Ingredients

How to make it

  • Combine half of spices together and rub on chops. Cook bacon in large skillet. Remove and reserve drippings. Cook chops in drippings in same skillet until browned. Remove and set aside. Add cabbage, carrots,onions, apple cook over med high for 15 mins. Add tomato paste, beer, crumbled bacon and rest of spices. Cover and cook 15 more mins. Add chops and cook uncovered until chops are tender. It is really good!!

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  • midwestguy 4 years ago
    sounds wonderful to me... i've been looking for a autumn recipe for pork chops and i think this is gonna be it!! thanks for posting
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  • sassyredhead 5 years ago
    Great!! I hope you try it. I like this dish because with the carrots and potatoes it is a one dish meal!! Well, it is great up here in the mountains. This time of the year the air is cisp and cool and this dish is perfect.
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  • conner909 5 years ago
    I almost bought pork chops at Albertson's today, but couldn't think of how I wanted to fix them, and expect to go to Costco tomorrow, sooo, I ended up making pot roast today. This chop recipe looks very flavorful, and of course I like the combo of bacon and beer and paste! I finally got smart and bought a tube of tomato paste rather than a can. I usually buy a small can of paste, use 1 Tbsp. of it, then freeze the rest where it sits in the freezer for months and months until I finally throw it away! Thanks for the buddy invite! We used to have a cabin in Lake Arrowhead. Key word here is "used" to! Love the mountains!
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    " It was excellent "
    gwencampbell ate it and said...
    I really like pork chops and always looking for a new recipe. This is flagged to cook soon! Looks so good, got my 5.
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