My parents were away for the past couple weeks on a tour of the mid-west and while they were gone, for some reason, I cooked up a storm. My grandparents were thrilled with my sudden burst of energy to cook. My grandfather enjoyed a couple meals from these tender pork chops and my grandmother loved the addition of apples. Heck, she didn’t really care what I made, she just liked the fact that my grandfather was happy and she didn’t have to cook!
*1 tbsp crushed garlic
Adapted from Betty Crocker
The beef broth is optional. Add more if you feel like you want more liquid/gravy. My grandfather loves some sort of a gravy, even if it is flavored beef broth. He isn’t picky, the broth just needs to be there ;). Be sure to check out our how to cook tender pork chops if you struggle with tough chops. The meat tenderizer is the trick. On another note, I am sharing a few beautiful fall rooms over at Better Homes and Gardens, come say hello! Happy cooking and happy weekend!
For another delicious meal option, try this Slow Cooker Mississippi Pot Roast!