Recipe by TREASUREMOM
"My family loves these spicy, fried pork chops. Quick and easy to make! I've used bone-in pork steaks instead, and just increased cooking time per side a couple of minutes"
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(1/2 inch thick) boneless pork chops
I don't understand the negative reviews either. I too have made this dish over and over again and everyone who eats it absolutely loves it! The flavor has just the right amount of "kick". Many of my friends who have tried it have asked for the recipe. Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe!
I have to agree with previous comments. The seasoning is not very flavorful and doesn't really compliment the pork. I would leave out the sage and creole seasoning and add in some red pepper flakes, onion powder and thyme.
These are a very good (and fast) weeknight meal! I don't like pork chops fried with flour, so I eliminated the flour, and substituted cumin for the sage, which i think goes better with the other seasonings. Also, I never fry boneless chops (too dry) so used bone-in instead. Browned them up in a hot cast-iron skillet, and they were delicious!
These cajun pork chops were out of this world, my family was looking for more after dinner. I added a little more cayenne pepper because we like spicy food. It was delish....
This is probably my favorite way that I've ever had prok chops. I added double of everything except flour and paprika because we like things extra spicy. I double dipped them in the flour mixture (flour, milk, flour) and allowed them to rest for about 30 minutes before cooking them. I cooked them in an iron skillet with only 1 TB of olive oil, but I did spray the pan liberally with Pam first so it would not soak up all of the oil. They cooked for about 6 minutes on each side for a 1/2 inch thick chop. Wonderful!
Simple, quick, tasty and gone!!! Not a morsel left over tonight. Didn't change a thing...next time...I'll make extras!
These were very good, the only reason I gave it 4 stars is because we were expecting it to be a little spicier. Had a nice mild flavor, recipe followed to the letter. Easy enough to make, I also made 5 good sized chops and still had enough season to cover at least 2 more. I will make again. Thanks.
Definitely would make again! I had to make a couple of modifications - I didnt have either sage or cumin (which someone here mentioned as a substitute), which I omitted, and I didnt have any cayenne pepper so I doubled the Cajun spice mix; consequently, the pork chops were a bit milder heat-wise than a true Cajun flavor (I consider it hot if my lips go numb, lol).
Someone posted that there was enough breading to coat more like 8 than 4 chops - I'm not sure if the recipe has been modified since this comment was made, but I had the perfect amount of breading for three good-sized bone-in chops...definitely not enough for 8!
I also believe, like someone mentioned, that the oil amount was a typo. No way would that be enough oil to cook these.
I also used almond flour in place of regular flour (husband is diabetic and this cuts back on the carbs). Great flavor! Hubs ate two! :)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Cajun Pork Chops
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 149
** Calories from Fat: 63
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