Apple Pork Chops

"A delicious new twist for pork chop and apple lovers."
photo by Derf2440 photo by Derf2440
photo by Derf2440
photo by Derf2440 photo by Derf2440
photo by Derf2440 photo by Derf2440
photo by Derf2440 photo by Derf2440
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  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C).
  • Heat oil in large skillet.
  • Saute onion in oil for 1 minute, or until tender.
  • Remove onion and set aside.
  • Brown pork chops in remaining oil, two minutes on each side.
  • Place chops in 8x12 inch baking dish; sprinkle with salt and pepper.
  • Layer apples and cooked onion over chops.
  • In small bowl, combine brown sugar, mustard, cloves and water.
  • Pour over chops.
  • Cover and bake 30-45 minutes.

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  1. Bev I Am
    Cooking pork chops always seems to be tricky to get them moist and flavorful. These chops offer both! Very Good! My husband and I both enjoyed them!
  2. ltdsaloon16r
    If you want an easy tasty pork chop dish then try this one! The flavours are wonderful and the pork is fall off the bone tender.
  3. HeatherFeather
    I will be making this delicious recipe again and again. It was so simple to prepare and tasted like I had put much more work into it. It looked lovely on the plate with the apple topping and I loved the taste.
  4. sparky too
    The recipe looks a lot better than it tastes. I think cooking in water probably destroys what little flavor is in the factory farm pork that we have today. I won't make again.
  5. Lynjoy  QLD
    Wow! Fantastic. Everything I needed was in the pantry so I didn't need to shop in advance. I thickened the cooking juices with cornflour and it made a wonderful gravy! I will definitely be making this one again! Thank you so much!


  1. ebelle_df
    After cooking this recipe once I changed a few things: used nutmeg instead of clove, added a cup of onions instead of 1/2, added a teaspoon of cornstarch to thicken the sauce, and cooked the chops for 20min covered, 10min uncovered, and let stand for 5-7. Also I added garlic to the oil befor I browned the chops.
  2. HungryPeeps
    Made these last night for dinner. I also substituted apple juice for most of the water. Easy prep and sooooo good! Even my teenage daughter who loathes pork chops loved them! Definitely a keeper - thanks for posting!
  3. Wanna-B-a-chef
    THANK YOU for this recipe. My family is not usually into trying new recipes, but this sounded too good not to try. It was DELICIOUS. We used apple juice in place of the water. The pork chops were so moist and tender. I used sirloin pork chops, as they were on sale this week b1g1f. This was pretty easy to prepare as well......we will definately be making it again.



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