So my 6 yr old thought pork chops were chicken and said he loved them! So I hunted for a breaded pork chop recipe and tried this, slightly modified. I followed this recipe with a few exceptions...I used Panko and hand shredded the parmesan ultra-fine. I also used the shake and bake method with cheese, panko, a few dashes of mortons seasoned salt and a few dashes of Lawreys salt (believe me, do it, it's awesome) no parsley. if the kid sees green he runs. I minced the garlic to ensure it got the juices into the oil. it is easy to remove. move all the garlic to the side, tilt the skillet to the other side, used a wooden spoon to scoop out the garlic. I used a regular skillet, then moved to a glass dish for the oven. I also put the glass dish in the oven while i had the chops in the skillet to get it up to temp. I also used the rest of the breading in the bag and dumped it on top of the chops. plus sprinkled another 1/4 cup of parmesan on top. I cooked 5 1-inch chops for about 35 minutes. 150 degree centers, moist and delicious. The boy thought it was a giant chicken nugget!
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So my 6 yr old thought pork chops were chicken and said he loved them! So I hunted for a...