Friday, 21 November 2008

Toffee Apple Pork Chops


Why is it sometimes when you throw something together without any particular plan it turns out really well. Other times you plan a meal with such attention to detail and it is just so-so. This came about as I had two pork chops and a cooking apple that needed using. It was so tasty I had to record it.

Put the chops in a roasting pan.
Peel core and slice the apples in a little lemon juice to stop the apples browning and lay them on top of the chops
Pour some apple juice into the roasting pan.
Sprinkle the top of the apples with dark brown sugar.
Drizzle over some maple syrup.(I like quite a lot)
Cook in the oven for about half an hour.
Et voilà - dinner is served.

8 comments:

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

A delightful combo! Really tasty!

Cheers and have a great weekend,

Rosa

Anna said...

What a good idea!! I'd like a lot of maple syrup too, yum!

Kelly-Jane said...

That sounds great Granny, and I bet the apple kept the chops especailly moist too, mmm.

Victoria Sponge said...

What a great way of cooking pork chops. Another Granny recipe to try out. I'm making your rustic beef and potato pie this week!
xxx

Nickki said...

That looks delicious Granny, I love the idea of using maple syrup, one of my favourite ingredients! :)

Rhyleysgranny said...

Thanks everyone. It really is a tasty dish

Vicky hope you enjoy the rustic
beef dish. I have taken to making up the Rapid Ragu and freezing it. The lentils make a pound of mince go a long way and I love them. Really handy for making this too.

xxx

Victoria Sponge said...

Yeah the rapid ragu is great isn't it? xxx

Rosie said...

Oh Granny what a delightful combo - just perfect in flavours,

Rosie x