"Pork chops with apples and sweet potatoes. Add a steamed vegetable, and you have a complete meal with out much fuss." — Niki
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(1 inch thick) pork chops
chicken soup base
1 (20 ounce) can
apple pie filling
sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into large chunks
Great recipe. It was very easy. I used about half a can of chicken broth. If you cook this recipe, don't count on eating the apples as a side dish. However, they flavor the meat SO good. I will definitely make this recipe again and again.
bad...unbelievably bad...followed recipe exactly...never agan!!!!!!
This recipe was so good, everyone in my family loved it. I used boneless pork chops. They were so tender they fell apart in your mouth. I did put the sweet potatoes in at the beginning because I can never get them completely cooked otherwise. The apple pie filling disappeared, so you didn't even know it was in there when you were eating it. Everyone in my family enjoyed this.
This was great. Everyone in my family liked it. I couldn't find apple pie filling and so used an apple & cranberry pie filling. I also put the sweet potatoes in at the beginning (in small chunks) and they were very soft at the end.
I have made this recipe several times. My family just loves it. It is so easy and delicious. The one thing I would suggest, make sure you have sweet potatoes, not yams. Yams (orange) make it sweeter than it needs to. The sweet potatoes (yellow) have a less sweet taste to them. You can also slice them leaving the skins on and place them on top to cook. They stay togethe much better and the skins can be easily taken off before eating (though they actually taste pretty good).
LOVED this recipe !!! In fact, I'm here adjusting the recipe to feed 10 people this weekend.
As someone else had suggest, I did add the sweet potatos right from the beginning.
Recipe is easy and your house smells "delish" all afternoon.
My family really enjoyed this easy and tasty recipe. I used the canned sweet potatoes as well and it tasted great. Thanks!
For all of the ingredients and trouble to put this together, the end result in flavor wasn't worth it. However, the chops were tender, only because I did not brown the chops for the full 5 minutes on each side. It's better to brown for about 2 min on each side and then let them finish cooking in the crock pot. I probably will not make this one again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
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Amount Per Serving
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