Pork Chops and Apples Recipe | Yummly

Pork Chops and Apples

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  • 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)
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    NutritionView More

    Sodium11% DV260mg
    Fat49% DV32g
    Protein122% DV62g
    Carbs18% DV55g
    Fiber8% DV2g
    Calories760Calories from Fat290
    Total Fat32g49%
    Saturated Fat10g50%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat290
    Total Carbohydrate55g18%
    Dietary Fiber2g8%
    Vitamin A6%
    Vitamin C8%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


    Ron 3 months ago
    Added sweet onions and sauerkraut left out maple syrup also used poultry seasoning before frying pork. Tasty
    Joy Ceasar 4 months ago
    Yummy! Apples were delicious and easy to make. We are putting this recipe on our favorites list
    Tehraney Isler 5 months ago
    Very easy and delicious!!
    Jules a year ago
    Reasonable quick meal went well with roast sweet potatoes and a rocket salad Overall cook again kind of meal
    Nicki A a year ago
    Fantastic recipe!! So delicious, definitely a keeper!! 😊
    Sequoyah Coodey a year ago
    Delicious. Not hard to make at all
    exactly what i was looking for, thank you! paired this with homemade garlic and dill sauerkraut and it was perfect
    Rikka 2 years ago
    Very tasty, would definitely make again.
    Cunha 2 years 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 2 years ago
    This is so simple and so good I’ve decided it’s going to be “Sandy’s Signature Dish”!!!!
    Michael Savage 2 years ago
    juicy and so sweet. Great flavor. paired with sweet potatoes.
    Brittany Blaszak 2 years 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 2 years ago
    The family loved it. Used a thick cut porkchop and diced my apple in larger dices the 2nd time making. Perfect!
    Alaina Sedar 2 years 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
    Plympton 2 years 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 2 years ago
    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.
    Anna Pellizzari 2 years ago
    Excellent! Easy! Love the maple syrup apple mixture! I used only 1/2 cup maple syrup. Mashed potatoes make a great accompaniment. I’ll definitely make this again.
    Marla Martin Nogle 2 years ago
    It was perfect. I added some fresh rosemary to the pan while cooking the pork chops and took it out when I took out the chops, it added another dimension. YUMMY
    Jennifer Buckley 3 years ago
    I had cut the maple syrup by half and was still too sweet, Added some Dijon mustard to cut the sweetness