Ready in 45 minutes
My oldest daughter absolutely loves to eat this. In fact, we have to fight her to share the sweet cinnamon apples. There is never any leftovers with this meal.
Season pork chops with salt & pepper to taste. Set aside.
Take cored & peeled apples and cut into slices.
Heat a medium sized saucepan and add oil. Add sliced onion and garlic and saute until softened. Add pork chops and sear each side for 1-2 minutes. Set porkchops with onion and garlic in a 13 x 9 baking pan, cover, and place in warm oven at 200 deg F, while making apples.
In a separate small sauce pan, melt butter. Add brown sugar, apples, apple cider, cinnamon, nutmeg, and a pinch of salt and pepper. Stir occasionally until apples are just beginning to get tender. When your apples are almost tender, increase your oven temperature to 350 deg F.
Add a tablespoon of conrnstarch to saucepan on stove to thicken sauce and stir for another minute. Pour sauce over porkchops and bake covered in oven at 350 deg for 30-35 minutes.
I like to serve this meal with mashed potatoes on the side.
herbgrower 1y agoGreat recipe. Pork chops were nice and moist. I added fresh sage leaves to the chops.
Bullwinkle67 2y ago
herbgrower 2y agoThis was very good and easy. Baking the chops in the oven kept them nice and moist.
aneff2 3y agoWe really enjoyed this recipe. My husband and I did not grow up with this flavor combo so this was a nice change. Very easy and wonderful fall/winter flavors! Thanks for sharing.
dawn-marieschultz-loseke 3y ago
CookingPassion 4y agothanks so much for the nice reviews, glad you liked the recipe. It is my daughter's absolute favorite !
BigMartha 4y agoSo so good! All my friends loved this when I made it! Definetely a keeper!!
pwininge 5y agoVery good meal. My kids loved the apples.
KCKramp 5y agoI really enjoyed this.
Blkrain525 5y agoVery good. Definitely a keeper.