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(Note those concerned about their fat intake may chose to use corn oil or some other vegetable oil rather than the pork fat).
Recipe serves: 4-6
To quote Mme. Benoit, "The apples keep the chops moist and
tender. I sometimes use 6 to 7 apples, then I use 1 Tablespoon sugar.
Serve very hot."
Recipe source: The Canadiana Cookbook by Mme.