Granny Is Licking Her Chops

Granny Is Licking Her Chops created by Lorrie in Montreal

These little treasures can also be done on an outdoor grill -- cooking time is about the same.

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  • Pre-heat the broiler to high.
  • Broil the chops for 4 minutes on both sides.
  • Spread one side of the chop with chutney, top with sliced apple and broil for a further 2 minutes.
  • Sprinkle with cheese and return to the broiler for a further 4-5 minutes or until the cheese has melted and is golden brown and bubbly.
  • Serve with salad and new potatoes.
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"These little treasures can also be done on an outdoor grill -- cooking time is about the same."
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  1. Lorrie in Montreal
    So easy and delicious...very nice for a weekday meal or a special dinner.
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  2. Lorrie in Montreal
    Granny Is Licking Her Chops Created by Lorrie in Montreal
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  3. Judy from Hawaii
    The combination of flavors of chutney, apples & cheese was excellent. I doubled everything except the apples & found it was still enough to go around. I wasn't sure whether to broil on the top or 2nd rack position. I chose the 2nd & found it was taking much longer than 4 minutes per side, so moved the tray up one position to finish. My chops were a bit tough, but I don't know if that was the meat itself or the preparation. I don't usually broil pork chops, so I'm just not sure. But the flavor of the topping is just wonderful & I will be trying this one again. I served it with Silent Cricket's "Tony Roma's Maple Sweet Potatoes" & Country Lady's Pan Roasted Asparagus for an enjoyable meal. Thanks, Miller!
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  4. BogeysMom
    Oh my goodness, what a nice surprise this was. I actually made it because it sounded so odd, but boy was it good. I would recommend slicing a few extra apples on top, because the combo of a bite of pork with the apple and chutney and cheese is unbelievably good, so I got mad when I didn't have enough apple. Definitely a repeater in my house.
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  5. Millereg
    These little treasures can also be done on an outdoor grill -- cooking time is about the same.
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