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This was a very tasty recipe.. I altered it a little: I used freshly diced apples (Fuji Apples) with the apple juice.. to which the apple juice was absorbed completely into the apples. I filled the pan with approx 1/4 inch of apple juice, that the pork chops cooked in the oven with.

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sugarcookie 123 October 03, 2012

Really enjoyed these fruity and nutty chops. Requires plenty seasoning inside and outside, in our opinion.

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rosslare December 01, 2011

Made this for 2 of us, so I used just 3 large chops, but did do a full amount of the stuffing! Also used some very flavorful dried Fuji apples instead of the somewhat tasteless ones from Sun-Maid, & we had a really outstanding supper, thanks to your recipe! [Tagged, made & reviewed in the current Comfort Cafe as part of the theme "This Little Piggy..."]

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Sydney Mike July 15, 2009

Turned out moist and very tasty. I did four large four chops, doubled the stuffing and it balanced out perfectly. Used Amaretto instead of white wine because that's what I had on hand. Definantly an adult recipe.

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~*Sarah*~ June 21, 2005

This meal had an elegant feel to it, as I do not usually stuff meat except for holidays. DH and I thought it was excellent! 14 yr. old son did not care for it as much and that's okay cause some things are for the more cultured adult taste. I am still giving this a 5-star (but may not be a kid pleaser).

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Trisha W May 22, 2004
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