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Bring a little bit of summer and fall together with these Pork Chops with Sautéed Apples and Peaches dish.
Each year after Labor Day, I start to focus more on fall inspired flavors. It can still be a scorching 90 degrees outside but I think of pumpkin spice, apple pies and tons of delicious butternut squash dishes just waiting to be roasted in the oven. Today, I’m combining these two seasons with this Pork Chops with Sautéed Apples and Peaches recipe. I can’t quite let summer go so I combined a little bit of summer with the peaches and married it with the apples which remind me of Fall. It’s a winning combination when paired with these seared pork chops in a broth and white wine sauce.
This recipe first started off with a little bit of help from Pompeian with some good quality olive oil for cooking. I’ve teamed up with them to share Several Ways to Identify Good Quality Olive Oil.
These Pork Chops with Sautéed Apples and Peaches is a flavorful and healthy way to enjoy your dinner. It incorporates fruit and meat into your daily diet while adding a little bit of extra flavor from the herbs and sauce. My family enjoyed this quick meal and we look forward to dining on it again in the near future.
In a skillet over medium heat add the olive oil and coat the entire pan. Season the pork chops generously with salt and pepper on each side. Add to the skillet and sear each side for 5-6 minutes and then remove from skillet.
Add apple slices to the skillet along with the butter. Saute for 3 minutes and then add in peaches. Stir in the broth, nutmeg, wine and thyme. Bring to a boil and then add in the pork chops.
Place skillet on low heat and cook for an additional 5-8 minutes or until pork chops or cooked through.
Serve with parsley as an extra garnish.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of Pompeian Olive Oil. All opinions are 100% my own and I appreciate your support on the brands that we love.