Skillet Pork Chops in Mustard Apple Cider Sauce are ready in just 30 minutes! Gluten free and great served with potatoes, rice, or vegetables.
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I love a simple and easy dinner for busy nights, and these Skillet Pork Chops in Mustard Apple Cider Sauce are great for just that. A one pot dinner recipe with lots of flavor, the pork chops and sauce are a perfect hearty meal. They always remind me of the fall with warm flavors like the mustard and the strong apple cider flavor. Fall is my favorite season so I am a fan of anything that reminds me of that time of year!
To make Skillet Pork Chops in Mustard Apple Cider Sauce, first cook the pork in a large skillet until they are at least 145F degrees inside. Get a good sear with some color on them but if the outside is cooking too fast, drop the temperature a little to make sure they cook all the way through. Set them aside and leave the oil and pork bits in the pan. This is what will give you a ton of flavor! Then add the onion to the skillet and cook until soft. Mix in the cornstarch apple cider vinegar mixture, and the apple cider itself. Cook until the sauce thickens and take it off the heat. Add the butter and stir until melted, finishing with the mustard and parsley. Put the pork back in the sauce and warm up over low heat if needed, and serve immediately!
I think these pork chops are best served over mashed potatoes, but they are also great with rice or any vegetable of choice like broccoli. I also am a huge fan of sauce. If you are too, you might want to make a double batch of the sauce portion of the recipe.