Pork Chops & Parsnips with Apricot Agrodolce
This agrodolce (meaning sweet-and-sour in Italian) is sticky and tangy thanks to dried apricots, vinegar and honey. Thin-cut pork chops are great for a weeknight because they cook so fast. If you don't see any in the case at the store, ask your butcher to cut them for you.
EatingWell Magazine, January/February 2021
Credit: Jacob Fox
Serving Size:3 oz. pork, ¾ cup parsnips & ¼ cup apricot mixture
454 calories; fat 19g; cholesterol 63mg; sodium 552mg; carbohydrates 48g; dietary fiber 10g; protein 26g; sugars 26g; saturated fat 3g.