Cheddar and Apple-Topped Pork Chops are a great winter warmer. We aren’t having warm days at the moment and the nights have been chilly. This is a great comfort food, it’s also easy and quick to make. Pork, cheese and apple are a timeless trio, I am really partial to a pork sandwich with applesauce and cheddar, but the weather is telling me to make it all hot. So I decided to do just that.
For these Cheddar and Apple-Topped Pork Chops you will need:
4 Pork Chop (or enough to suit your needs)
200g Mature Cheddar, cubed or crumbled
1-2 Apples, cored and sliced
1 tsp brown sugar
Start by mixing your herbs, cheese and apples.
Put a few spoonfuls of the cheese, herb and apple mix on the top of each of your pork chops.
Pop them in the oven at about 200 degrees for around 20 minutes, this depends on how thick your pork chop is so up or down the time and heat accordingly. The cheese will start melting and you will smell the herbs. To finish them off put them under the grill to brown the cheese and meat a bit more.
Top your Cheddar and Apple-Topped Pork Chops with a big grind of black pepper and salt. Serve with a big helping of mustard mash!