Breaded Pork Chops
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 20 min.
Forgot to add the stars to my rating. So here it is.
Omigoodness, this is my new favorite recipe! I used Italian breadcrumbs, and added garlic powder & paprika. Fried them in olive oil for 7 minutes per side..they get a wonderful carmelization. I served them with mashed potatoes and gravy; the chops are so good, we didn't need the gravy.
I used Italian bread crumbs instead of saltines, and olive oil instead of canola oil. Even though I only made four 1/2” thick pork chops, they took more like 7 minutes per side. You can also dirty fewer bowls by having a bowl for the egg/milk mixture, and put your chops on wax paper after, instead of using a second bowl for the seasoning. You can sprinkle seasoning directly on the pork (I usually use a spoon for even measuring). I give this recipe 3/5 stars because of all the alterations I had to make. Dinner was delicious, however. I had French fries with it. Yum!
I made these last night and they were wonderful. An uncomplicated recipe resulting in moist tasty chops. I will make them again. I added additional spicing to the bread crumbs.
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I would use bread crumbs, but after *browning* the chops, put in the oven for 30 min at 350, yum
Made these last night for supper. They were tender and very tasty. I sprinkled my chops with a little seasoned salt before breading. The crust was crispy and delicious!
I made this tonight with white cheddar "cheeze its" for the crumbs and it was AMAZING! thanks for the recipe :)
This is how my mom taught me to make them - it's the ultimate comfort food to me. Now I make them for my own family and they love them just as much as I did.
I use bread crumbs and crushed cheez it's with a teaspoon of dry ranch dressing mix and salt and pepper