Pork Chops with Apples & Thyme

Fall 2004, The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook (2005)

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Round out this lovely autumn meal with barley and pureed winter squash (for added convenience, look for frozen squash).

"This is a fantastic recipe - the best pork chops I've ever made! I'll be emailing it to my friends and making it again for sure! "
Pork Chops with Apples & Thyme Recipe

8 Reviews for Pork Chops with Apples & Thyme


I made this awesome recipe for supper last night. It was so quick and easy. The flavors work beautifully together. I followed the directions exactly, which is not like me. Usually, I add or delete according to my taste. This recipe is now my favorite way to make pork chops!

Delicious, Quick, Easy, Yummy leftovers

Made this last night and was surprised by how much my husband loved it. I will definitely make this again; it was an easy recipe to follow and did not require a lot of time. I followed the recipe exactly as shown; but after reading other reviews I may add mushrooms.

Easy, quick, delicious

I agree with the other comment - these were the best pork chops that I've ever made also!! I used a honeycrisp apple and added mushrooms. It was delicious. Served it with mashed potatoes and broiled asparagus. The sauce was great!! I was worried that the apple would be too sweet but it was just right!! Also, I did not have apple cider or apple cider vinegar so I used white vinegar. I will definitely be making this again and again and again!!

Very Good!!

Very tasty recipe! It was extremely easy and quick to cook. I added the chops back into the pan right after adding in the liquid. This worked really well to get the pork cooked all the way through. Made brown rice and steamed broccoli to go along with it!

Easy, Tasty, Filling, Healthy
Very Good

Well I made this using chicken breast instead of pork chops (I defrosted the wrong bag) and it still turned out great! It was very flavorfull. Next time I'll try it with pork chops.


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