A really easy dinner to put together. I used two thick porterhouse pork chops. Since I only had about an ounce and a half of dried apples, I also added two chopped Granny Smith apples. Used chicken broth instead of water for a richer sauce. Delicious! The meat was tender and fall off the bone good! Cooked on low for about 4 hours.
This was pretty good, but be sure to pair it with a side that suits its autumn-based tastes, such as something sweet potato based. You could easily use 4oz instead of 5oz of dried apples as well. It's a good choice for a weeknight meal, seeing as prep took so little time.