Followed your recipe exactly except for omitting the nuts. I thought it was a little dry so I served it with gravy. I think it could use another 1/2 cup of hot water. I'm not used to apples and raisins in my stuffing recipe, it's a different taste. My favorite part was the dijon mustard spread on the pork chops. Made for Please Review My Recipe cooking tag game.
Followed your recipe on for this dish, although I did use a nutty, whole grain bread that I diced & then oven-toasted before continuing with the recipe! Also used a honey Dijon mustard, but other than that . . . Had a wonderfully flavorful chop dinner that included some homemade apple sauce! I'll be doing this recipe again & again! Thanks for sharing it! [Made & reviewed in Zaar Cookbook Tag]
Delicious pork chop recipe to add to my favorite recipes binder. Used butter instead of margarine, personal preference, and greased a glass baking dish with Pan Release, Professional Pan Coating (Better Than Pam Spray!) for easy clean up. Made homemade croutons similar to Croutons with an added dash of poultry seasoning and garlic powder, and replaced the water with homemade chicken broth. You could use potato water saved from boiling potatoes too. Tip: Freeze some potato water in ice cube trays for deglazing pans. Made for Please Review My Recipe.
Very good! I made several changes however by skipping the croutons, pecans and thyme. For the seasoning salt I used onion salt and also used dark raisins and 2 granny smith apples. We served these with roasted brussel sprouts for a great fall dinner. Thanks for sharing!
This is simply delicious. I used dark raisins since that is what I had and skipped the nuts so that DH would eat it and I used a red apple, again, because it's what I have. The timing for the recipe is right on, I used 4 oz slices of loin that were just under an inch thick and they were well cooked. It was a perfect meal for tonight as it's been raining and cold for the last 2-3 days and feels a lot more like fall than summer. Thanks for posting, this was enjoyed by everyone.