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