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Curried Mango Pork Chops

Busy night? Then you need these delicious, flavor-packed, 30-minute Curried Mango Pork Chops on your dinner table! Just 6 ingredients (with garnishes) and in less than 30 minutes you can have a delicious, flavor-packed dinner on your table.

Curried Mango Pork Chops

Is it just me or has there been a major spike in technological advancements recently?

Just the other day I read about these new-fangled, contact lenses with a built-in, blink-triggered, camera in them. Then I heard about the line of completely solar-powered GoSun stoves and grills. Which were in the same article with The Nima which can detect gluten in foods in less than 2 minutes – which would be a huge breakthrough if you suffer from Celiac disease.

Shortly after, I saw an EHang drone that could carry a passenger in it and started dreaming of all the pros of having one of these!

Just imagine – I could come to each and every one of y’alls homes and personally sample the delectable eats y’all post – no more licking the screen for this gal!

Curried Mango Pork Chops

Of course, all these gadgets and gizmos started to get me excited as I was hoping that someone, somewhere would come up with a mango peeler-and-cuber – but alas, my hope was to no avail.

You see, I adore mangoes – and often go overboard when I run into ripe, juicy mangoes at Walmart! But, mangoes take time to be peeled and cubed.

I hate to confess this, but sometimes, I just slice into a mango and simply suck the flesh off the skin – yes, it’s a messy sight, but hey, when you are a hardcore mango lover, you get dogs and have them lick the mess up!
Just kidding.

Recently I’ve resorted to pureeing some of the mangoes I bring home from Walmart in an attempt to make them last longer. I then use that puree in baked goods soups, dips, and marinades like this Curry Mango Marinade that enveloped these spiced boneless pork chops – which I also happened to pick up from Walmart when I was stocking up on ripe mangoes!

Curried Mango Pork Chops

Getting back to these Curried Mango Pork Chops:

In order to get a tastebud-tingling mix of sweet and spicy, I used a curry powder and paprika dry rub on these Boneless Pork Chops.

Then I pan sauteed them to seal in that first layer of flavor before smothering them with paprika and curry-spiced mango marinade.

Just 6 ingredients (with garnishes) and in less than 30 minutes you can have a delicious, flavor-packed dinner on your table.

My daughter and I enjoyed these Curried Mango Pork Chops with a side of roasted broccoli and a dipping sauce of the thickened Curry Mango marinade – you can add in some brown rice or rolls as well.

Curried Mango Pork Chops

Smithfield farms made a quick video of these Curried Mango Pork Chops and I am hoping it will convince y’all to get cooking!

Curried Mango Pork Chops

Curried Mango Pork Chops

4.58 from 14 votes
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Prep Time: 4 minutes
Cook Time: 14 minutes
Total Time: 18 minutes
Servings: 5 Pork Chops
Author: Shashi
Busy night? then you need these delicious, flavor-packed Curried Mango Pork Chops on your dinner table!


Dry Rub consisting of:

  • 2 teaspoons smoked paprika
  • 1 teaspoon curry powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon black pepper

For the Curried Mango Glaze/Sauce:

  • 1/2 teaspoon curry
  • 1/2 teaspoon smoked paprika
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 fresh ripe mango – pureed

Cook and garnish with:

  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • cilantro and red pepper flakes to garnish
  • 5 pork chops


  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees
  • Make the marinade/sauce in a small pan, by adding the pureed mango, curry, paprika and salt together and place over a low flame and let simmer
  • Make the dry rub by mixing the smoked paprika, curry powder, salt and pepper together
  • Rub each of the pork chops with the dry rub on each side
  • Add olive oil to an oven-safe pan and, when hot, add pork chops to pan and sear for 1-2 minutes on each side
  • Then add a tablespoon or so of curried mango glaze to each of the pork chops
  • And place pan with pork chops in the preheated oven for 10 minutes
  • Meanwhile, take curried mango marinade/sauce off the stove top when it has thickened some (total of 7 minutes)
  • When pork chops are done, remove from the oven and let sit for 5 minutes
  • Serve garnished with cilantro and papper flakes if desired and Curried Mango sauce on the side.


