This simple pork chops with apples recipe will be a hit with the whole family. Apple with pork is a classic combination that never disappoints.
Every family has their own stock of favourite recipes. Some of these have been in the family for generations. Pork chops with apple is one of these. My mum made it for a quick and easy meal on a school night knowing we would all love it. These days I make it for my own family. The plates are always clean.
Finding a quick and healthy recipe that the whole family love is always a challenge. When you work you don’t want to come home and spend hours cooking. You need a recipe that is quick and simple to make. These simple pork chops with apple are perfect. They take around half an hour to make.
Lean red meat is a really versatile ingredient which is great for many different recipes. Many of these are child friendly and quick to make. Think spaghetti bolognese, shepherds pie, pulled pork and many more. Red meat is also healthy. It provides a range of important nutrients. These include iron, zinc, B vitamins, selenium and potassium. Often these nutrients are low in children and toddlers so eating lean red meat is a great way to add them into the diet.
Red meat has been in the news a lot recently and its health benefits are being overlooked. To help show range of lovely mealy that can be made with red meat BritMums and the Meat Advisory panel are inviting bloggers to join the #HealthyRedMeat challenge. The challenge is to create a delicious family friendly meal that can be made with pork, beef or lamb.
Pork is a really versatile ingredient which is great for many different recipes. Apple and pork are a classic combination which is always a crowd pleaser. These simple pork chops with apple are so easy to make. First season the pork chops with a little salt and pepper. Brown the chops in a frying pan and then set to one side.
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Peel and slice an onion and core and slice some apples. Add some butter to the pan along with the apples and onion. Gently cook the apples and onion until the apples are soft, about ten minutes. Put the chops back in the pan and add a little stock. Cook until tender. You can use white wine instead of stock for a more grown up flavour. A teaspoon of sage will also add a little more flavour.
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A simple and delicious pork chops with apple and onion
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Galina over at Chez Maximka made a lovely Italian meatball and pasta soup for the challenge.
This post is an entry for the BritMums #HealthyRedMeat, sponsored by the Meat Advisory Panel