Panko Breaded pork chop with Spaghetti aglio, olio e peperoncino
Oct. 10, 2012 3:34 pm
Updated: Oct. 13, 2012 12:32 pm
Today I Cooked Panko Breaded Pork Chop (cut from a tender loin) With Aglio e Olio (Garlic, Noodles, Parsley, Red Pepper, Olive Oil, Parmigiano Reggiano "Undisputed King of Cheeses").
It Was very good.
I was introduced to Aglio e Olio when I met my wife In 1976 (She Is Part Italian) her dad would have Aglio e Olio about once a week. Aglio e Olio is normally served as the main meal, but here I made it as a side to the pork chop.
traced to the Italian region of Abruzzo, Abruzzo was once distinguished by its underdevelopment and poverty. the dish was made with what Italian families would normally have in there house hold, excluding any meat that the family may not have had due to there
by the way Parmigiano Reggiano is not cheep here in the USA, and it has deeper flavor than store Parmigiano (like from Kraft), Parmigiano Reggiano costs about $19.98 per pound.
Spaghetti aglio, olio e peperoncino