Adapted from an oldish recipe book.
2 Bacon chops
50g butter plus a little extra
1 medium to large onion
Half a cooking apple (Bramley or similar.)
1 tbsp. sultanas
Slice a pocket in the bacon chops. Cut the pocket as far as you can without slicing right through.
Cut two slices from the centre of the onion for onion rings.
Chop the rest of the onion finely, fry the chopped onion gently in 25g of the butter.
Grate the apple (peeled and cored obviously)
Combine onion, breadcrumbs, grated apple, egg, pepper and sultanas.
Stuff chops with mixture, place in roasting pan and pour the other 25g of melted butter over the chops.
Place in oven at gas mark 5, 375F 190C for about 30 to 45 minutes. Baste frequently.
Fry the onion rings in a little butter until crispy and use them to garnish the chops.
I make a sauce/gravy with the juices left in the bottom of the pan, although as mentioned by Gravy Queen a cider sauce would be good too.