Prep 20 mins
Cook 20 mins
This recipe was a mistake, when I lost my good house keeping magazine, I thought this was how it was made, then I found it on the internet, and the real recipe was pork chops with pear stuffing. But I still prefer my way. It's a good one for those who like to have applesauce with their pork chops.
- 10 1⁄2 pork tenderloin chops, 1 inch thick (bone out)
- 2 boxes of stove top pork stuffing mix (or comparable to)
- 1 (20 ounce) can pears in heavy syrup
- garlic powder
- butter or margarine
- Cut the chops in the middle, as if to make a pocket.
- Season the pork chops with the salt, pepper, and garlic, and set aside.
- In a pot cook the stuffing as the directions indicate on the box.
- When the stuffing is finished, take the pears and mash them up with your hands and drop them into the stuffing.
- After the pears are mixed in with the stuffing, take a table spoon, and stuff the pork chops.
- When the chops have been stuffed, lightly sprinkle the pear syrup from the can over all of the chops.
- Place on a cookie sheet, bake on about 350, until the chops are cooked thoroughly.