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- Generously season the chops with salt and pepper on both sides. Set aside.
- In a large skillet over medium-high heat, melt 2 tablespoons of butter. Immediately add the pork chops and cook until brown, about 3 minutes per side. Transfer to a plate and set aside.
- Return the skillet to medium-high heat and melt 1 tablespoon of butter. Immediately add the apples and onion and cook, stirring occasionally, until the onion is translucent, about 5 minutes. Stir in the brown sugar, cinnamon and cayenne. Stir in the apple cider and cream. Add the pork chops, nestling them into the liquid, and cook until the internal temperature of the pork reaches between 145 degrees F. (medium rare) and 160 degrees F. (medium), 3 to 4 minutes per side.
- Serve the chops with the apple mixture spooned on top.
Marlene 14 days ago
This was so delicious! My family loved this recipe. This recipe is definitely a keeper!
Vanessa Povish a month ago
I added 2 bags of frozen organic sweet potatoes to it. found the apple cider vinegar over powering so I added 2/3 heavy cream instead of 1/3. Also made with 3 Tbsp of brown sugar instead of just 2Tbs
Pamela W. a month ago
It was delicious!!! I will absolutely make this again!!
Joe Caswell 2 months ago
this goes HARD. eyeballed p much everything but i tried to be accurate to the recipe
Mandi Benson 2 months ago
So do we chop the apples and onions up or....?
Ashley Ann-marie 2 months ago
amazing! definitely will be making again.
Brittany Martone 4 months ago
I thought it was very good! Maybe could use a bit more cinnamon. :)
Susan P. 4 months ago
The balance of the sweet and savory is excellent in this dish.
Julius Jay 5 months ago
Came out well with a nice flavor. Delicious taste something different then I had before.
Rafael Novo 5 months ago
Did not enjoyed the combination
CleverCook 6 months ago
Great recipe both of my children love it and not time consuming to make.
L Lawliet 6 months ago
my family loves it and my mother especially loved that i found a recipe for porkchops that family loves.
Hungry Cook 6 months ago
The family enjoyed this, and I'll make it again. I had to cook again the next day because the leftovers were eaten.
LeRoux 7 months ago
Simple and Great. Added some roasted garlic potatoes to balance the sweet. 👌🏿
Sue R. 7 months ago
LOVED IT! Easy to make and delicious!!
Laurie W. 7 months ago
so easy and delicious! made it with boneless pork chops.
Mason M. 7 months ago
turned out great, i substituted heavy cream for 1%milk, and used apple juice and a cinnamon stick instead of cider. came out a little thin so used a cornstarch slurry but the flavor was amazing.
Giannone 7 months ago
I made this with boneless pork chops. It was so good and easy.
Kerri Loyd 7 months ago
This dish was delicious!
Wendy Haggerty 8 months ago
it was great. my son ate 5 pieces.
Keisha Redmond 9 months ago
Big hit @ dinner table!
Jacqueline Green 9 months ago
I didn’t like the onion and apple together. I’m not really a fan of the flavor.
Chris Westerhoff 9 months ago
Excellent recipe! It was easy to make and the longer the chops sat in the mix, the tastier the outcome!
Rick S. 10 months ago
Turned out perfectly. Quick and easy and above all very tasty. Will make again!
Jo a year ago
Delicious! The whole family loved it.
Stephanie B. a year ago
great everyone loved it
Leighann D. a year ago
Mine looked just like the picture! it was sweet and a kick of cayanne pepper at the end of each bite. Somehow apples and onions completely work well together. On the Menu list for sure!
Sara K. a year ago
Really good! added some ginger, garlic, sage and thyme! the kids loved it!
Greg H. a year ago
It was okay. we didn't really care for the ratio of cinnamon to onion; i would like to try this again with sweet red onion. All in all not a bad dish, just not overly impressive.
Pammy a year ago
This tasted wonderful but mine turned out a little too juicy. Next time will add a little something to make a thicker sauce..... FYI Katerina if you make again it calls for apple cider not apple cider vinegar.