Alice

We eat pork chops about once a week. It was one of those foods that I first started making to stretch my budget, but then it just began to take on a life of its own. Now I love whipping up a quick apple chutney to top my pork chops.

Super quick/ easy and the tart/sweet flavor works so well with the savory of the pork chop. There's a bunch of great recipes on line. I like mine a little sweeter so I go heavy on the brown sugar and use a less tart apple.

Slice a couple apples into small chunks, add brown sugar, cider vinegar, onions, garlic, s&p, all spice, cinamon, and cayenne. I'll usually add some martinellis or another bubbly cider as well. Bring to a quick boil in a medium sauce pan, stirring frequently, then cover and reduce heat to low. Let simmer for about an hour stirring occasionally. After most of the liquid has been reduced you can serve immediately or cool it and store refrigerated until you need it.

It'll keep up to a couple weeks actually!! I so when I make it I'll usually make extra and just dump it in a mason jar for later. Gives me a good excuse for a nice pork chop night.

For sides, you can't go wrong with taters and carrots!