This cozy dish is perfect comfort food for the deep dark days of winter. It’s aromatic, filing, and the type of yummy that keeps you coming back for seconds, and licking your plate clean.
What you Need:
One large onion
Pork-chops (one per person)
Salt and pepper
Cornstarch or Flour
Sprinkle a few pinches of garlic powder, salt and pepper onto the pork-chops.
Chop up one large onion, a few cloves of garlic, and a couple of carrots.
Heat Safflower oil in a sauce pan or cast iron over medium heat.
Braise the chops for about five minutes, until browned. Flip and brown other side.
Add onions and carrots to pan. Add cider to pan, just enough to cover the pork chops.
Remove chops and put aside, covered in aluminum foil.
Lower heat, allow sauce to reduce. Thicken with cornstarch or flour.
Put chops back in the sauce, and cook together for another fifteen minutes, or until chops are cooked through. Enjoy!
Featured Photo by Mark, Vicki, Ellaura and Mason.