Baked Pork Chops With Apple & Sherry

"You'll love the aroma as these little beauties are baking. Great flavor. I like to serve them with new potatoes & carrots and a salad"
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
Ready In:
1hr 20mins




  • Brown the chops in a skillet.
  • Heat oven to 350°F degrees.
  • Arrange apple slice in the bottom of an oven proof pan large enough to hold the 6 chops in a single layer. Sprinkle apples with the brown sugar& cinnamon, dot with the butter.
  • Top with the chops.
  • Pour in the sherry.
  • Cover with foil or lid.
  • Bake for approx 1 hour or until tender.

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  1. Delicious Bergy! I used 3 pork loin chops (bone in) and cut down on the brown sugar and sherry (just a little) Served with the sherry flavoured apples over top of chops, Sweet and just a little tangy. Yum!
  2. these pork chops were delicious!! We loved the apples and cinnamon and the sherry was a lovely touch. I just couldn't stand seeing all that lovely stuff on the bottom of the frypan from browning the chops so I deglazed the pan with the sherry (I used a little extra to make up for the steam loss) and poured it over the chops,lovely brown stuff!! I also used splenda brown sugar mix. All and all it's a wonderful flavourful dinner and the aroma while cooking is out of this world. Thanks for posting, I'll be making these again. Oct 23/08, made this for DH for supper tnight, he sure does love them, the apples are delicious and the pork tender, thanks again!
  3. Wonderful, Bergy! The house smelled like a Fall afternoon in the apple orchard store sipping apple cider in Ohio. I felt the love of those memories while these pork chops baked. I too spooned the apple mixture on top each chop to serve them. I used Jonagold apples and they stayed in tact with that baked apple pie flavor. Our daughter said, "This is a different dish, and very good!" She isn't a pork chop lover, but was quite pleased with this recipe, as were my husband and I. It's a keeper! Thanks for filling me with beautiful memories of Ohio, Bergy!The entire cooking and eating was a great time for all of us.
  4. This was a great recipe and it does make the house smell great. I didn't have any sherry so I used dry red wine. It was great. I would add dried cranberries if I had some. I think that would be good. I will make it again.
  5. Pretty good and easy, which of course is the best part. Everyone liked it.


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