An easy-to-make sauce gives everyday pork chops a flavor boost. You could make this recipe with boneless pork chops, but bone-in chops have more flavor and won’t overcook as easily.
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This was super easy and very tasty
Delicious. I used more apple than called for as my kids love the apple pan sauce. Cooking method for chops is perfect to keep them juicy. Served with scalloped potatoes and peas. If I have leftovers I make sandwiches/paninis and use the apple pan sauce as a "spread" alone or mixed into mayo. Delish!!!!!
Made this last night. Very simple and quick. Like other reviews posted, Dijon mustard is very strong and apple does not shine through. Used boneless pork chops and it was very moist and tender. Will make again next time but with less Dijon mustard.
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