My family has used apples for many great dishes, including this pork chop recipe from my grandmother that I adapted for two. It uses apples, apple butter and apple cider. My boyfriend loves it served with a baked sweet potato and green salad. —Heather Kenney, Arlington, Virginia
WHEN I saw this recipe in the newspaper years ago, I thought it sounded so good, I immediately went out and bought all the ingredients. Not only was it easy, the kids even raved about it. Almost everyone who has tasted it asks for the recipe.
--Lisa Polson, San Rafael, California
Two cheers for these appetizing chops from Kathy Kirkland of Denham Springs, Louisiana! “My husband used to get home from work before me, and one evening, he cooked this for dinner,” says Kathy. “We've used the same recipe ever since. It's delicious.”
Unusual ingredients add up to a delicious, stick-to-your-ribs stew with a touch of brown-sugar sweetness in this easy recipe from Susan Schlenvogt in Waukesha, Wisconsin. It's sure to become a fall favorite!
Tip: If you can't find pork chop suey meat, use 1-inch cubs of boneless pork chops or pork loin roast.
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Michelle Sanders of Fraser Lake, British Columbia says that this pork tenderloin is absolutely delicious and great for entertaining. Why? The quick prep is done ahead of time, and the grilling is so simple. "This dish is fool-proof!” she adds.