Really really good. It's also super quick and easy. I increased the amount of crushed red pepper because I like a little more spice. Instead of garnishing with fresh thyme, I just seasoned the pork chops with salt, pepper, and dried thyme. Used a meat thermometer and baked to 152 degrees then let it sit for about five min which brought the temp up to right around 158. Served with some olive oil couscous and some steamed snow peas tossed with lemon juice, salt and pepper. I would definitely make it again, plus it was a cheap dinner.
Pork Chops with Apricot-Tomato Chutney
Roasted tomatoes have a bright taste that's perfect with apricots - which are themselves a traditional bistro pairing with pork. Altogether, here's a meal that only needs couscous and some steamed cauliflower or green beans on the side.