Cooking pork chops always seems to be tricky to get them moist and flavorful. These chops offer both! Very Good! My husband and I both enjoyed them!
If you want an easy tasty pork chop dish then try this one! The flavours are wonderful and the pork is fall off the bone tender.
I will be making this delicious recipe again and again. It was so simple to prepare and tasted like I had put much more work into it. It looked lovely on the plate with the apple topping and I loved the taste.
The recipe looks a lot better than it tastes. I think cooking in water probably destroys what little flavor is in the factory farm pork that we have today. I won't make again.
Wow! Fantastic. Everything I needed was in the pantry so I didn't need to shop in advance. I thickened the cooking juices with cornflour and it made a wonderful gravy! I will definitely be making this one again! Thank you so much!
Was somewhat disappointed. I thought that 3/4 cup of water was too much, and the chops were swimming in it, because the apples and onions were juicy. May try again with less water.
Totally delicious keeper of a recipe!!!!!!!! this dish creates alot of sauce, and it went perfectly over white rice..pork chops were moist, flavorful, and just overall fantastic!! Thank you for posting this recipe..it will be made many times in the future!! TERESA
Evangelia this is a wonderful recipe! The pork chops were moist and tender and had a great taste with the onions, apples and spices. I served this with Carolle's Awful Potatoes and it was a winner Thanks, Carole
I made this tonight and it was a hit. I used thicker pork chops but it was still delicious.
The meat was tender and juicy, but the apples had such a weird taste to them we ended up just throwing them out. Not really sure what that was about. Only change I made was to use about 1/4 cup apple juice with 1/2 cup water. Thanks for posting. The meat was good.