This recipe took me back to my childhood! Pork chops and applesauce, what an awesome combo. The Dijon mustard did scare me a little (not a big fan) so I did not slather it on but did use it because I am sure it is responsible for the extreme juciness of the meat. The mustard flavor was not very powerful, great chops, thanks for sharing.
This was perfect for a fall night. I left my applesauce chunky and it went perfect with the chops. Thank you.
Loved this. I made a few adjustments to the way I made it. First, I brined my chops (just because I always do.) Since it was with applesauce, I incorporated some apple juice in the brine. Also, I just pan fried them, since I am not a big fan of baking chops unless they are stuffed. The applesauce was just to die for, I used tart granny smith apples, and the hint of vanilla was just great. Thank you for a wonderful recipe that I will use again.
What can be better than pork chops and applesauce! I left my applesauce chunky and next time will add more cinnamon for our taste. The pork chops cook nicely in the oven and the coating has a good flavor. I did serve mashed potatoes and gravy along with creamed peas and enjoyed comfort food at its best. Thank you Chef and good luck!
Easy to prepare and particularly delicious apple sauce that I will make again. Served with small new potatoes boiled and buttered and green beans.
Was so good,like brown sugar vanilla and cinnamon so had to try this,and you came up with a winner.Good luck
Boy oh Boy! I love chops and apples. This was a really easy and delightful meal. Will definately make again.