- 6 boneless pork chops (1/2 inch thick)
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 2 tablespoons butter
- 2 gala apples (diced)
- 1/2 cup chicken broth
- 2 teaspoons apple cider vinegar
- 3/4 cup pure maple syrup
- 1 pinch salt
- ground pepper (to taste)
PER SERVING *
|Calories330Calories from Fat120|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
|Calories from Fat120|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Cunha 4 days ago
Good recipe! I added sausage to the mixture because more meat is always better, the maple syrup was a really nice touch. I also had to use Granny Smith apples and it still worked out! Would make again!
Sandy 8 days ago
This is so simple and so good I’ve decided it’s going to be “Sandy’s Signature Dish”!!!!
Michael Savage 19 days ago
juicy and so sweet. Great flavor. paired with sweet potatoes.
Brittany B. 19 days ago
This dish was so GOOD..and perfect for Fall! I added an extra apple (my family likes apples) and used a thicker boneless chop. The only complaint I have is that I had some trouble getting the sauce to reduce while not overcooking the apples. In the end, I ended up having to add a little corn starch to thicken it up. My suggestions: Once you add the apples, ACV, and broth... only cook the apples a couple minutes... then take them out while still slightly crunchy and boil the "sauce" on its own to evaporate some of the excess liquid...then add syrup. I did not cut the syrup, but I suppose you could do a 1/2c vs. 3/4c? Let that all boil a bit, reduce heat, and re-add the partially cooked apples and pork to simmer for the stated 20 min. I wouldnt cover while it simmers. Also, its so easy to dry out pork so make sure your only searing the meat initially... 2-3 min on each side at most. It will cook through with the apples later. I served with some seasoned green beans and fresh baked corn bread! Overall, my family loved this..even my picky 6 yr old said it was tasty. This will go into my regular dinner rotation!
Anna Hines 21 days ago
The family loved it. Used a thick cut porkchop and diced my apple in larger dices the 2nd time making. Perfect!
Alaina Sedar 26 days ago
i made it just how the recipe said i over cooked my apples and my porkchops on accident but overall it still wasnt bad
Travis 26 days ago
I used a thinner pork cut and it did turn out a little tough, but everything tasted great. I'd recommend the 1/2" pork cut like they suggest and just sear the outside of the pork on high heat initially. You'll be simmering it for 20 minutes later anyways.
Hillary Ward 19 Oct
Just okay. be sure to use as a large a pan as possible when Browning the pork chops. plus use a higher heat than medium. My pork chops didn't Brown to a nice golden color they were mostly steamed and practically fully cooked by the time I pulled them out of the pan. chops were tough and not as tender as I was hoping. plus the apples didn't really carmelize like I thought they would, Maybe three-quarters of a cup of maple syrup is too much? I served it with sweet potato puree that I made in my instant pot and roasted brussel sprouts and it made a good-looking plate.