Pressure Cooker Apple Cider Pork Chops
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- Sprinkle chops with seasoned salt on both sides and let rest for 3 or 4 minutes.
- Heat the oil in the bottom of the pressure cooker over medium heat. Brown chops on both sides and then remove a plate.
- Place basket in pressure cooker. Press one or two dried apple slices on each chop and sprinkle each with a bit of the Aspen spice mix.
- Fit the chops into the basket, standing on edge, sandwiching the apple slice between the chops.
- Pour the cider over the chops and secure the pressure cooker lid onto the pot.
- Bring to high pressure (15 lbs) over medium heat, adjusting the heat to maintain the pressure (according to the cooker's manufacturer's instructions) and cook at that pressure for 17 minutes.
- Remove cooker from heat and let pressure drop naturally, which should take about 10 minutes.
- Remove chops carefully to serving platter and cover with foil to keep warm.
- Meanwhile, melt better in a 1-cup glass measure in the microwave (30 seconds on high) Stir in flour with a whisk and microwave 40 more seconds, whisking at the end of the time.
- Add a bit of the pot liquid to the roux in the glass measure and whisk smooth. Then add the roux to the pot and heat to boil, whisking until slightly thickened.
- Pour sauce over chops and serve.
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This was really good. I didn't have Lawry's, dried apples, mulling spices. I substituted Brown Sugar Bourbon seasoning by McCormick's and used dried apricots. I also added a grated carrot and finely chopped onion slice. The carrot cooked down and colored the sauce and made a nice texture. It was really easy and that was really essential as I wasn't in the mood for cooking. Also the idea of mixing butter into the flour before adding to the pot liquor was very good.
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