Monday, October 22, 2012

Applelicious Pork Chops

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A couple of weeks ago when I cooked up some apples for apple butter, I had extra applesauce so made one of our favorite pork dishes.

This is basically pork chops baked in applesauce gravy.  Applesauce goes so well with pork, and this dish takes advantage of that fact.  My applesauce was pretty chunky.  Purchased applesauce would be much smoother.  The brown gravy mix and onion turns the applesauce into a delicious apple flavored gravy to serve over the pork chops and rice, noodles or even mashed potatoes.  I don't use gravy mix often but love it in this recipe.  One could maybe use some instant beef bouillon instead.

It is an easy, simple dish that goes together quickly and then bakes in the oven allowing you to prepare the rest of your dinner.

Applelicious Pork Chops
4-6 pork chops
salt and pepper
1 envelope (3/4 oz.) brown gravy mix
1 c. water
1 c. applesauce
1 T. instant minced onion
1 T. mustard

Trim excess fat from chops season with salt and pepper, brown in a skillet and pour off excess fat.  Place in a greased 9x13-in. baking pan.  Stir remaining ingredients into drippings left in pan from browning chops.  Heat, scraping up any browned bits.  Pour over chops.  Cover and bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour.  Serves 4-6

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  1. Oh and I just happen to have some applesauce made from some very delicious Honey Crisp Apples! Yummmm!

  2. Oh Loy..that looks fabulous!! I already have everything on hand and will make this soon !!! MMMMM!!

  3. I think the chunky applesauce would be perfect! Thanks for sharing on Busy Monday.


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