Unlike some reviewers, I truly appreciate reading reviews where lots of changes have been made -- it gets the creative juices flowing. Plus,it's a rare recipe that doesn't have two or more ingredients that my food sensitivities do not allow.
So I tweak based on those sensitivities, on what I picked up at the CSA in a given week, and on what suggestions other reviewers have provided.
So... after browning the chops (usually in bacon grease or olive oil), I remove them and throw in onions After they caramelize, I throw in as much or as little garlic a I want, followed shortly by caraway seeds. Then I add root vegetables -- the first time parsnips, and this time a carrot and a watermelon radish -- and add low-sodium organic chicken broth. The chops go in next, and then I dollop apple sauce and sauerkraut on top of that. Cover and simmer until the veggies are tender enough and the pork has reached recommended internal temp.
The flavors together are unbelievable, and it's an easy, quick, and nutritious one-pot meal.
Thanks to PETEIYC and all the helpful reviewers.
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