How to Cut Pockets in Pork Chops
Use small narrow bladed sharp knife to carefully cut pocket in rounded side of each chop, being careful to not cut all of the way through to opposite side of chop. Don't panic if it isn't perfect looking, it won't affect the flavor at all.
Serve with your favorite steamed vegetable to round out the meal.
For added color, prepare as directed substituting 1 red cooking apple, such as McIntosh or Cortland, for 1 of the Granny Smith apples. Core both apples, cut 3 (1/4-inch-thick) rings from each apple, then chop remaining apples and use as directed.