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Pork Chops with Apples and Stuffing

Pork Chops with Apples and Stuffing recipe
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You won't believe how fast and easy it is to create a pork chop dish any night of the week—complete with savory stuffing and baked apples.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
45 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
10/27/2009
I really enjoyed this and have made it a few times. So easy to put together!
posted:
10/27/2009
Have made this delicious dinner before. Really like it, I add 2 cans of apple pie filling, as 1 does not seem to be enough, but that is up to you. Hubby likes it also. This is a keeper!!
posted:
10/27/2009
I have made this many times. My family loves it!This time I had baking pples on han & wanted to reduce sugar, I made my own apple filling with 6 golden delicious & empire apples. added 1/2 c. nuvella, 1/2 c. raw sugar.1/2 c. water 1tsp. cinnamon. cooked aplles down about 25 min.(cored & sliced aplles, then cut slices in half. It was delish!!
posted:
10/25/2009
It was really quick to make and very tasty.
posted:
10/17/2009
Everyone loved this one. I didn't have to alter anything!
posted:
10/13/2009
Even my children that don't care for pork chops loved this! This was easy and a great recipe to use even for a last min dinner. Try it and you will agree!!!!
posted:
10/11/2009
Wow, that was easy and my family loved it! Will certainly make again. Thanks very much for sharing :)
posted:
10/10/2009
so simple, but oh so good!
posted:
10/7/2009
this recipe was so good. it is so easy to make. i was thinking about trying it with applesauce instead of the pie filling
posted:
10/3/2009
After reading ALL the comments I understand why it is necessary to brown the chops 1st. It gives them a nice color & searing them seals in the juices. I used the cornbread stuffing, but the pork stuffing sounds best. I did think the stuffing was too salty, so has anyone made it with something else as a substitute for the stuffing? Maybe a homemade bread crumb or cracker topping? I actually didn't see the stuffing was to be prepared & sprinkled it on dry. The moisture from the pie filling moistened it fine. I will make again, probably doubling the apple pie filling & adding dried cranberries.
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