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Kree, this is a very nice dish! Your instructions are great; the recipe is simple and to the point; very easy to prepare, too. I used boneless chops and Northern Spy apples. I don't keep apple juice in the house, so I just used the water. Next time I will try chicken broth, as I found the sauce a little plain. However, it was not too sweet; it was perfect for my family's tastes. I took your advice and, when the chops came out of the oven, I carefully placed them on a platter with the apples atop, then poured the liquid into the same pan I had used to brown the chops, which I had set aside. A little cornstarch-water mixture thickened the sauce right up, which I served in a gravy boat for those that wanted it. I'll definitely make this recipe again!
Kree, gee I feel bad giving this 4*'s after all the 5's, but 4 in my book is very good. I thought this was really very good, but just a touch too sweet for my personal perference. It was very easy to prepare and it did have a very good taste. The pork was done perfectly and the apples were nice and tender. I will make it again and reduce the brown sugar for my taste.
Delicious, easy to make, moist Pork chops. I didn't have apple juice, was great without it, but will try it next time. Bet it would be a great way to fix ham. Kree, thanks for posting.
I agree that this was a great pork chop recipe. My chops came out very moist and tender. I omitted the oil however when I browned the chops. I'm going to try this with ham steaks. Can't wait.
Great comfort food! This was very easy to make and best of all my husband really liked it! The only alteration I made was substituting apple juice for the water. This is definitely a keeper...thanks Kree for sharing!
THIS WAS SOOOO GOOD! Everyone should try this one. As suggested, I used cornstarch to thicken and it made a wonderful sauce to cover the chops. Next time I will try Denise's suggestion and use apple juice instead of water just to see if that could make these even better! Thanks so much Kree for a great recipe!
This is my favorite Pork Chop recipe. I've made this many times and I do make one substitution. I use concentrated apple juice in place of the water. This is fantastic on a cold fall evening with a side dish of stuffing!
Delicious and easy to make. As suggested, I thickened the sauce with cornstarch at the end. Very sweet -- almost like eating apple pie!
This was wonderful. My husband said he wanted pork and apples for dinner, and this recipe was perfect - not only did it come out beautifully, but it baked at the same temperature as my rice, which made prep that much easier! The only change I made was to totally forget to salt and pepper my chops. They still came out wonderful. I used Paula Red apples which cooked down to a nice tart sauce, which was a great complement.
This was yummy! I seasoned the chops with seasoned salt and pepper and browned. I then put them in the baking dish and added about 1 Tbsp butter to the pan. I added the apples to the melted butter and sauteed them for about a minute. I then added the water, brown sugar, cinnamon mixture and brought up to a bubble. I poured over the chops and baked for 30 minutes. After baking, I poured the sauce in a small pan and thickened with a little cornstarch. This was delicious! I have made another pork chop and apple recipe from Rachael Ray, but this recipe was SO much easier. Also, my husband loved it! :) Thank you so much for posting! I will definitely make again!