Seasoned Pork Chops with Corn on the Cob

Seasoned Pork ChopsCorn on the Cob

 
Estimated Calories Estimated Fat Estimated Carbs
346 19 18
 

Instructions and Ingredients for Seasoned Pork Chops:
Lightly grease a large frying pan with non-stick spray. Heat the pan. Temperature will depend on the thickness of the chops. For thin chops use med-high heat. For thicker chops use medium heat. Brush pork chops with a thin coat of olive oil. Lightly sprinkle the pork chops with each of the seasonings. Flip and repeat on the other side. Place in the frying pan until browned on one side (usually about 7-12 minutes). Flip and cook until other side is browned.
(4 oz) (113 g) Pork Chops Boneless (x 1)
(1 tsp) (5 ml) Olive Oil (x 0.5)
(1 tsp) (5 ml) Season Salt (x 1)
(1 tsp) (2.8 g) Garlic Powder (x 0.25)
(1 tsp) (2.4 g) Onion Powder (x 0.25)
(1 tsp) (2.1 g) Pepper, Black (x 0.25)
One Serving Pam Cooking Spray (x 1)

Instructions and Ingredients for Corn on the Cob:
Soak in water for 15 minutes, then wrap in foil and grill for about 15 minutes. Spray with butter alternative after pealing for a great taste!

You can also boil instead of grilling, which is done by bring a large pot to a boil and placing the corn in for about 5 minutes.
1 ear (90g) Corn On The Cob (x 1)
1.25 SPRAYS I Can't Believe It's Not Butter Spray (x 4)

We consider a low calorie meal to be a meal or recipe that is under 600 calories. To be considered low fat, it must have less than 30% of its calories coming from fat. Same with low carb, it must have less than 30% of its calories coming from carbs. We consider a dinner of seasoned pork chops with corn on the cob to be low calorie and low carb.