Like others, I changed it a bit, but these are really uyummy and its the pecans that do it. This is how I did it. We are both type 2 diabetics, so I used Splenda brown sugar blend. I floured and browned 2 boneless pork chops, put them in a pie pan, added butter and pecans and apples to the frying pan and cooked until apples were crisp tender. Added cinnamonand ntumeg to the apples while cooking. Then put one teaspoon of brown sugar blend on top of each pork chip and kind of patted it down. Poured apples/nut mixture over the top and sprinkled with one more teaspoon of brown sugar. then I put hte pie pan onto of a rimmed cookie sheet and added frozen sweet potato fries. Baked it all together for 20 minutes at the temp on the sweet potato fry bag (425?). Everything is done at the same time that way. Also you can add more apples or a veggie to make it a really big meal for heartier appetites. But great recipe! Made it twice in the past few weeks, its a keeper!
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Like others, I changed it a bit, but these are really uyummy and its the pecans that do it. ...