Pork Chops with Apricot-Tomato Chutney

I was trying to find something new to do with some boneless pork chops and found this recipe on EatingWell.  In their take on a lighter pork chop, the combine the pork with dried apricots, canned tomatos and some crushed red pepper.

The recipe is noted as just under 250 calories per serving, 10g fat and 11g carbs.

This had a nice flavor, though I think the thyme and apricot and lemon flavors could use a boost.  I’ll definitely try this one again adding my own spin and post the results

Check out the original recipe here:

http://www.eatingwell.com/recipes/pork_chops_with_apricot_tomato_chutney.html

The Pork went well with pan roasted cauliflower and baked sweet potato “fries”.  For a light but sweet finish, I served up some beautiful fresh blackberries and granola over agave sweetened non-fat greek yogurt  (shown below).

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