Pork chop melts

Ready in 20-30 minutes

Easy

Serves 4
Succulent, grilled pork chops with rich, creamy, melted blue cheese - ready in less than 30 minutes

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition:

  • kcal467
  • fat34g
  • saturates15g
  • carbs7g
  • sugars5g
  • fibre0g
  • protein35g
  • salt0.82g
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Ingredients

  • 4 pork chops, about 175g/6oz each
  • 100-140g Stilton or other blue cheese such as bleu d'Auvergne or Danish Blue
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  • 4 rounded tbsp apple sauce
  • mashed potato and green veg, to serve

Method

  1. Turn on the grill. Season the chops on both sides with a good sprinkling of salt and pepper. Grill under a moderate heat for 12-16 minutes, turning once, until just cooked.

  2. Add the topping. Thinly slice the cheese (don’t worry if it breaks up a bit). Spoon the apple sauce over the chops and top each one with a couple of slices of cheese. Slide back under the grill for 2-3 minutes until the cheese is melted and tinged brown. Serve with mashed potatoes and a green veg such as leeks or broccoli, and with any melted cheesy bits from the bottom of the pan.

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Comments (36)

ruthmaguire123's picture

I have served this up 3 times now each time they all love it, including my 7yr old - hubby likes it heavy on the Blue cheese, son likes it heavy on the apple, I like it just right.

ruthmaguire123's picture

I have served this up 3 times now each time they all love it, including my 7yr old - hubby likes it heavy on the Blue cheese, son likes it heavy on the apple, I like it just right.

jose81's picture
5

Delicious - and I don't even like blue cheese! My partner loves blue cheese and loved this, perhaps I'd add more cheese next time as it melts down to nothing. Quick, easy and tasty.

gemzhere's picture

WOW! considering we arent blue chesse fans these were beautiful! top marks

shepparc's picture
5

Wowight for the first time and I'll never have a plain chop again...going to have this one night next week - 20 mins and it's on the table - wonderful

vanessa3338's picture
5

So easy it's ridiculous - so so tasty. Blue cheese can often be over powering but the apple sauce compliments & softens beautifully. Second time I made this I cooked it with a foil lining & doubled the apple sauce & cheese topping - this resulted in extra lovely bubbling sauce to pour over.

jncwatson's picture
5

Really easy to make and very tasty. I used danish blue which was nice and creamy

bonnierb's picture
4

Very nice indeed. The strong blue cheese goes well with the apple sauce. Does not take long to make. Will definitely make again.

meg_86's picture

surprisingly really nice!

swangrrl's picture

It stunk my house out but was absolutely worth it they tasted delicious!

fusionplus52's picture
5

tried and loved it, no more plain chops for me ! !

pawpads's picture

Fantastic and delicious. I used Smoked Applewood cheese and even my picky 6 year old son wanted some.
I can't wait to make it again.

patwhite43's picture
5

Very nice quick and easy recipe.

melanieharvey's picture
5

Really lovely! and so easy. A good way to use up some old stilton and the dregs of some apple sauce. Even my husband who generally isn't keen on pork chops rated it 8/10 the first time we tried it Plan to make it again tonight.

lizzafezza's picture
4

A great way to make pork chops more interesting. I have also tried this with cheddar and red leicester when I have had no blue cheese

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