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Pork Cutlets with Maple-Spiced Apples & Red Cabbage

October/November 2005

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Pork and apples and red cabbage are meant for each other. Here all three appear in a mélange that brings together the Japanese tradition of panko-crusted pork chops with the New England tradition of seasoning with maple syrup and cider vinegar. Serve with a wild rice pilaf.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Fantastic!!!! Made some easy substitutions so I didn't have to go to the store...honey for maple syrup, bread crumbs for panko, regular cabbage for red cabbage and scallions for onions. Pretty quick and easy and totally yum. My family...
Pork Cutlets with Maple-Spiced Apples & Red Cabbage

2 Reviews for Pork Cutlets with Maple-Spiced Apples & Red Cabbage

10/31/2014
Anonymous
This delish fall dish rates a 5 plus!

Spritz on some olive oil instead of cooking spray directly onto the chops before baking. Panko provides the delightful crunch you only thought possible with a deep fry. Plus, the high baking temp gives you all that pan-fry pork chop-y goodness, even with the fat cut off.

Easy, quick. You can cook the cabbage mixture ahead
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10/03/2010

Fantastic!!!! Made some easy substitutions so I didn't have to go to the store...honey for maple syrup, bread crumbs for panko, regular cabbage for red cabbage and scallions for onions. Pretty quick and easy and totally yum. My family of 5 all liked it.

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Anonymous wrote 7 weeks 6 days ago

Caraway seed added to the red

Caraway seed added to the red cabbage adds more flavor. The red cabbage needs maybe a few rashers of bacon cut up. Good but not great.

Anonymous wrote 48 weeks 6 days ago

delicious meal!!!!!!!

delicious meal!!!!!!!

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