Set up 3 bowls. One for flour, one for egg mixed with water, and one for bread crumbs
Place pork chop into flour and cover with flour
Then put pork chop into egg bowl and cover with egg mixture
Lastly place pork chop into seasoned bread crumb bowl and cover with bread crumbs.
Continue with all of the pork chops
In a fry pan warm up a drizzle of olive oil. When oil is warm put in pork chops
For a few minutes brown pork chops then flip to other side
Place pork chops into a greased baking sheet with sides.
Roast at 350 degrees for about 35-40 minutes or until tender (depends on size of pork chops)
Do you ever have a taste for homemade breaded pork chops but are intimated by the thought of making them? Take a chance, it is really pretty easy and it always worth the effort. Give it a try and delight your family and friends!!
Tips & Tricks for perfecting Breaded Pork Chops
Set up bowls with flour, egg and breadcrumbs before you start. This will help make the process go faster and easier
Remember the order for the breading is: Flour, Egg then Breadcrumbs
You can add a ½ teaspoon of garlic powder to breadcrumbs if you like. If you have another favorite spice, consider adding approximately 1/2 teaspoon into the breadcrumbs to make this recipe your own
If you have plain breadcrumbs add about 1 tablespoon of your favorite seasonings to the breadcrumbs and it will work perfectly. This is a great way to change up what the breaded pork chops taste like.
If you prefer, you can season the flour instead of the breadcrumbs and it will work equally as well.
Make sure your frying pan is large enough for pork chops or plan on doing 2 batches. Make sure the pan is hot before you add the pork chops
The best part of this recipe is that you only fry the breaded pork chops for a short time, then you bake them in the oven
Make sure the pork chops are thoroughly cooked before serving. Easy way to test is to cut into one with a knife
There is nothing like a yummy, home cooked pork chop for dinner. It is the stuff cooking legends are made of! Over the years I have tried a variety of pork chop recipes. But there is nothing as tasty as a traditional breaded pork chop.
However, I feel like frying the pork chop the entire cooking time is messy and adds too much oil and calories. So this recipe is the best of all pork chop recipes. You fry the pork chop first to brown the breading, then bake the pork chops to finish cooking them.
The flavor is perfect because you use seasoned breadcrumbs and not as heavy of a taste, because the pork chops are only fried for a short time. This will delight your family and friends.
So plan a traditional meal with breaded pork chops, mashed potatoes and green beans and surprise your family with your culinary talents. Enjoy!!!