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A healthful, affordable recipe. If you like a sweeter apple, use a Macintosh. If you like a tart taste, use Granny Smith. Apples are good sources of fiber. Serve with rice, and a steamed green vegetable or a crunchy green salad -- or both! If you would prefer, bake pork chops in a 350 F oven for 25 minutes instead of cooking on top of range. Using a skillet is faster, but uses vegetable oil!

10 minutes
Serves: 4



    4 small apples
    4 pork chops, 1/2-inch thick, trimmed of all fat
    vegetable oil spray
    1/4 tsp salt and 1/8 tsp pepper (optional)
    1 Tbsp vegetable oil


1. Core apples and cut into quarters. Then cut each quarter into 3-4 slices.

2. Heat a non-stick skillet over medium heat. If non-stick skillet is not available, spray with vegetable spray. Place chops in the pan and brown on  both sides for 3-5 minutes. Salt and pepper the pork chops (optional).

3. Push pork chops to the center of the skillet. Place apples around chops. Drizzle oil over the top of apples. Cook for 5 minutes, shaking the pan from time to time and turning the apple slices over to brown both sides.

4. Remove chops from pan to a serving plate; surround with the apples.

Nutrients per serving: 1 chop, 1/2 cup apples
Calories 250; Saturated Fat 3 g; Iron 0.9 mg; Protein 19 g; Cholesterol 52 mg; Calcium 20 mg; Carbohydrate 21 g; Vitamin A 8 RE; Sodium 42 mg; Total Fat 10.4 g; Vitamin C 8 mg; Dietary Fiber 4 g

USDA Food & Nutrition Services - Team Nutrition: Food, Family & Fun

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