Pork Chop with Apple Butter and Onion

Pork Chop with Apple Butter and Onion is a quick and easy one-pan recipe that makes dinner a snap!

Pork Chop with Apple Butter and Onion

Pork Chop with Apple Butter and Onion


1 boneless pork chop, 4 oz

Poultry Seasoning



2 tsp olive oil, divided

¼ sweet onion, thinly sliced

1 ½ tsp apple cider vinegar

2 tbsp Old Fashioned Apple Butter


Preheat oven to 400℉.

Heat 1 tsp olive oil in an oven-safe skillet over medium-high heat.  Dry pork chop with a paper towel and sprinkle with rosemary, salt and pepper.

Place pork chop in pan and sear on both sides.  Remove from the pan.

Lower heat to medium-low and add remaining olive oil and onions to the skillet.  Cook, string frequently, until soft and lightly browned.  Deglaze pan with vinegar.

Top with pork chop and apple butter and place in oven.

Bake for 8-10 minutes or to an internal temperature of 150℉.  Allow to rest for 5 minutes before serving.


1 serving, 280 calories



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4 Replies to “Pork Chop with Apple Butter and Onion”

  1. I want to prepare this Pork Chops recipe for an unforgettable dinner. This dish reminds me of the delicious flavor and fragrant aroma of fall, perfect for chilly days. Adding crisp apples and red onion make this dish a perfectly seasoned, oven-baked delicacy. For the finishing touch, I’ll make a quick and easy sauce with the special flavor of apple cider vinegar, which gives just the right flavor to this recipe.

  2. I like how the recipe for pork and onions is for one serving. A lot of people live alone, especially now with Covid, and usually do not want to cook for themselves. However, since this serving is for one, it may inspire people to cook. This is a great idea especially for elderly people. Thanks so much for presenting your recipe this way! You could even adapt it to more people by multiplying the ingredients by how many servings you want. Genius!


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