Apple Maple Pork


March 6, 2019

Apple Maple Pork 5 0 5 4

Pork and apples - can't get any better match!

  • Prep: 15 mins
  • Cook: 5 hrs
  • 15 mins

    5 hrs

    5 hrs 15 mins

  • Yields: 4


Up to 1kg Pork cut of choice (chops,pork fillet or even pork belly) (I used pork fillet)

1 veggie stock cube dissolved in 150ml of water

2-3 granny smith apples quartered then halved

Maple syrup~about 200ml give or take

1T cornflour to thicken


1Slice apples,place in cooker

2Pour in stock then place pork on top

3Pour syrup all over

4Cook on low 4-6 hours depending on cut used

5Thicken sauce at end with a paste mix of cornflour/water


Submitted by Alison Battistuzzi


9 Reviews


September 29, 2021

This went down well with everyone. I used apple sauce, which I had opened, instead of fresh apples and cut down the water by 100ml to compensate. I also reduced the maple syrup by about 75ml as well and there was still plenty of gravy to cover our dinners. πŸ˜‹

Belinda B

February 14, 2021

I used a 1.3 kg slow cook pork roast from Coles and cooked on Auto for about 5 hours (coz whenever I set it on low I panic and think it won’t cook in time and switch to Auto!) The pork was deliciously tender but still sliceable and I loved the apple and maple with it. But next time I will use much less maple syrup (I used about 150ml) as I found the juices too sweet to enjoy with the meal. Would try this one again!

Lia Woodworth

October 2, 2020

I made this last night. I used frozen sliced cooking apples so just crumbled a stock cube over not add it to water other than that followed the recipe. It was gorgeous will absolutely make again. Thank you.

Karen C

August 9, 2020

A huge winner in our house, passed the recipe onto our daughters who love it too. Served with mash potato and steamed greens πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹

Margaretha Diek

May 28, 2020

This one was a winner 10 out of 10,I served with home grown silver beet and sweet potato mash

Laura Farrow

May 25, 2020

My family really enjoyed this. I used pork fillets, and ended up shedding them after they were cooked. I decided to use a hand blender to blitz the sauce after removing the cooked pork, and added the tablespoon of cornflour. Served with mashed potatoes. Yum!

Whole as per photo πŸ™‚


May 18, 2020

Do you dice the pork fillet or leave it whole. Tia

Krisha Guinea

May 29, 2019

Super easy. A winner in my family. Could easier make it really fancy by reducing the sauce after for a yummy maple glaze, but no need if in a rush. Makes a good amount of its own gravy.
I served with simple steamed vegetables.

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