Pork Chops with Apples and Stuffing
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 45 min.
Unfortunately I had to use then sliced chops and even though I reduced the cooking time they were still a little over done and therefore a bit tough. However all the ingredients went together well. I took a tip from another reader and used fresh apples and a bit of chicken broth. Next time I think I would add some onion To the apples to give it up a bit more flavor. A good dish easy to make.
I have made this several times it is so good. I am going to use pork steaks this time.
Like this but with fresh apples not pie filling. Can add a bit of apple juice or chicken broth for liquid to make up for what is lost in the filling. I have a recipe that used whole apples, with the center scooped out and the stuffing inserted.
I have used home canned filling and regular apples. Quick weeknight dinner!
This is a great recipe, but my family found the canned apple pie filling too sweet. I instead sliced up 2 or 3 apples in the bottom of baking dish and sprinkled them with some cinnamon and sugar to taste. I followed the rest of the recipe as written.
I found this recipe years ago, first time I made it accordingly. I know make my own apple pie filling instead of out of a can. So much better! Family favorite!
Delicious. Made it with apple pie filling and now with Cinnamon flavored chunky applesauce. Wow. Real easy to make and only a fry pan, measuring cup and casserole dish to wash. My kind of cooking. Great for company and this recipe will impress anyone who like pork chops.
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I made this recipe as written using pre-seasoned pork. The pork turned out tender and moist. The apple and cinnamon flavor complimented the pork and stuffing. I plan to make it again!
A coworker gave me this recipe years ago. I can't find apple pie filling with cinnamon so I just sprinkle cinnamon on top of plain apple pie filling. I forgot to add the stuffing one time and the dish was still delicious!