I bought 4 packages of pork loin boneless rib chops (15) for a great deal and wanted to try a breaded fried recipe. I only cook fried food maybe once a year. This was it. I started with most of the original ingredients, though I didn't have saltine crackers or potato flakes. In the first bowl I increased the flour for the additional 11 chops (2 cups was plenty) added powdered sage, cumin, brown sugar, powdered cinnamon, ground red pepper, and increased all other original ingredients by sight. No change to the milk and two eggs bowl. In the cracker bowl I started with fancy herb and garlic crackers, some ritz knockoffs, added crunchy honey oats cereal and some bran flakes cereal, all crushed. As I tried one chop with the crackers and one with just the flour seasoning and egg I decided the chops with crackers where definitely better. I added some chil powder to the cracker cereal mix to give it what I thought it was missing. I did turn the heat down to medium and flipped at about 4.5 minutes per side to get the right color crust (used canola oil) So here I am with 13 fantastic chops at 2AM, I'm not hungry after the first two. Tomorrow I'll do a chicken gravy and rice dish to go along with it and hook up the neighbors and girls at work. Thanks Becca for a great recipe. I'm giving it 5 stars because it inspired my additions and it came out tender and juicy. - Dale
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