Recipe by PATERSKA
"Pork chops, apples and a soy-garlic-brown sugar Asian-style sauce. This is delicious accompanied with mashed potatoes & baked beans. YUMMY!"
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apples - peeled, cored and sliced
Not bad! I marinaded the pork overnight in worcest., soy sauce and garlic overnight to add to the flavor.
Sorry but this recipe did not meet our expectations... I also marinated it overnight and it was better the second time around... gave it a shot but not a favorite..
A fabulously simple recipe and so delicious. One of my new absolute top favourites on this site. I did find the recipe first on the UK site and the instructions there are to use a minced garlic clove, so that is what I used rather than garlic powder. The sauce thickened naturally and right at the end I added a touch more water as the sauce had reduced so much. I've just eaten it and wish I wasn't so full so I could eat it again!
We were not sure about the apples, but this recipe was very good! I doubled the sauces to make it a little juicer since we cannot stand dry pork chops. I also added few onion rings the second time I cooked this and it added a little something to it. Also, a friend of mine does this same exact recipe, but with peaches instead of apples.
This was so easy to make! My whole family loved this, the apples were an unusual but tasty addition. When preparing, I substitued apple juice for water to give more flavor. Chops came out soooo tender.
these chops were wonderful. I'm a very old fashioned kind of cook you know a pinch of this ect..... The only thing I would suggest is to make extra sauce and use extra brown sugar. I ran out of sauce really quickly so I had to use more. I made the sauce exactly to measure just doubled or even tripled it. Even my kids and husband loved it and thats amazing in itself. Yummy!!
I made these tonight for dinner and my husband loved them! I used granny smith apples and found that they were a bit tart, so I added a little more brown sugar. Also, after the apples were done, I returned the chops to the pan, covered it, and let them rest for a few minutes. The chops were perfect and flavorful, but I felt the sauce lacked a little depth. I plan to try this again soon and experiment a little with some other flavors. Great, easy recipe!
This was ok. It didn't come out quite as I had hoped. It was a little dry. It needed more juice. The apples soaked it up and it ended up more like a side dish than part of the pork chop sauce. I'll need to experiment with this a little more.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 36
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