Recipe by CHS_GRAD_2010
"This pork chop is so good you'll say it tastes like heaven!"
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vegetable oil for frying
seasoning salt, or to taste
salt and pepper to taste
(3/4 inch) thick pork chops
This has been a family fav for years. I sprinkle my chops with seasoning salt, onion and garlic powder prior to dipping in a milk/egg wash, then the seasoned flour with black pepper added. Then I let the chops sit in the fridge for about 30 minutes to an hour before frying to get the coating "gummy" looking, so the coating will not fall off while frying. After frying the chops, I keep them warm and use the same skillet to whip up milk gravy, using the rest of the seasoned flour, pepper a little chicken soup base, salt and milk. Serve with mashed potatoes, buttered corn and biscuits. YUMMY!
For those of you that make a ton of changes to a recipe and then rate it...You are not doing us any favors! I followed this recipe to the letter and ended up with chops with no breading. Bare, naked, chops. All of the flour came off as soon as I added the chops to the grease. I have always used milk or egg or both to bind the flour, but instead I followed the recipe. Use at your own risk!
Prior comments made it seem as though all that was needed here was a bit more flavor. I used (about 3/4 tsp) Goya Adobo seasoning instead of Seasoned Salt, added 1/2 tsp garlic powder and 1/2 tsp crushed rosemary, and used olive oil instead of vegetable oil. These truly were the most scrumptious fried pork chops I have ever had. I would suggest 8/9 min on each side for 1 inch thick chops.
Great basic recipe; thank you for sharing. Cooks have to be creative! I used bread crumbs, seasoned to my taste since seasoning is a variable. Used much less oil and I prefer olive. After they were done, place on a paper towel to get any excess oil removed; I also dabbed the top side. They are very moist and tasty!
FIRST TIME TO FRY pork chops, and they really were like grandmother's/Moma's!!!
Who'd ever think it was that simple.
I just added about 1 tbsp. of Lemon Pepper & a pinch or two of Parsley for a bit of color. STILL, I don't think anyone can mess up this recipe (Normally, I can). They were "tender" too, mine are usually tough...
The only thing missing was the recipe for the gravy following, Which is my next project, MAKING GRAVY....lol
BUT I GIVE THIS RECIPE A TRIPLE AAA+++ and then some.......Thanks for submitting it......YYYYYUUUUUMMMMM!!!!!
I really enjoyed this recipe. The one thing I did differently was sprinkle Lawry's Seasoned Salt directly on the chop before dipping it in the flour-salt-pepper mix. This enhanced the seasoning salt flavor.
Really awesom pork chops. I used half butter half olive oil. Very flavorful and tender.
Really good! The chops turned out really tender and had great flavor! I will use this one again!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Fried Pork Chop
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 96
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