Pork chops are a favourite around the world for barbecues, roast dinners and casseroles.
They can be cooked in a variety of ways, but the traditional Irish method is with an apple glaze and a pint of cider.
The pork is usually then served with mashed potatoes and vegetables for a healthy and delicious evening meal.
Pork and Apple Cider recipe
What you will need
Boneless pork chops
Below are two videos demonstrating how to cook the apple cider pork chops, one with cider as part of the recipe and one without.
Cider Pork Chops
Grilled spicy pork chops with apple glaze
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