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I never have much luck with pork chops, they usually come out dry (not the case with these). They came out so moist & tender. I didn't have raisins & don't generally care for them, so I used the same amount of dried tart cherries, which were wonderful. I used a bit more sage rub than called for ( heavy hand & wanted to coat both sides, it wasn't overpowering though). Served with baked sweet & red potatoes. This was a nice comforting one dish meal. Thanks for sharing.

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Larawithoutau February 22, 2014

Fantastic. The sauce/gravy was perfection. We were able to use it on the mashed potatoes too.i used poultry seasoning because thats what i had. other than that no changes. The apples had to be taken out before the pork because they were getting too soft. Thanks! My son and fiancé loved it.

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Queenkungfu October 06, 2013

Delicioso!!!

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china.doll1978 January 02, 2013

So easy to put together but then I still made ahead so did toss my apple in some lemon juice and put everything together and cooked about 8 hours later (took out of the fridge about 30 minutes before cooking) and baked at 175C fanforced for 50 minutes, the only other isue I had was I was going to use sultanas instead of raisins only to discover I none in either pantry so used craisins and they worked well in the dish which was throughly enjoyed. Made for Went to Market tag game.

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I'mPat December 18, 2012

This was very tasty and fairly easy. I also used cider vinegar.

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Ribbits October 08, 2012

Easy to make, tasted good, can't get much better than that. I was a little light handed with the sage since I wasn't sure how it would taste, but I learned I can definitely be more heavy handed with it. Thanks for a great meal. Thanks lauralie! Made for ZWT8 trip to France.

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Buzymomof3 July 31, 2012

Simple to bring together, and the house smells wonderful with the baked apple flavor. What is there not to like about pork and apples, it is a perfect match. The raisins are a nice addition, too. Comes out tender and yummy.

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morgainegeiser July 23, 2012

What a wonderful Pork Chop recipe Lauralie!! Made these for supper last night, hubby and I enjoyed every bite! The apples have such a yummy flavor too! Will be made often!
Thanks for sharing!

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MaMere April 27, 2011

This was sooooo good! Tender and moist. The best part was it was extremely inexpensive, but tasted like I worked all day. I made a couple changes based on personal preference (no sage or raisins) and what I had in the house (cider viniger and golden delicious apples). We had it with rice and peas w/onions, the sauce is great. Thanks.

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Mistrish September 19, 2010

I'm still giving you a five... I loved this worked great in my braising pan. Used some mushrooms gravey. Loved it!!!!!! I've made this 3 times... red apples and it is lovely!

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Seasons April 22, 2010
Baked Pork Chops and Apples