Banging Pork Chops with Sexy Apples

Here is a great Slow Cooker Sunday Recipe.


2-4 Boneless Pork Chops

6 Medium Apples- cut into medium thick slices

1 Large Onion- sliced

1/4 Cup Brown Sugar

1 Tablespoon of vinegar (apple cider vinegar is the best)

1 Tablespoon of soy sauce

1 Tablespoon cooking oil (or butter)

2 Tablespoons of Water

Salt, Pepper, and Garlic Powder

1 Tablespoon of Corn starch and 1/2 cup of water to thicken the sauce if desired

Directions- Over medium heat warm oil (or butter) in a frying pan.  Meanwhile, generously salt, pepper, and garlic each side of the pork chops.

Place pork chops in frying pan and brown each side (only takes about 3 min per side).

Place pork chops in the slow cooker.  Layer onion, and apples on top of pork chops.

Remove frying pan from the stove and place water, vinegar, and brown sugar, and soy sauce.  Stir in pan until sauce is smooth.

Poor the sauce over the pork chops and apple mixture.

Cook on low for about 4 hours or until meat thermometer reads a minimum of 145 degrees.

Once done cooking take pork chops and apple mixture out place in foil to keep warm.

Pour juices from slow cooker into a pan.

Take 1/2 cup of water and corn starch and mix together in a bowl to make slurry.

Pour slurry into pan with juices and heat to a simmer until juices thicken.

Eat pork chops with apples and sauce poured on top.

Tastes great with rice!

Enjoy this slow cooked country dinner with the perfect centerpiece for your table.

Our farm tray!  Let the slow cooker work while you shop!

Farm Tray

Painted Wooden Tray that measures 11″ wide by 5¼” high. Use as a centerpiece on your table. This tray is also a cute way to serve guests drinks.



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