Caraway Pork Chops

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 350 deg F.
  • Layer onions and apples in the bottom of a shallow baking dish.
  • Drizzle honey on top and sprinkle with 1 teaspoon caraway seeds.
  • Prepare chops by sprinkling them with garlic salt and pepper and spreading mustard on them.
  • Place chops on apples and sprinkle with remaining 1 teaspoon caraway seeds.
  • Cover and bake 1 hour.

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  1. Excellent flavor. I substituted a 5 lb. half pork loin for chops and baked for 3 hours. We will definitely make this again!
  2. Surprisingly quite bland flavor. Some improvement in flavor intensity the next day, but overall, not so impressive.
  3. I loved this and so did my boyfriend! I used a little less honey and one less apple to ensure it wouldn't be too sweet. I also quickly browned the chops in a skillet before baking. It was beautiful and delicious!
  4. Very tasty! Nice balance of flavors - the dijon mustard gave the sauce and chops the right taste. Excellent side dish to serve , scalloped potatoes. Cathy R.
  5. I found this too sweet for my personal taste -- but the recipe itself is fine; the pork chops turned out the way pork chops are supposed to, and the flavors combined well and didn't clash at all. As I said, I just found it too sweet for my personal taste, but don't let this dissuade you from making this if you like a little sweetness in your pork chops!


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