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This was delicious! I put some frozen O'Brien potatoes (1 cup for each chop) under the pork. Instant, yummy side dish!

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kmm0630 March 25, 2010

The recipe was simple to put together. I did substitute unsweetened apple sauce for the apple juice. The salt in the soy sauce and soup was perfect; however, I think it needed something more. Next time I will increase onion to 1/2 C and will add 1-2 cloves garlic. I also like tarragon, especially when using apples, so I'll sub next time to see how it goes. Thanks or sharing!

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Southern Lady November 01, 2010

The way this recipe is written, it is kind of bland and really needs fixing up. I was unsure if I was to bake these covered or uncovered. I chose covered to keep the chops moist. I seasoned my chops with Emeril's Essence and pepper and browned them in olive oil first. To the sauce mixture, I added fresh garlic, shallot, 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce, and a pinch of rosemary garlic seasoning and only a pinch of thyme . When the chops were done, I felt the sauce was lacking something and I was unimpressed , so I poured it into a saucepan and added 1 tablespoon of brown sugar and a slurry of 1 tablespoon cornstarch, 1 tablespoon cold water and 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce. I thickened the gravy and it was much improved. I will enjoy this recipe again, with my changes.After that , it is five stars and we enjoyed it very much! Thanks for posting.

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bad kitty 1116 November 13, 2009

Very delicious!! Wish I could give it more stars. I was apprehensive at first, considering I've never cooked with apple juice before, but it came out phenominal! Also my DH is not a pork chop fan, so instead I cut a pork tenderloin into medallions and used that. He absolutely loved it! I also included some fresh garlic (about 2 cloves) along with the powder. This is definitely a keeper for us!!

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wkdml_3 January 28, 2007

I often use mushroom soup with pork chops but this recipes kicks it up a notch. I cut the recipe back to 2 chops, used dry garlic flakes, sweet onion & apple juice. Great flavor combination. The baked potato is perfect sliced open and filled with the gravy from the chop. Thanks SmHerndon for a lovely dinner

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Bergy November 30, 2006

Thank you so much SmHerndon for sharing this lovely recipe. My family & I enjoyed this easy to make dish very much. The chops were moist & tender. The combination of mushroom soup and apple juice is very flavourful and smells delicious while cooking. I used unfiltered apple juice and sweet onions with great results.

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Baby Kato November 13, 2005

This was a great supper. My hubby enjoyed every bite. We thought it was the best pork chop diner we had in a long time. Thanks for the great recipe.

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Terry in New Brunswick, Canada October 06, 2005
Tasty Apple Pork Chops & Potatoes