4 Reviews

Finally somthing SWEET and SPICY. YUM the Apples were so Delicious. We could not get over it. Instead of using Cognac we used Brandy. And instead of using caraway seeds we used tarragon as a substitute from the garden. Same taste. So flavorful!

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anndeseray May 13, 2012

This is awesome! The chops had great flavor and were perfect with the apples and cabbage. My apples cooked down quite a bit so there wasn't much to go around but I think that might have been bad timing on my part. Next time I'll definitely make extra apples cause the bit that I did get were delicious! Thanks for posting this keeper :)

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KLBoyle October 31, 2010

I liked this ecipe, even though I didn't have apples, used apple juice, no cognac. My cabbage turned brown because of the liquid, but it was still good. I'm sure it is twice as good with the right ingredients. Will make this again. Made for 123 Hits.

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mightyro_cooking4u July 30, 2009

This is a good! It is fast and easy to make yet has flavors that are gourmet as if it took you longer to prepare. I love thyme with pork and the orange and cognac make a delicious glaze for the chops! I love the caraway seed in the cabbage, it really changes the flavor of the typical cabbage dish. I did add butter and cinnamon and more sugar to the apples, I just love apples that way though they were good with just the juices from the pan as written. This made a really great meal, thanks for posting!!

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Chef*Lee January 11, 2009
Martha Stewart's Cabbage and Pork Chop Quick Cook