About this recipe: Tender pork chops cooked in the slow cooker with onions, apple and cider, loosely based on the classic Normandy Pork. Serve with creamy mash to soak up the juices.
Also nice with creme fraiche stirred into the sauce.
Pork was lovely and tender. Although I'm not a lover of cider these flavours are good together and it didn't overpower the dish. - 06 Apr 2011
Have cooked this a few times now and can highly recommend this recipe as per the recipe. It's now part of our repertoire. Thank you. We have experimented with Pinot Gris instead of cider and added cinnamon,ginger,garlic and nutmeg and cooked on high for 4hrs then low for 2hrs. We fry the chops to caramelise first,2-3 mins each side full heat. Also make twice the onion and apple sauce and freeze the extra for pork chops. Yum. - 19 Jun 2013
Really good flavour and pork was so tender. - 07 Mar 2012