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This was extremely delicious! I had 3 large pork steaks and I used 2 peeled Granny smith apples. Made as directed, except I used 1/4 tsp dried rosemary, and I used brown seeded mustard. Once I added the sauce, I simmered uncovered on low for about 1/2 hour. The sauce was delicious, the pork tender, and the apples still had a wonderful texture (not mushy). This is a definite keeper, thanks Lorac. I'm posting a photo too!
Very easy but very delicious. I would reduce the sugar a bit the next time. Other than that. It was great. Thank you.
This dish was excellent! I did add 1 Tablespoon of Cornstarch with 1/3 cup of apple juice at the end just to thicken the sauce a little. I will be making this again.
I was looking for something new to make for dinner tonight, board with the same old things and found this recipe and thought I would give it a shot, well it was a hit, my DH really enjoyed it, thanks for the recipe, I will be making it again
I enjoyed this recipe, but Dad felt that it was a little too sweet, that is why it was brought down to a 4 star recipe. Next time, i will reduce the sugar a little bit, and add a couple drops of red wine vinegar, I think it will help increase the sour factor a little bit. Thank you for this recipe!
This was a great meal! I'm a mere inexperienced student, so I cooked the meat a bit too quickly, and I used some good draught cider instead of apple juice, but it went down a treat! The sauce was strong, sweet and delicious, and the apples went so well with the meat. Many thanks! It's definitely added to our list of things to do with pork chops!
I have to give this recipe 5 stars for the simple reason that everyone in my family gave it the thumbs up!!! That seldom happens. The sauce was yummy, the meat tender, and it couldn't be much easier.