First make a paste of chopped sage leaves, a little Knorr Chicken or Ham Stock Cube and some olive oil. Peel the apples. Cut each apple into eighths and remove the core.
Gently melt the butter in a frying pan. Add the lemon juice and dissolve the sugar into it. Gently brown the wedges of apples to caramelise them, carefully arranging them in the pan to brown the cut edges of the apple. Once one side is brown, turn them over and take them off the heat to allow them to continue cooking in their own juices.
Take the pork loin and flatten each slice, so it's just under 1cm thick. Spread each one with paste. Heat up a griddle pan. When it is hot, add the slices of pork loin. They will take about 60 seconds each side to cook. If you prefer, you can make this recipe with pork chops. Serve each one with a few wedges of apple and some sage leaves to garnish.
Try using Bramley apples for this recipe, but you could use any cooking apple.
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