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Use hard firm apples such as Honey Crisp or Haralson which won’t get mushy in this tasty skillet meal.
Salt and pepper pork chops. Melt butter in 10-inch deep skillet until sizzling; add pork chops. Cook over medium-high heat, turning once, 3-4 minutes or until pork is browned.
Reduce heat to low; add apple cider, shallots and garlic. Cover; cook, turning chops once, 25-30 minutes or until pork reaches at least 160°F and is tender. Place pork chops onto serving platter. Cover; keep warm.
Add apple slices to sauce in pan. Cover; cook over medium heat 4-6 minutes or until apples are tender. Pour apples and sauce over pork chops.
Serve with prepared rice.
*Substitute 1/2 cup sliced onion.
Dietary Fiber: 3g
This recipe was easy to make and very tasty. The pork was very tender, and my son said, it was like eating meat with apple pie on top.
Great recepie, I did not have shallots so I used sweet onions, and I marinated pork chops in apple cider with onions, and garlic removed pork chops form marinade browned them and then added marinade and cooked, also I used center cut chops, delicious, will use this recepie again. Pork chops were tender, and not dried. Thank you.
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