Do you like Apples? It is the season for them!

Everywhere I look I see apples and I do love them! I have a simple dish that goes well with center cut pork chops baked. You’ll need one apple (Granny Smith and one white medium onion). You can use your Toaster oven or regular oven for this super easy meal. If using the toaster oven line the tray with aluminum foil and set temperature to 400 F (max). Use your favorite cooking spray on the foil. Season your center cut pork chop (s), 1-2 chops, depending on how many are eating, or if you want leftovers to freeze for another meal. Peel and core the apple, slice, then peel and slice the onion finely. Add all ingredients to a baking dish for regular oven or onto the toaster oven tray. Make sure you season with salt, black pepper, cinnamon, cumin those are the main ones. Pork is one meat that has to be fully cooked through! Add one or two center cut pork chops (seasoned well) to oven add sliced apples and onions and let them bake away. The combination of flavors are wonderful together. Have time while they bake to relax, shower, change clothes, read a book, have a cup of tea or coffee. If your center cut pork chops are thick hold off adding apples and onions until they bake 15 minutes by them self, then add apple and onion slices. If using the regular oven to bake use 1 cup low sodium vegetable stock to baking dish then add seasoned pork chop(s), bake 15-20 minutes then add apple slices and onions. This dish is a family favorite this time of year! It is economical for one or two people and is very easy and flavorful.
Allow enough bake time (40 minutes) to fully cook pork chops!!!

I hope you enjoy! In closing, I wish you “Good Health” cheffie cooks easy 1-2-3.

I will post again to you on Sunday, if you have any comments or questions feel free to let me know how I can help.

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