"Perfect for autumn, these baked pork chops are accompanied by seasoned apple raisin stuffing." — Campbell's Kitchen
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margarine or butter
Pepperidge Farm® Herb Seasoned Stuffing
boneless pork chops, 3/4-inch thick
paprika or ground cinnamon
apple slices for garnish
This was great with a few tweaks: I melted the butter on a pan and sauteed about 1/2 of a small onion (diced) until translucent (omitted the celery). Then I proceeded as directed except took another reviewers tip and substituted craisins for the raisins (I added about 3 TBSP). Next I seasoned the pork chops with Adobo and lightly browned them in a small bit of EVOO before adding them to the stuffing. Also, I used bone-in chops--they are way more moist and tender. Finally omitted the paprika and apple garnish. YUM!!!!!
The stuffing is very good but the pork chop is very bland by comparison.
This was great. I used craisins instead of raisins and added a chopped granny smith apple. Will definitely be making this again.
My husband doesn't like raisons, but I really loved this recipe. I had a little apricot jelly to use up so I put it on some of the chops, tasted great
Thanks for the idea. I made my stuffing with some multigrain bread slices (lightly toasted and chopped) plus a bit of crunch breakfast granola, and used a blend of applesauce and apple, blended craisins with the raison, some onion and melted the margarine. I topped the bone-in chops with a bit of cajun seasonings, cinnamon, raw sugar, a bit of honey and paprika. I cooked this at 325 for an hour (covered) to preserve moistness.
this was very good. Didn't have applesauce so used apple pie filling. Will diffently will make again
Dissapointed, I thought the stuffing and pork chops both came out fairly dry. I did use boneless pork chops, maybe ones with the bone-in would of been a better choice.
This meal was really good and very filling. I did find that my pork chops were a little on the dry side with very little taste. Next time I might try to stuff the pork chops with the mixture instead. Overall, it was good and I would recommend it to a friend.
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