These gorgeously Gallic Pork Chops with Apples and Mustard Sauce from the Tartine All Day cookbook are rich, hearty, and abundantly delicious. Bacon, apples, cream, Dijon mustard, white wine, and a touch of Armagnac (or Cognac) imbue the luscious pork chops with layers of flavor and create a creamy sauce you’ll want to get every last drop of. Tarragon and parsley stirred in at the end add a note of freshness and a bit of color to the dish. Seasoning your pork chops ahead of time (ideally overnight, but at least a few hours before you’re ready to cook them), improves the flavor of the meat and encourages better browning.
Reprinted with permission from Tartine All Day: Modern Recipes for the Home Cook by Elisabeth Prueitt, copyright © 2017. Published by Lorena Jones Books/Ten Speed Press, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC.
Photography credit: Paige Green © 201
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