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Easy awesome breaded pork chop recipe

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by Kinderpistole, Nov 3, 2004.

  1. Kinderpistole

    Kinderpistole

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    My mom taught me this one:

    Bone-in pork loin chops (not too thick) - however many you want - trim off excess fat but leave on bone
    Scrape off bone fragments from meat with knife blade
    Dip in egg and then single-dip in bread crumbs (plain or Italian)
    Brown both sides in oil (you can throw the trimmed fat in the pan also if you like that for browning)
    Place on Pam-sprayed pan - season with pepper and garlic
    Put three or four tablespoons of water in the pan
    Totally cover and seal sides with aluminum foil (spray underside of foil beforehand)
    Bake in preheated 275 degree oven for 2.5 hours
    Remove foil and dig in

    The sealed-in water steams the chops so they are REALLY tender.
    My kids (and wife) love it!
     
  2. Dr. Slots

    Dr. Slots

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    I may have to try this, breaded pork chops are my favorite. A nice side dish my mom used to fix with her breaded pork chops is as follows.
    Cut up a few potatos and a medium onion. Throw them in a casserole with some margarine (I use low fat; just as good) and cover. Bake at 350 for about ninety minutes. This recipe also works well in single person quantities using amicrowave.
     

  3. okla-lawman

    okla-lawman

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    Get a little thicker pork chop. Brown before browning it cut a slit into one side making a poket. Fill pocket with stove top stuffing, a lil butter (garlis and onion if you like). Then bake. That is good eating.