crock
pot outside on the patio while it cooks. In Winter let the aromas fill
your house. It is wonderful. Serve with crusty bread to sop up the
sauce. Enjoy! If you wish cook this on high for a total of 3 1/2 hours.
I found this recipe on the web somewhere and decided to try it. It is absolutely wonderful and the meat just falls off the bones. As my husband describes it "they are succulent!" This is a must in our family at least every other week!
My husband always says that I cook a "mean" pork chop! I will have to admit they do turn out great every time. I thought I would share my tips with you. I always cook the bone-in center cut chops because there is more flavor near the bone. I find them packaged as regular cut or thin cut...either is fine. I always use canola oil for frying. This recipe is for two pork chops. It is best not to crowd them in the pan even if you have to start again with another batch. The biggest secret is the temperature and to keep turning the chops over. In the directions you will find some other important tips.
ATTENTION: Several reviewers have had to add additional water to make this recipe work. I decided not to change the recipe itself, because I was afraid that it would confuse others who may be reading the reviews. Please take the time to read the reviews to see comments on additional liquids....thanks!!! This is a recipe that I got out of the cookbook Aunt Paula sent to me in the cookbook swap. I made a few minor changes to make the recipe work for me and DH. I did change the name from Mom's Stuffed Pork Chops to the name I chose because they are really not stuffed, but you have the same effect. Hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we did.
This is for a single portion. It can be doubled or tripled. Be careful with the sauerkraut though. You might not want to triple it. Depends on how much sauerkraut you want. I like lots of sauerkraut with my pork steak.
Based on a favorite soup. As a casserole, it is easier to transport or bring to lunch at the office. Casseroles are a comfort food for me, but most serve 8 or more. This recipe is for two, but can easily be multiplied for a crowd.