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Baked Apples Pork Chops

Baked Apples Pork Chops. Easy oven baked pork chops — with a few simple tricks, you can make juicy and tender pork chops in the oven with very little fuss. Sear chops on both sides until just browned, about 2 minutes per side.

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Remove the silverskin from the pork (optional). Cook 3 to 4 minutes or until browned on first side. Play around with the brown sugar and spices to your taste.

Brown The Pork Chops On Both Sides In The Butter.


Tender, moist pork chops surrounded by apples and stuffing make this quick and easy supper a great meal anytime. Preheat the oven to 400 °f (204 °c) and season the pork chops. Grease (or spray) a large baking dish.

The Aroma In Your House As You Bake.


Easy oven baked pork chops — with a few simple tricks, you can make juicy and tender pork chops in the oven with very little fuss. And these sausages are roasted to perfection in the same sheet pan with lots of chopped apples, fingerling potatoes and baby carrots, then drizzled with olive oil and honey and loaded with fresh herbs such as sage and rosemary. It is so easy to prepare and so incredibly delicious!

When Pork Chops And Apples Come Together Something Wonderful Happens.


Quick and easy ground pork tacos — thanks to ground pork, these easy pork tacos come together fast. There's just nothing like the combination of sweet, juicy apples and tender, succulent pork chops. Season both sides of pork chops with kosher salt and black pepper.

Place The Pork In The Oven And Bake, Uncovered, For 15 Minutes At 450 Degrees F.


Set aside, allowing them to come to room temperature while making the stuffing. Heat over medium heat 1 to 2 minutes. Put the apple slices in the bottom of the dish.

Remove The Pork Chops From The Marinade (Reserve The Marinade);


You can even make the filling in advance. Place the pork chops in the bag and shake well to coat, pressing the breadcrumb mixture firmly into the meat. Spread half of the mixture over the top of the pork.