Yum. Pork chops and apples. Classic!!! I loved the simplicity of the recipe. Made for CQ 2014 and the Cake Pops!
When I first looked at this recipe I thought it called for pork tenderloins, so that was what I bought, however when I began to make it tonight I realized it was for chops. So I sliced the tenderloins into about 12 one 1.5" thick chops. The recipe doesn't call for peeling the apples so I didn't, but both DH and DD both thought the thinly sliced apple skin didn't enhance the dish as they got stuck in their teeth. I also quartered the pecans so DH and DD could pick them out easily. I also served the chops with the apple pecan mixture on top. All and all I thought it was a great Fall dish and I will be making it again. Made for Fall Photo tag.
Delicious! We both raved about this, and it was so quickly made. I used the tart apples from my garden which usually are very dry, but this recipe is perfect for them. And I halved the recipe for the two of us and used only 1 teaspoon brown sugar, that was just perfect.<br/>Thanks for sharing!!<br/>Made for CQ 2014
This is my favorite recipe for pork chops yet. It is super easy to make. I've tweaked it to use Granny Smith apples. I add two apples because we like the apples so much. We also use an extra tbsp of butter. It is definitely worth trying at least once. It is very inexpensive.
Other than cutting the recipe in half for the 2 of us, it was pretty much followed, & the chops were absolutely delicious! We loved the cinnamon apple nut combo with the pork & will certainly be making these again! Thanks for sharing the recipe! [Made & reviewed in Went to the Market recipe tag]
Annacia, you are so right this is very easy and yummy. Was a little concerned about nutmeg and pork but it was good. Made using bone in center chops and two granny smiths and two Fuji apples. You can bet your bottom dollar will be making this again. Thanks for the post.
This was really really good! Perfect for this fall day. I wasn't sure about the sweetness, or the nuts, and considered adding some salt or onions, but it was perfect just as written. I used 4 pork chops (about a lb total) and halved the other ingredients. Seemed just right to me.
Like Acadia, I used two tenderloins. They were sliced into 8 slices and slightly flattened before browning. I also left the peel on the apples and thought it was wonderful. The meat was returned to the pan for a few minutes before serving to allow the flavors to blend. This was served with a wild rice blend and fresh green beans for a delicious meal.
I made these tonight for the in laws. Everyone loved them and they were super simple to make!