Bavarian cooking is hearty and satisfying, turning very simple ingredients into tasty dishes like this Bavarian Pork Chops and Kraut. Bavarian cuisine is country food that became popular in the 19th century with middle class households. It's hearty, simple and makes perfect comfort food.
Place sauerkraut in a greased roasting pan. Sprinkle with brown sugar.
Put browned pork chops on top. Season with salt, pepper, sage, and parsley flakes.
Top with sliced onions and sliced apples. Pour apple juice over all.
Bake at 350 degrees for 1 to 1-1/2 hours.
Recipe makes 8 servings. Sugars 22 grams.
Pork is now bred to be comparably lean to chicken breasts. You can even use pork chops as a substitute in poultry recipes for some variation. And, a serving of lean pork contains under 200 calories and provides nearly half of the recommended daily allowance for protein.
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