Pork Chops and Applesauce Nothing is more classic than having applesauce with your pork chops, and this recipe does a great job of putting them together without causing you to break any Paleo rules. That’s the case here, and she’s using orange juice for the orange flavor, and pure molasses so you’re going to get a rich, thick flavor from these, and a well-coated chop. Instead of pairing pork chops with applesauce, this recipe takes it all outside to the grill, and adds onions for even more depth of flavor. Thick pork chops are stuffed with bacon and apple, delicious! Then I paired the chops with cranberry orange and honey goat cheese kale.
Whisk together orange juice, maple syrup and apple cider vinegar. Pour the mixture into the pan around the pork chops. The mixture will begin to bubble then thicken. And what goes better with pork chops than apples? Answer: nothing. Then, pour in the broth and fish sauce and stir until incorporated. Breaded pork chops smothered in a creamy mustard sauce.
These paleo pork chops are rubbed with a Moroccan spice blend, served over apple noodles, and finished with a date and apricot chutney. Apples, red onion, and garlic make a moist sauce with the perfect texture.