This is a really easy way to turn a boring pork chop into something mouth-wateringly delicious. The apple sauce chars in the pan to give the chops a a lovely sweet and sticky glaze. If you don’t have apple sauce you can use honey, maple syrup, mango chutney, apricot jam or similar.
Please excuse how teeny my pork chops look – I trim all the fat off! I served mine with garlic mash and braised bacon cabbage (recipe to follow!)
Pork Chops (as many as required)
Sprinkling of dried sage
1 teaspoon of apple sauce per chop.
1. Pop the chops on a plate, drizzle with oil and season well with salt and pepper.
2. Put a frying or griddle pan over a medium heat and add a little more oil.
3. When it is hot add the chops and fry for 3-4 minutes on each side (depending on the thickness of your chops this may take more or less time – you want the chops to be cooked through).
4. Sprinkle a small pinch of dried sage over each chop and add a teaspoon of glaze to each chop.
5. Turn regularly to ensure both sides are glazed. Cook until golden and sticky.
I can’t wait to make these again, my mouth is watering typing this!