2539. Apple Cider Pork chops

This is a fabulous recipe thanks Audrey. I love your recipe postings. This was such an easy recipe for Pork Chops in Apple Cider Sauce. I don’t eat meat so I made it for hubby and the kids. The quick browning and cooking of the pork chops worked a treat. Hubby doesn’t like mustard or garlic and the children didn’t like the smell of apple cider when cooking, so everyone ate their pork chops without the apple cider sauce but used a bit of ketchup instead. They loved it. This is definitely a keeper.

22 thoughts on “2539. Apple Cider Pork chops

            1. Bruce Goodman Post author

              We throw the tongue in a pot of water, chop up 3 or 4 leeks, 3 or 4 chopped carrots and 3 or 4 chopped up potatoes, and this and that of spices – mainly rosemary and thyme – and boil it for about 2 hours. Then take the tongue out and skin it. Then continue to boil it for 1/2 an hour. Then slice and eat with the vegies, and with the stock in a mug.

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  1. umashankar

    What I like about the recipe is its modular feature —one’s ability to segregate the components and eat them.

    PS: Personally, I was never a fan of Mr Appleciderporkchops. I am sure his head is buried somewhere in the undefinable tracts between Russia and Ukraine. As for his headless corpse, I am not so sure.

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  2. Sarah Angleton

    I once read an ice cube recipe posted on Allrecipes.com, I assume by a fed-up mom whose family always failed to refill the tray. The comments were the best part. I particularly liked the response from one person who said they’d enjoyed the recipe, though they had tweaked it by boiling instead of freezing and including chicken and vegetables in the pot.

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  3. Nitin Lalit

    Apple cider pork chops sounds a tad shady. Pork chops with Ketchup sounds like what you’ll get in one of the pseudo-continental restaurants that you’ll find in the city I live in. For some reason, this reminded me of some of the food blogs on WP. You should satirise the fashion blogs next.

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