Pork cutlets with Mango Chutney sauce

The average family has 28 minutes to cook a meal. Here’s an easy pork dish I prepared recently for a Global TV segment.

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Pork is a great value, and with the addition of a touch of sweetness will make this a great quick meal for both kids and adults alike. Pan frying pork, with a store bought sauce, locally produced, makes a great meal in less than 20 minutes.

Serves 4
4 pork cutlets, or thin fry pork chops
Kosher salt
Fresh cracked pepper
½ c flour
2 T canola oil
½ c mango chutney (Zinter Browns)
½ c chicken stock

Season the pork chops with salt and pepper, then dredge in the flour, shaking any access flour off. (Flour helps to thicken the sauce and create a coating but can be left out if gluten is an issue.)

Heat over medium heat till hot, and then place the pork cutlets in, and cook till golden brown 3-5 minutes, flip, and brown other side. Remove from pan and place on a plate. Drain any fat, and the chutney and chicken stock, bring to a boil, return the cutlets to the pan, and simmer for 5 minutes, until hot.

Serve with little potatoes, rice or barley, easy to reheat for lunch as well.

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