Serving: 1g | Calories: 423kcal | Carbohydrates: 11g | Protein: 41g | Fat: 23g | Saturated Fat: 6g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 14g | Cholesterol: 132mg | Sodium: 512mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 9g
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  1. […] nights I whip up a spicy pineapple pork salad, or some sweet and spicy pork chops, or even some curried mango pork chops to enjoy. Other nights, I put together a bowl of Turmeric Cauliflower Mash with some […]

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  5. Raymund says:

    Thats a nice pork dish you have in there, good blend ofcontrasting flavours

  6. Jeanette Hammond says:

    All the food looks so delicious it is hard to just pick one meal.

  7. linda smithmyer says:

    This looks yummy ,I love pork!

  8. Carol ONeil says:

    The Mango Glaze Pork Chops look so yummy! #AllNaturalPOrkSweepstakes.

  9. Robyn Cobb says:

    that looks soooo good

  10. Boy I had to do a whole lot of scrolling to get to the comments here. People obviously think the same as me. Wow!
    These look amazing, and I too wish I could have one of those drones deliver a plate of these right now. First a dry rub of a curry mix then the mango glaze elevates these beauties! When do you deliver Shashi?

  11. Deborah Caudill says:

    I think your recipe sounds wonderful and I don’t think I could improve it in anyway. My 92 year old mom uses pineapple with pork since you asked about what fruit we would use. Of course, when I was growing up you couldn’t buy mangos locally (NC). I am glad that is not the case now. I am a terrible cook and have never cooked pork, or much of anythinv else. My mom wouldn’t let my sister or me in the kitchen because she said we might get her curtains wet when we washed dishes, so neither of us had ever cooked or washed a dish when we married. My sis became a great cook, but not me. My husband cooked and our son is a wonderful cook too. I will definitely pass this recipe on to them.

  12. Holy flavor batman! These pork chops sound amazing!
    As a hardcore mango lover myself (I have been known to eat 3 a day when in season…and let’s not talk about how fast I eat the bags of frozen mango from TJs…it’s not cute), I feel for you on the pain in the tush of pealing and cubing mangos. I have thought a lot about this dilemma over the past 20 years and I have developed a method. I’m curious what your method is…other than sucking off the flesh! LOL!

  13. Wanda Patterson says:

    I wish my food looked half as good as this.

  14. Ann Sheehan says:

    Lemon blueberry cookies! That is a recipe I am making for sure.

  15. Marissa says:

    These look wonderful, Shashi! I love the combination of tangy, salty, sweet with pork – perfect!

  16. Those gadgets sound crazy, especially those contacts- they seem like something out of Mission Impossible or James Bond! From one mango lover to another, this recipe looks amazing, seriously amazing!

  17. As you know we don’t eat pork so unfortunately I wouldn’t be trying Smithfields but I will try your marinade! That looks fantastic and with the mangoes and spices, sounds wonderful. I do love the color on those pork chops though!

  18. Sheila Vives says:

    I really want to try this recipe. With Smithfield® All Natural Fresh Pork Chops you can pair just about any fruit. Pork, like chicken has a lot of versatility and is good for everyday recipes as well as more formal occasions.

  19. Jeffrey says:

    I’ve had Smithfield Bacon but haven’t had their pork chops. Your dinner plate looks fantastic!

  20. Now you’ve done it! My tastebuds are tingling just thinking about this fabulous dish! I’m a huge fan of both pork chops and mango (and believe me, I get the peeling and eating the flesh off the skin…) but I’ve never had them together! A match made in heaven! And the gorgeous color you have on those chops is killing me!!

  21. Carol Burgess says:

    I would like to glaze some apples with it. Yum! Yours looks really delicious too.

