Baked Pork With Apples and Onions

This delicious Baked Pork with Apples and Onions requires no breading or frying. Simple to prepare and healthy, it’s my new favorite way to cook pork steaks!

Pork Steak With Apples and Onions

I have recently been trying to avoid gluten when I can. I am not exactly gluten intolerant. But I have noticed that when I eat too much of it, my ankles and feet swell.

So when I had some beautiful pork steaks to cook, I decided to try something a little different. I’m glad I did! This Baked Pork with Apples and Onions was a big hit. Served up with a side of Cheesy Potato Bacon Casserole and Brussel Sprouts with Bacon and Onion, the whole dinner was absolutely delicious!

Baked Pork With Apples and Onions

I started off by slicing up some apples. I personally used two Fuji apples, but I’m sure any sweet apple would work just fine. I made the slices thin, and couldn’t stop myself from munching a few slices as I worked.

Baked Pork With Apples and Onions - Sliced Apples

Next, I sliced up a big Vidalia Onion in the same way.

Baked Pork With Apples and Onions - Thin Sliced Vidalia

I lined a 9 X 13 baking pan with foil and scattered some slices of butter around the bottom . . .

Baked Pork With Apples and Onions - butter in pan

. . . followed by a layer of apples and onions.

Baked Pork With Apples and Onions - Apples and Onions

I laid the pork steaks out on top of the apples, onions, and butter . . .

Baked Pork With Apples and Onions - Raw Pork Steak

. . . and covered the pork steaks with more apple and onion slices, plus salt and pepper. However, if you feel like salt and pepper is a little too boring for you, feel free to kick it up a notch to suit your own seasoning preferences.

Baked Pork With Apples and Onions - Seasoned and Covered Pork

I covered the pan with foil and baked in the oven at 350 degrees F until the meat was fall-apart tender – two to three hours.

Baked Pork With Apples and Onions - Baked Pork

The Baked Pork with Apples and Onions was amazing. Tender and juicy, with just a touch of sweetness, my honey and I were very happy with the meal. Even my youngest came back for seconds!

Baked Pork With Apples and Onions - Served Pork

You know you want a big bite of this Baked Pork deliciousness!

Baked Pork With Apples and Onions - Delicious Pork

Served up with some delicious Cheesy Potato Bacon Casserole and Brussel Sprouts with Bacon and Onions, this Baked Pork with Apples and Onions meal was a home run all the way around!

Baked Pork With Apples and Onions - Complete Dinner

Simple to prepare, delicious, and healthy – what more could you ask for in a pork dinner?

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Baked Pork With Apples and Onions

Baked Pork With Apples and Onions

Ingredients

  • Apples - Your Choice of Variety - thin-sliced
  • Vidalia Onion - Or your choice - thin-sliced
  • Butter - sliced into pats
  • Pork Steaks or Chops
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Seasonings of Your Choosing

Instructions

  1. Slice apples.
  2. Slice onions.
  3. Line baking pan with foil.
  4. Scatter butter slices on bottom of pan, followed by a layer of apples and onions.
  5. Lay pork steaks or chops on top of apple and onion slices.
  6. Cover top of pork with more apple and onion slices.
  7. Salt and pepper pork (or seasonings of your own choice).
  8. Bake at 350 degrees F for two to three hours, until pork is at your desired level of tenderness.
  9. Serve and devour!
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