Pork Chops with Apple Juice

Pork Chops With Apple Juice Recipe

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JeannetteViers NormanWalker

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@JeannetteViers_NormanWalker

This is a new favorite in my family. I just thought of this last night. The Pork Loins were delicious and juicy. I have always liked Apple Sauce on the side with my pork chops. So, I have experimented with cooking sliced apples with Pork Chops. I didn't like that very much. Last night I cooked some lean Pork Loins. This time, I just added apple juice in the pan when I cooked my Pork Loins. I am glad I tried this. I had to share it. Yum, Yum. And so simple.

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Serves:
6
Prep:
5 Min
Cook:
45 Min
Method:
Stove Top

Ingredients

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4
pork chop loins
- dash(es)
garlic
8
basil leaves, or dried to cover pork chops
1 to 2 c
apple juice
pinch pinch
salt

How to Make Pork Chops with Apple Juice

Step-by-Step

  • 1Warm Skillet to medium heat or 180 degrees electric skillet.
  • 2Add pork chops. Season with Garlic and cover pork chops with Basil Leaves, or dried Basil
  • 3Pour in 1 cup Apple Juice, (or more) to almost cover pork chops. Be sure to leave tops without liquid so not to wash away the seasonings.
  • 4Cover skillet and cook for about fifteen minutes.
  • 5Check pork chops often to make sure they don't get too done or apple juice dries out. When the pan is getting brown on the bottom, turn the chops over and cook approximately 30 minutes more.
  • 6Serve hot. Pour juice on potatoes or bread. or make a gravy with the juices. Yum, Yum

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About Pork Chops with Apple Juice

Course/Dish: Pork
Main Ingredient: Pork
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: Quick & Easy




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