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Inside-Out Pork Chops

"This recipe gets its name because the corn bread serves as a coating instead of a stuffing. You can easily vary the amount of chili powder, so these slightly spicy chops appeal to all."
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45 m servings
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  1. In a skillet over medium heat, brown pork chops in butter. Add water; bring to a boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer for 20 minutes or until juices run clear and pork is tender. Drain pork chops on paper towels. Drain all drippings from pan. In a bowl, combine muffin mix, egg, milk and chili powder; mix until blended. Immediately coat chops with batter. In the same skillet over medium heat, fry chops in oil until batter is golden brown and cooked through.

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I tweeked with spices. I peppered, than added garlic salt, parsley flakes and meat tenderizer. After the water boiled out I let them stand for 30min. on paper towel.The batter stuck to them grea...

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I had a hard time getting the batter to stick to the pork chops. I ended up with bare chops and a messy pan filled with batter. Definitely will not try this again.

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I tweeked with spices. I peppered, than added garlic salt, parsley flakes and meat tenderizer. After the water boiled out I let them stand for 30min. on paper towel.The batter stuck to them grea...

Are you kidding me? No one has tried this? If you love cornbread as I do, then this is a winner. I just need to figure out a way to double batter the pork. Yummy! My entire family ate this up. T...

I had a hard time getting the batter to stick to the pork chops. I ended up with bare chops and a messy pan filled with batter. Definitely will not try this again.

Very good. Was a hit with the hubby. I had a hard time getting the inside of the corn muffin batter cooked without burning the outside, but I'll work on that.

I am not a big fan of pork chops, but these were awesome! I cook them mostly because my husband likes them, but now I will make them much more often!

We loved it! The kids especially liked the corn bread coating. They said they can't wait to try it on boneless chicken breasts.

Had problem with the breading sticking to the pan and not the porkchops. Perhaps it was the brand I used, I know that I used enough oil in the pan. Other than that they were great. Will try agai...

All of the breading fell off in the pan and the meat was pretty bland. The pork chops were very moist though.

GOOD!

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