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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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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!!
Super easy, quick, & quite yummy. Everyone thought it was very good - even my picky husband. I actually halved the recipe (as there's just 3 of us), though I added an extra small apple. I found it all to be very moist... it sort of made it's own porky, apple-type sauce while it baked. The apple mixture was a little on the sweet side, but not terribly... I may adjust for that next time. This one will make it into the regular rotation for sure.
My family loved it. The kids thought it was fun cause it was fruit and meat togther in one dish. My boyfriend absoulty loved the apples.
It was great and the whole family loved it!
I bought Shake -n bake for the first time in along time. The store had a recipe card - the pork chop and apples! My 8 yr old daughter made dinner that night!! It was a huge success!!!!
This is a graeat recipe. We used to eat plain old applesauce with our pork chops but now with this recipe we have it all in one pan, and its the real thing.
Simple and easy to make and a short baking time. Flavor is what it's all about and the "crowd went wild"! I have made this for three different occasions in the last 6 weeks and every time it met with rave reviews.
The pork was moist enough I guess, but the apple mixture was dry. I wish it was more like applesauce than cooked, dry apples. I'll possibly make this again, but put applesauce in it after it's done. I was looking for something to dip it in with each bite.
This receipe is one of my favorites. When discussing receipes with friends I always mention this one.
Not one of my all-time favorites, but still quite good and very easy to make. If you're looking for something other than the same-old baked pork chops, this is a good choice.
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