Pretzel Crusted Smoked Pork Chops in a Weston Smoker + Homemade Applesauce in a Roma Tomato Strainer

These pork chops were smoked in a Weston Vertical Propane Smoker, then covered with pretzel pieces crushed in a Weston Manual Kitchen Kit. The pretzel crusted chops were served with fresh apple sauce that was churned in a Roma Manual Tomato Strainer by Weston.

8 pork chops
1 cup flour
2 eggs
2 cups hard sourdough pretzels
1 tablespoon butter

9 apples of mixed variety (sweet)

Weston Vertical Propane Smoker
Wood Smoking Chips
Weston Manual Kitchen Kit
Cast Iron Skillet
Roma Manual Tomato Strainer

Preheat your smoker to 200 degrees F and soak your wood chips. After a half hour, place the filled water bowl into the smoker and the wood chips into the smoking box. Thoroughly salt and pepper the pork chops, then place them onto a smoking rack. Smoke for 40 minutes, then check the internal temperature. Once it has reached 145 degrees F, remove the pork chops from the smoker.

Weston Smoker

Using a Weston Manual Kitchen Kit with the chopper attachment secured, crush the pretzels until they are small pieces. Remove the chopper attachment, then secure the beater attachment into the Manual Kitchen Kit. Use this to thoroughly beat the eggs.

Weston Manual Kitchen Kit

 Now, dip the pork chops into the flour, and roll them until they are completely covered. Coat the flour covered pork chops with egg completely, and then roll them in the bowl of pretzel pieces, taking care to completely crust them with the pretzel.

Over medium heat, fry the pork chops in a skillet with the butter for about 2 minutes on each side, or until they are golden brown.

Roma Food Strainer

To prepare the applesauce, quarter your apples and place them in a pot with an inch of water over medium heat. Once soft, load them into a Roma Tomato Strainer with the standard Apple/Tomato screen attached, and turn the handle. The strainer will send the skin and seeds into the waste funnel and perfect applesauce will pour down the chute.
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