  22. Farrah says:

    Darn! I can’t eat pork, but I’ll have to share this recipe with my friends who do eat it!! It looks so darn good! I love that mango dipping sauce! *-*

  23. This recipe looks good

  24. Curried? Mangoes? Pork? All time fav!!

  25. Christina Moore says:


  26. OMG, I NEED one of those EHang drones!! Okay, maybe I don’t neeeeeed one.. but I really really want one! So cool! I’d be over all the time, Shashi! 😉 I love mangoes and recently I always have 2 hanging out on the counter, because for some reason spring makes me crave mango all the things.. even thought that fruit is seasonal pretty much all year long. Anywho, you need to try the cup trick to peel it!!! For real, google how to peel a mango using a glass. You will never go back to peeling it any other way. I promise!! These pork chops look seriously scrumptious, girlfriend! LOVING the curry-mango combo! Serious drool happening on this side of the screen. If only I had one of those dang drones!! Cheers and happy Friday, dear friend! xo

  27. Beautiful video, Shashi. I also love mangoes like anything. And this curried mango pork chops look and sound fantastic. Specially love that mango glaze — looks wonderful!

  28. rebecca p. says:

    Like, you- i too love mangos! (and curry, so this sounds amazing) but i was cracking up at your description of eating mangos because we know all about that mess! Why hasn’t someone invented a kitchen gadget for mangos??

  29. We cook a lot of pork as it is so reasonably priced here – just plain on the grill 🙂

  30. Ashley says:

    I LOVEEEE mango!! haha So I know I would love these pork chops!

    And oh gosh I know. Amazon Now (I think that’s what it’s called) just came to our area and the other night we ordered batteries just to see if it really did come within like two hours. Yup – in like a doggy type paper bag on the front porch! haha It was amazing and crazy!

  31. Ben Maclain says:

    Oh, all these gadgets…I don’t get them (or most of them). But you’re so right about mangos – I always have the same situation you’ve describe, and I often end up eating flash off the skins (Well, “eating” it’s the way too decent word to describe that picture, haha). That’s why when I need 2 mangos for a recipe, I always have 3:) So, I totally agree that we need a mango peeler. If you need me to sign a petition, count me on:) As a huge fan of mangos, this dish sounds and looks fantastic! I’ve paired poultry with mangoes, perhaps I will do the same with pork soon. Well done, Shashi!

  32. cristina says:

    What a beautiful glaze on these pork chops – they look so moist and inviting. Like that they’re boneless!! Such a great idea to stock up on mangoes and puree’ing for later use. Wish I could more easily find guavas and passion fruits to do the same. 😉

  33. loving this video! and i need to try pork with mango. you know i love mango. 😉 shall we have a mango party?

  34. Maria says:

    I really love the creative flavor combination!!

  35. Woah these are some seriously delicious looking pork chops. Spicy and sweet always a winner combination. I am so jealous of these USA prices as here in HK they would have been about 5 dollars a chop not for a package to feed our family. Pinned!

  36. Catherine says:

    Dear Shashi, my mouth is watering! These pork chops look fantastic…we’re all mango fans here too…worth every bit of the sticky mess! …I would LOVE to have you all for dinner! If only us food bloggers lived closer together. It would be such a feast and what a great time we would all have. With today’s inventions, you never know…maybe someday!! xo, Catherine

  37. You know I’ll be watching the sky like a hawk….looking for that drone with YOU on board, coming to sample some Brick Street Chocolate Cake. Why drive to Greenville when you can drone to Manchester???? Ha. You are so funny. These pork chops look extra delicious with the mango and curry. I’ve been accused of serving dry pork chops before, so this new recipe can only help!!! My family thanks you. Have a great week Shashi! xo

  38. Wait, so you’ve got a dry rub on these pork chops and then you top it with that awesome curry marinade? This sounds like one flavor-packed dinner to me! Now if only we could develop a drone that would carry these pork chops from your house to mine…oh wait, we have that? Hmmm. Perhaps we just need to give that drone a better GPS system then! These look amazing, Shashi! #client

  39. That mango glaze looks amazing! I thin kI could eat that with a spoon 🙂

  40. That mango glaze makes the dish! YUM!