These bone-in pork chops are seared and served topped with a sweet apple cider glaze – a fitting recipe for fall. I usually serve these pork chops alongside some whipped Cheddar potatoes which contrasts with the sweetness of the apples.
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How long does it typically take for the glaze to set? The two times I’ve made this recipe it turns out more like a broth. Is that correct or should it thicken?
It should only take a few minutes (I’d say 4-5) – it should be just a little thicker than a broth so it sounds like you may want to simmer it a bit longer! But without adding additional sugar or flour it won’t thicken too much.
I love cooking with this cut, and your recipe looks delish! Can’t wait to try it!
Me too – plus the bone-in is more aesthetically pleasing 🙂 Hope you enjoy the recipe!