This was excellent!
I loved this dish. I did add twice as much ginger which made the chutney ever so spicy. Our guests were enthralled with it and asked for the recipe. I served it with sag paneer.
Maybe it was my peaches (it's early in the season) but I found the chutney to be pretty bland. Will probably add a splash of vinegar and maybe a dash of Tabasco to punch it up a bit. Pork chops are pork chops so the flavor will only improve based on how they are seasoned. I used S&P and Nature's Seasoning (my go-to all purpose seasoning) and they still needed a bit more flavor (or maybe more fat - today's pork chops are so lean they lack much flavor). Might follow other reviewers suggestions to brine the chops.
Will review again after I make some changes.
Great recipe! Made it a few times last summer and I can't wait to make it this week.
Great Recipe! Added more seasoning to the pork chops than what was called for but, it worked out great.
This was really good! a keeper. It was very easy to make and quick as well! Another reviewer questioned the coating, and I can say when I made the chops they looked the same as the picture. I think it's because it's just a light dusting with flour and not a heavy flour, egg, breadcrumb mixture. Hope that helps - try the recipe it's very good. The chutney would be really good on chicken as well!
Excellent recipe, also works with rosemary. Very easy to prepare. Even made 4 additional jars of chutney to preserve for later ...
There seems to be an error with this recipe. Photo shows a chop with no coating, just plain with seasoning, but recipe states dredge chops in flour. Just wondering if two recipes might have gotten mixed together?