These pork and apple recipes celebrate a delicious combination that’s been enjoyed for centuries. This delicious pairing never disappoints!
These dishes offer a symphony of flavors to delight your tastebuds and elevate your cooking skills.
Enjoy a hearty, comforting meal or a creative twist on a classic dish. These recipes are a perfect fusion of sweet and savory.
Every bite is a true culinary masterpiece. Let’s dive in and discover the magic of this delectable pairing!
Apple cider-braised pork shoulder is simply divine. The flavors of the tender meat and tangy apple cider meld perfectly together. This meal is perfect for special occasions or even just a cozy night in.
Serve it with mashed potatoes and roasted vegetables for a hearty and delicious dinner.
This is one meal your family will ask for again and again!
This apple cinnamon pork loin celebrates the wonderful flavors of autumn. The combination of sweet and savory works perfectly in this dish.
The tender pork is infused with cinnamon and topped with sweet apple slices. Doesn’t that sound mouthwatering?
Serve it with roasted vegetables for a comforting, filling, satisfying meal.
Pork chops with apples and onions is a beloved classic you can’t go wrong with.
The sweetness of the apples and the savory flavor of the pork chops are a match made in heaven. The onions take this dish over the top.
It’s so easy to make, too! It comes together in just 40 minutes and is guaranteed to be met with smiles.
It pairs wonderfully with a side of green beans and roasted rosemary potatoes.
This decadent recipe is perfect for feeding a crowd! The creaminess of the sauce balances out the tanginess of the apples and cider.
This combo creates a mouth-watering dish sure to impress. It’s cooked low and slow in the oven, so the flavors really meld together.
Keep this gem in your back pocket to pull out for special occasions.
Sheet pan dinners are easy to prepare and easy to clean up!
In this recipe, the different seasonings used create a complex and savory flavor.
The sweet potatoes are diced small and roasted in the oven with aromatics and oil. They have a perfectly crispy texture. The pork chops are baked with diced apples on top, adding a sweet and tart taste.
You’ll want this meal in your weekly rotation for sure.
Pork and sauerkraut is a classic and never fails to satisfy. Plus, a simple addition to this dish elevates it to a whole new level. The caraway seeds provide a subtle, earthy flavor to complement the hearty meat and bright sauerkraut.
The best part of this recipe is you can make it in the oven, Instant Pot, or slow cooker. It’s a convenient meal for any night of the week!
Tender pork chops, sweet apples, and savory vegetables are a majestic combo.
The dish is seasoned with fresh rosemary, which gives it a delicious aroma. If you don’t have beetroots, you can substitute them with parsnips or turnips.
Serve these chops with mashed potatoes and a side salad for a dinner to remember.
These incredible pork chops are seasoned with a blend of Italian spices and seared to a beautiful golden brown color. The fresh thyme adds a bright pop of freshness to the dish.
It comes together quickly, with just 20 minutes of prep time and 20 minutes of cooking time. It’s fancy enough for Sunday dinner but simple enough for weeknights.
Pair this meal with some roasted vegetables or a fluffy bed of rice.
It’s never been easier to whip up a restaurant-quality dish at home. The apples and onions in this sauce add a sweet and tangy contrast to the pork. Lemon juice and thyme bring all the flavors together in this dish.
The classic French dish is beloved for a reason, which you’ll understand after trying it!
This is the perfect thing to serve when you want to impress your dinner guests.
Pork tenderloin is juicy, flavorful, and always a winner at the table. It takes the classic combo of pork and apples to new heights.
By far, the best part of this recipe is the herb-flavored balsamic gravy to tie it all together. Drizzled over the top of the pork, no one can possibly resist it!
Roasted asparagus and scalloped potatoes are the ideal accompaniments to this delicious dinner.
11. Pork Loin Roast
I can practically taste the savory flavor of this juicy recipe just thinking about it. The combination of spices comes together perfectly to create a mouth-watering taste sensation.
The pork loin itself is the star of the show. The olive oil and unsalted butter ensure it’s cooked to perfection.
But the real kicker is the sweet and savory combination of apples, red onions, and minced garlic. Get ready to swoon!
These pork sausage stuffed apples are truly the stuff of dreams! The firm, sweet apples are a perfect base for the savory, sausage filling.
They’re made with a delicious blend of seasonings, namely thyme, sage, garlic, and onions. Red pepper flakes are thrown in for a little heat, and a touch of honey adds the perfect accent to the dish.
The great thing about this recipe is it’s a fancy-looking but so easy to prepare.
