A delectable fruit sauce makes this easy pork chop dish Sunday-special. It's an autumn favorite when the children and grandchildren gather at our place for dinner after church. The chops simmer to a wonderful tenderness in just an hour.
-Bertha Johnson, Indianapolis, Indiana
Just six ingredients are required for the tasty mix that marinates these well-seasoned chops. Whip up the combination to marinate overnight, and you'll have dinner on the table in no time tomorrow. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
Like a stackable casserole, this cheesy pork chop bake has meat, potatoes and good-for-you green beans all in one dish. And besides the smiling faces you'll see, the best thing about this meal from Paige Austin of Walkerton, Indiana is that clean-up is a cinch.
"I came up with this recipe as a quick dinner for a finicky husband who's not too fond of pork chops," writes Amy Radyshewsky from Great Falls, Montana. "But these are so tender and good, he gives them a thumbs up!"
My family loved these chops from the first time I fixed them. They're as tasty in a skillet as they are grilled, so you can eat them all year long. The sauce is also fantastic with chicken. —Priscilla Gilbert, Indian Harbour Beach, Florida
Smothered Pork Chops shared by Simone Greene of Winchester, Virginia can be prepared in a flash using convenient stuffing mix. But they boast a delicious from-scratch flavor and will fill your house with the mouthwatering aroma of simmering apples, cinnamon and brown sugar.
“It’s a dish my Mom used to make when I was still living at home,” Simone recalls. “The sweetness of the apple mixture makes such a nice complement to the savory stuffing and chops.”—Simone Greene, Winchester, Virginia
“This is a recipe that my mom used to prepare when I was growing up. Our whole family loved it,” writes Bonnie Schiltz of Oakley, Kansas. “Now I enjoy preparing this same dish for my husband and our four children. They seem to enjoy it as much as I did when I was a kid.”
“I enjoy this one-pan skillet supper because it’s quick, and the cleanup is easy,” writes Dawn Goodison of Rochester, New York. “But best of all, my family enjoys these flavorful and nutritious dinners. Toss a salad while this is cooking and add hot rolls or biscuits for a complete filling meal.”