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Pork Chop And Apple Casserole

Pork Chop And Apple Casserole recipe
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This easy casserole is the perfect marriage of sweet, tart apples and pork chops.
10 min
45 min
8 servings
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My husband is a meat and potatoes kind of guy and he loved this recipe. I added some brown sugar to the coating for the apples and I think I would add more apples next time. There are only two of us, so the leftovers will be awesome!!
My family loved it, but there definitely weren't enough apples to serve 8! I'll make it again (my husband and kids rated it a "10" on a scale of 1-10), but I'll double the apples and cinnamon mixture.
Add more apples to the recipe, and perhaps don't cook them as long. They came out a bit limp.
I love apple sauce with pork chops but this was better. Next time I will make it with double the amount of apples. Great receipe to serve to guests. My husband doesn't normally like apples with his pork chops but he liked this. He says I'm not allowed to make it the other way anymore!!!
I halved this recipe for my boyfriend and I. It turned out pretty good. Pork and apples are always a great combination.
I just made this for us and it was very good. It is perfect for the kind of cold day we are having here today. My 5 year old loved the apples, my husband cleared his plate, and I was very satisfied. We will be making this another one of our regular suppers. We have such a variety now thanks to Kraft Foods.
It was very simple and very yummy! Perfect for my type of life, always in a hurry.
This had great flavor but the apples were way overcooked. I think I may have sliced the apples too thin! I would definitely make this again but next time I'll leave the apples a lot thicker!
I added extra apples...other than that it was simply yummy!
I have made this for my boyfriend and I a couple times and we both LOVE it! I do only 2 thick boneless porkchops, or four thin chops and I do only 3-4 granny smiths, of course cutting down on the sugar ect. It's so easy to make substitutes, you really can't mess it up. I also glaze the chops with apricot preserves or something similar before I coat them with the bread crumbs. This is a great Fall recipe!!
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