Have made this a couple of times with either chops or a tenderloin, sometimes with and other times without the sauteed apples; either way it is very good and a nice change of pace from just the usual. Be aware if you use a tenderloin, it is going to take longer to cook and should be at a higher heat than what's called for if you use pork chops. Served over brown rice and sugar snap peas for a side.
My whole family loved this recipe! I made the recipe with butterflied boneless pork chops instead of bone-in chops & it worked fined. Prep time was really quick once the pork chops were brined. We'd definitely make it again...
One Star... because I don't understand how this recipe can be 0.0 mg Sodium?? The chops are marinated in a brine containing 4 tablespoons of salt. Sodium content is extremely important for some folks. I would love an answer. Thank you.
Really delicious! I would definitely make this again. Even my picky 9-year-old loved this recipe. I made this recipe for a special family dinner. It was easy to prepare and looked great on the plate. I served it with green beans sauteed with gorgonzola, bacon & walnuts and wild rice.