Martha Stewart's Cabbage and Pork Chop Quick Cook
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- Ready In:
- Sprinkle pork chops with pepper.
- Press thyme leaves on one side; brown in 1 tablespoon oil.
- When almost browned on one side, squeeze 1/2 orange over chops.
- Turn chops once and sprinkle with salt.
- Squeeze other 1/2 orange over all.
- Cook 5 minutes.
- Add 2 oz. cognac; cover and cook 5 to 10 minutes.
- Place chops on warm platter.
- Add the peeled and sliced apples, salt, pepper and 2 tsp sugar.
- Saute just until heated through.
- In another pan, melt 2 tbs butter then add sliced garlic cloves and 1/2 tsp caraway seeds; stir.
- Add shredded cabbage.
- Top with salt and pepper and saute until golden.
- Serve apples and cabbage along side of cooked chops.
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This is awesome! The chops had great flavor and were perfect with the apples and cabbage. My apples cooked down quite a bit so there wasn't much to go around but I think that might have been bad timing on my part. Next time I'll definitely make extra apples cause the bit that I did get were delicious! Thanks for posting this keeper :)
This is a good! It is fast and easy to make yet has flavors that are gourmet as if it took you longer to prepare. I love thyme with pork and the orange and cognac make a delicious glaze for the chops! I love the caraway seed in the cabbage, it really changes the flavor of the typical cabbage dish. I did add butter and cinnamon and more sugar to the apples, I just love apples that way though they were good with just the juices from the pan as written. This made a really great meal, thanks for posting!!
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