Whether you want a quick weeknight meal, or something more special to impress guests, this Herbal Pork Loin Fillet Roast will do the trick.
Pork Chop with Apple Sauce
Pork chops are an easy item to grill or sear in a skillet while camping, to make it great though here is a twist on the traditional apple sauce accompaniment.
Unlike the modern sweet dessert style apple sauces, the original ones where a savory element with the fruit acid in the apples helping to cut through the fat in the pork while eating and in digestion.
This apple and pork relationship is now mainly visualized through the apple in a whole hogs mouth, while the sauce is rarely served or so overpowering sweet it has no choice but to be relegated to dessert.
1 sprig thyme, or to taste
1 tablespoon salted butter
4 pork chops
grill grates or skillet
Cook the two apples whole, this may be done in a Dutch oven, camp oven, or wrapped in foil in the coals.
When the two apples are cooked and very soft, scoop out the apple flash, being careful not to get any of the seeds.
In a small bowl, add the thyme and butter. combine well and leave for the flavors to infuse while cooking the pork chops.
Cook the pork chops to personal preference, this may be via grill, griddle or skillet. The pork only needs to be seasoned with salt, as the flavor comes from the apple sauce.