Just made this for the first time. Took the advise of others and seasoned chops with garlic salt, pepper and dried rosemary. I used thick boneless pork chops and cooked for the 1 1/2 hours and it was awesome!!! Best pork chops I have ever had and husband loved them too! Served them with cheddar au gratin potatoes and the meal was a hit!
We added apple juice to the casserole dish as another reviewer suggested and baked for a total of 45 minutes for two butterflied pork chops. Everyone in our family loved it!
EXCELLENT!! Not only does it taste amazing but my house smells wonderful too (always a bonus!). I added 1/4 cup apple juice at the bottom of the baking dish rather then greasing it. I also seasoned the pork chops with seasoned salt & rosemary prior to searing. I had very very thick chops so I cut them in half they were probably 1/2" thick. Cooked @ 350 for 40 minutes and they were a little dry, think I'll drop it down to 30. Can't wait until fall to pick fresh apples.
This was good. DH said it was a keeper and by BIL seemed to like it too - his plate was clean! Even my 11 month old liked it. I'll make it again but I think I'll add a bit of apple juice to the casserole dish just to add a bit more flavor. I did this according to the recipe except I only baked for 1 hour. My porkchops were boneless and about 3/4 inch. I served with baked potato, broccoli, carrots, and french bread. Thanks for a good recipe!
Outstanding recipe. I used 5 apples and just eye-balled the brown sugar and cinnamon. I also fixed a package of stove top dressing and spread that on top before baking. Smelled delicious and tasted wonderful. DH said this is a keeper.
OK. Brined my chops first (1/2 in thick, 4hrs in brine of 2T kosher salt to 2&1/2 C water) then followed the recipe. I used a large cast iron frying pan to fry chops and used the same pan to bake them. Seasoned chops with fresh rosemary, sage, and garlic salt. Thick sliced the apples. Baked 1 hr. Chops were very tender, apples were cooked very soft. All in all, pretty good. Would make again.
I used bone in Pork Chops about 1 inch thick. The apples turned to mush and the Pork Chops were soooooooo dry. I have been cooking for 52 years and should have known that the Pork Chops will cook in 20 minutes in the oven. The next time I try this recipe, I will slice the apples a lot thicker and check them after 30 minutes to make sure they are done. I know the Pork Chops will be done.
Delish!! The entire family -all 7 of us- enjoyed this. Will be making again but cutting down on the cook time to 1 hour. The chops were a touch dry, that's where those yummy apples are perfect!
This dish is so good! I made it for dinner tonight and it was a great hit. My 5 year old grand daughter, my husband and I yummed it all up....no leftovers. I sprinkled the chops with Cajun seasoning before browning in olive oil (olive oil due to dietary restrictions) then followed the recipe exactly. The chops were fork tender and the apples with the brown sugar and cinnamon were wonderful. I served this with "Copy Cat Cracker Barrel Green Beans". Excellent meal, thank you for posting. Jan
Just my style--nice and easy. I did leave the peel on the apples and used sliced boneless pork loin. DH and DS loved them. Thanks for posting.