Pan Seared Pork Chops Topped with Brown Sugar Glazed Apples and Bacon
Servings Per Recipe: 4 Calories: 646.6
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The recipe was awesome as is. The instructions are a little unorganized at first, but next time I will have a clearer idea of what to do when. Next time I will make much more sauce, as it was outstanding mixed with the rice that I served along with it. We will definitely make this again, but I will just make a much bigger batch of it!
This is one of the few recipes that I didn't tweak in some way.The recipe is perfect as is.It is so full of flavor everyone loved it.The pork apple bacon and brown sugar complemented each other wonderfully.This is now a dish I'll make over and over.
This is a recipe I created for Swanson but I forgot to mention...please use a non stick skillet or you'll have a hard time with the bacon sticking and the brown sugar from the apples will burn. While I'm here I'll give it 5 Stars...lol!
It turned out good & tasted pretty good. My sister who was over for dinner said it was scrumptious. I Don't know if I'd make it again though it was a bit challenging for my cooking experience. Also I prepared the recipe as directed with 3 exceptions. 1. I didn't use Swanson stock I used a chicken bouillon cube. 2. Didn't have a Braeburn a apple so I used a Fuji apple. 3. I didn't have any green onions so I used a small sweet yellow onion diced. One more thing I used applewood smoked bacon??
My husband really liked this. I didn't change a thing. No problem with sticking pans or not sticking apples. I even used a cast iron skillet! SuzieQ-The apples simmer so that the flavor of the brown sugar and the apples infuse the juices as well as lightly coating the apples.
An awesome recipe! So flavorful and moist. Made teeny tiny changes. I used thicker cut pork chops that I brined in apple juice with salt pepper and crushed garlic overnight I added NO sugar to the apple but I added about 1/8th teaspoon of cinnamon. Even though I cooked the bacon it really did not need it for additional flavor. Topped with fresh flat leaf parsley instead of green onions. I will make this again without the bacon or sugar. Thank you for the delicious recipe.