There’s nothing like a hearty stew to warm you up on a chilly evening. In this recipe, pork shoulder is cut into bite-sized pieces and combined with nutritious veggies.
The real treat comes from adding sweet apples and apple cider to the mix. These flavors make it a great option for fall dining.
The stew is very rich and hearty, thanks to the use of small baby potatoes. This is one meal the family will beg for!
You really can’t go wrong with a good Instant Pot dish. There’s minimal prep, minimal cleanup, and astounding results every time!
This recipe is filled with the flavors of fall, and it’s on the table in just 30 minutes.
It’s a highly versatile meal you can serve in many different ways. Enjoy it on its own, over rice, or even as a sandwich filling. The sky’s the limit!
If you’re a fan of the Instant Pot, chances are, you love the air fryer, too! It’ll give you a delicious pork dinner in a fraction of the time it takes in the oven.
The apples, red cabbage, and sweet onion are sliced thick in this dish.
With just 20 minutes in the air fryer, you have a hearty, delicious meal waiting to be devoured.
This recipe is a delightful and easy-to-make dish combining sweet and tangy flavors. And with seven ingredients and less than 30 minutes of cooking, it’s a star for busy weeknights.
The addition of apple juice to the recipe helps to keep the pork moist and succulent. It’s a treat the whole family will approve of!
Since it’s all made in one pan, you save time on cleanup, too. That’s always a win in my book.
Don’t be put off by pork belly! The succulent and tender meat is perfectly balanced by aromatic spices. It’s seasoned with coriander and fennel seeds, enhanced by the delightful taste of sea salt.
The skin of the pork belly crisps up beautifully. It adds a delightful crunch, which contrasts with the melt-in-your-mouth texture of the meat.
This dish will make you feel like you’re having dinner at a trendy gastropub.
This dish is a delightful celebration of autumn flavors on a plate. The star of the show is the succulent pork loin, seared to perfection to lock in its natural juices. It serves as the canvas for the other elements to shine.
Paired with the apples, the prunes add an extra touch of sweetness to the overall flavor. And the addition of marsala wine gives the pork an extra layer of decadence.
Trust me, you won’t be able to resist this recipe!
If you want a BBQ vibe, whip up this smoked stuffed pork loin. The coffee dry rub adds incredible depth to the pork.
The creamy Brie and crisp green apple slices bring a beautiful contrast to the meal. And the drizzle of maple syrup adds a touch of sweetness to round out the smokiness.
This dish is an impressive centerpiece for any gathering, big or small. Slicing through the tender pork reveals the delicious stuffing, creating a wow factor on the plate.
Pulled pork in a salad? Trust me, it works like a charm! The star of the dish is the crispy shredded pork. It adds a savory and smoky element to the salad. Paired with the healthy coleslaw dressing, it offers a tangy and creamy twist.
For the salad base, use a generous amount of greens. Tricolor coleslaw mix adds a pop of color and a delightful crunch to each bite.
Apple and rosemary are the ultimate flavor duo in this recipe. The pork chops are seared to perfection in neutral cooking oil. They develop a beautiful crust while staying juicy on the inside.
The apples are sautéed in butter and brown sugar, creating a delicious caramelized coating.
The contrast between the earthy and sweet flavors is something to get excited about.
This is another Instant Pot dish requiring only 15 minutes of your time!
The combination of green apples and bone broth creates a luscious base for the pork to cook in. The sweet and natural touch of honey adds a subtle sweetness to the meal.
If you want your home to smell amazing, make this recipe in the Crockpot instead. Cook everything on low for 6-8 hours for a meal no one will forget.
This one is a true masterpiece! The flavors come together in a delightful medley of savory, sweet, and cheesy goodness.
The Swiss cheese brings a rich and creamy element, while the bacon adds a smoky and crispy touch. This dish is a delightful indulgence sure to impress anyone who takes a bite.
It doesn’t matter what the occasion is. A baked ham always takes center stage at any gathering.
In this recipe, the apples become tender and slightly caramelized. They truly add a refreshing and fruity element to every bite. The hint of ground cardamom brings a warm and aromatic touch to elevate the flavors.
Of course, the star of the show is the ham, offering the perfect salty and savory bite. You can’t beat this meal!
Here’s another Crockpot dish you’ll want to put on repeat! It’s like a leveled-up version of classic pork and sauerkraut.
The mixture of whole-grain mustard and Dijon mustard brings a delightful tanginess. It complements the smoky ham beautifully. The honey adds a touch of sweetness to balance out the savory notes.
This is a tempting dish with a luscious and sticky glaze. No one will be able to resist its charm!
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