Easy Caramelized Onion Pork Chops
Caramelized onions give the flavor to these easy to make pork chops - yummy! Great with parsley potatoes!
Apple Stuffed Pork Chops
A healthy, savory apple-y stuffing. You can make a delicious gravy from the pan drippings, too, if desired!
Easiest BBQ Pork Chops
This wonderful little recipe can cook itself in your slow cooker while you're at work. The chops cook up so tender! For all those non-mushroom eaters out there, puree the soup in your blender before adding it to the other ingredients.
Rosemary Sherry Pork Chops
An unbelievably easy and succulent main dish that can be made in one pan. You can substitute the sherry with port wine, if desired. The sauce can also be served as an aromatic gravy over potatoes.
Sage Pork Chops
These chops are so easy to make, but they taste like you've slaved over them for hours! Serve with roasted red potatoes and vegetables, if desired.
Sherry Apple Pork Chops
Chops baked with apples, sugar, cinnamon and last but not least, mon cherie, sherry! Simple, elegant, savoir-fair cooking.
Grilled Brown Sugar Pork Chops
The best juicy and sweet pork chops we have ever eaten! Our family favorite!
Sauerkraut-Stuffed Slow-Cooked Pork Roast
The tangy flavors of the sauerkraut cook throughout the pork roast. Quick and simple.
Pork Chops with Onions and Apples
I've always liked pork chops made with apples or onions. I decided to combine both ingredients to create this delicious recipe. Many family members and friends have requested it.
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Pork Chops with Apples, Onions, and Sweet Potatoes
This is so easy, so good, and so versatile! I've used pork chops with and without bones, pork loin, and pork roast. You can sprinkle the brown sugar, salt, and pepper on the different layers or all at the end, as mentioned in the recipe. Play around with the brown sugar and spices to your taste.
Momma Pritchett's Grilled Pork Chops and Apple-Pear Topping
Well, I have yet to really eat good BBQ pork chops. I was tired of the three or four different baking methods and I decided to try something a bit different. If you are not into sweet, then this probably isn't the recipe for you. I would suggest squeezing a bit of lime juice over the meat in order to break up the sweetness. I have never paid attention to what type of pork chops I had either, I just grabbed and baked...but apparently it is all in the cut of the meat! I also froze a few heads of romaine lettuce for about an hour, divided it up into 8 portions, and added Parmesan cheese and dressing of choice.... MMMM!