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Excellent but I made several adjustments. First I rubbed the chops down with olive oil prior to placing it in the flour mixture and I used kosher salt throughout the recipe. Secondly I added shallots while searing the pork and added chopped apple when it was time to simmer. The apples and shallots really made the sauce. Lastly I had no cream on hand so I used 1% milk and the sauce was amazing and still very rich. I think cream would of been too heavy. Served with mashed potatoes to soak up the sauce. Fantastic!
Very very good. Apple and pork is one of my favorite flavor combinations. For me the apple flavor was a little too subtle and I added some unsweetened applesauce which perked the flavor up tremendously. Also for me I would probably next time add some finely diced shallots. I can see the sauce being served just about anywhere fine food is made even without my tinkering:)
I thought this was excellent! The pork chops were moist and full of flavor. The smell of the apple cider while it was cooking was wonderful. The sauce came out perfect. I used light cream but I think I may omit this next time. It was just a little on the rich side for me.
I made this last night and it was pretty yummy. I changed it up a bit and followed some other reviews. I added some applesauce and used apple juice (no cider on hand) and added some cinnamon. I also marinated the pork before I cooked it with vinegar salt pepper and garlic. I think next time I will leave out the breading part as it just made a mess in the sauce for me. I also added some diced apples to the pan before I cooked the chops. Then removed them and added them back in when I added the cream. Overall I think this was a awesome recipe simple and didn't take all night to prepare. I will try this with chicken as well.
This recipe turned out great! The pork chops were nice and moist not tough. Let me mention one thing I used applesauce instead of apple cider (didn't have cider) it "melted down" perfectly. I also swirled some real maple syrup into the sauce and it added a really nice flavor!
This was delicious and a nice change. I did not have the allspice so I left that out as well as the chicken broth. I also added some sliced onion to the pan when searing the chops leaving them in and incoporating them into the sauce I also used 2% lactose free milk instead of the cream and it still made a nice gravy. I thought the apple cider taste would be strong but it was nice and light.
I tried this tonight and it turned out very well. The pork was definitely very tender and I tend to sometimes dry out pork w/o meaning to. I also used 1/2 apple juice and 1/2 apple vinegar like another suggested (no apple cider on hand) and I would recommend this as it adds a tartness however I would only add less than 1/3 cup vinegar and over 2/3 cup apple juice and then do add brown sugar to the cream sauce at end. I also added the shallots when I seared the chops. My Dad was over for dinner and he is a very good cook - he really liked it. Thanks!
wow!!! now this is an awesome way to cook chicken. i had to do chicken since my sweety is none too keen on pork. but i love the sauce...i licked my plate. it had a wonderful subtle apple flavour. brilliant!