Top-ranked recipe named "Autumn Pork Chops"
Very tasty 'autumn' style main dish.
"I decided to cook a meal that everything started with an A and I found your recipe. We both liked this dish and will have again. I made bake apples in a syrup with raisins as the dessert and Au gratin potatoes for the side. Thanks for the great meal"- Bageria
In large nonstick skillet over medium heat add Olive oil and 1 T butter, brown chops on both side, seasoning with salt and pepper and a bit of spice/herb mix from below. Remove chops from pan. Add remaining butter melt then add onions stir cooking for 2 minutes. Add apples and lemon juice and cook for 2 minutes mixing well with onions. Create 'wells' and return pork chops to pan cover and cook until chops are done and apples are tender but not mushy. Serve pork chops with apples and onions on top.
spice/herb mix: I crushed using my mortar & pestle approximately 1 Tbsp dried Thyme, 1 1/2-2 Tbsp dried Rosemary and 1/4-1/2 tsp poultry seasoning.
Note: This will make more than you need for this recipe, but is good with other things.
Boneless chops could be used for this, cooking time may need to be adjusted.
I used red delicious apples since that is what I had on hand.
herbgrower 4 months agoI added some nutmeg and cinnamon to the apples. I also added some apple juice to deglase the pan before adding pork chops back to the pan. They were very good
derail1 5 months ago
sheris 5 months agoMake sure and butterfly the pork chops. Very nice flavoring.
melissarose1 1 year ago
annmariecasellacardin 1 year agoThis is an easy and delicious recipe. Great for a weeknight but nice enough for company. I used some infused garlic evoo instead of plain evoo when I sautéed the chops. I also substituted Braeburn apples for the Golden Delicious; a little more firm but still sweet I also added a little apple juice and chicken stock when I sautéed the apples and onions to make a little more sauce. I poured that on the rice I made as a side. Also served fresh green beans with Italian breadcrumbs. Husband loved it! It's a keeper!!
cmady 1 year ago
debojay 1 year agoDelicious and easy! I added a couple T of brown sugar right before tucking the pork chops in the mix.. I also peeled the apples because, well, I just don't care for apple skin.
Superwife 1 year agoI love it & my husband enjoyed it
Lorrainemomof3 2 years agoAs pork chop lovers this was great!!! Kids and bf loved it!!! Even the picky toddler gobbled it up!!
Wendyparker9 2 years agoTasty. Only used Rosemary, did not have thyme, still very good. Next time I will use a different apple, my granny smith's were too sour for my family.