Sunday, March 14, 2010

Apple Pork Chops

I told some women in Relief Society that I'd give them a recipe for a meal that can be prepared in a few minutes. This one is from I did a "re-do" on the recipe they have online and made it into a crockpot dinner.

• 1 package (6 ounces) cornbread Stovetop Stuffing Mix (1½ cups boiling water, 4 Tablespoons butter)
• 1 can apple pie filling (21 ounces)
• 6 boneless pork chops (1-1½ pounds), ¾-inches thick

 Line a crockpot with a crockpot liner.
 Prepare the stuffing as directed on the package (boil water, add butter, stir in stuffing).
 Put the pie filling in the bottom of the lined crockpot. Lay the pork chops on top of the pie filling. Layer the stuffing over the chops and apples.
 Turn crockpot on low. Cook for six to eight hours or until the pork chops are done (160ºF).

Grandpa John, Melissa, Grandma Loo, Marty and I all thought it was really good. If you want, instead, you could sauté sliced apples in a little bit of butter and cinnamon, but easy is what we're going for here. And have I mentioned (twice) that you need to line your crockpot? We just threw the bag away. ZERO cleanup. Our bags are called "Reynolds® Slow Cooker Liners."


  1. This morning Steve was skyping with Richard in Dubai and Sam kept interrupting and saying, "This skype session was brought to you by... [insert random product]."

    So, this post was brought to you by Reynolds! :-)

  2. Oh, and also, have you tried the pork chops without making the stuffing first but just throwing the ingredients in? I actually think it would work fine (and would save some hassle, which is what the crock pot is for, right?) xok