"This is a quick, simple, and above all, a cheap way to make pork chops. I love it!" — RACHELHACKER
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pork chops, trimmed
herb-seasoned dry bread stuffing mix
DELICIOUS!!!! I never make pork chops, but my husband loves them, and I made these and they were awesome, and so much healthier than pan-fried!!
The only changes I made were using Italian Seasoned Bread Crumbs and I dipped the pork chops in flour before dipping them in the egg mixture. Also, when I flipped the chops, I sprayed the pan again with some non-stick spray and sprayed the tops of the pork chops. They were nice and crunchy!
This was good but not great. I did as another reviewer did and used Italian Seasoned Bread Crumbs because I didn't have dry bread stuffing mix - I figured it's pretty much the same thing. I didn't use the milk and the coating stuck to the chops just fine. I used very thin pork chops and baked them as directed. They tasted fine and we'll probably make them again. Hubby liked them also. I don't usually give a 5 star unless we are blown away by a recipe and we find a 4 star is something we love and a 3 star is acceptable. I don't understand folks who rate everything a 5 star - if you do that then there's no way to define awesome from plain old good enough!
This recipe is simple and tastes great. I made some changes. I didn't use milk, just egg for dipping and used seasoned Italian bread crumbs instead of stuffing mix. I also browned them on each side in a little bit of olive oil in a frying pan before baking them. They came out great. My fussy kids even ate them! Occasionally,I also substitute the pork chops for chicken strips. Great recipe.
Tastes great! You just have to be careful not to cook the pork chops too long or they can get chewy. I've learned that when they begin to get a little brown, they are done. Don't wait until the outside is thoroughly crispy.
This is an EXCELLENT recipe. Although I had to go to the grocery store to get eggs, milk and butter the recipe was VERY simple. I mean, who has eggs, milk and butter laying around the kitchen (not a single, hard-working 24 ear old). ;) I couldn’t decide what recipe to make last night, “Oven-Fried Pork Chops,” “Mothers-Best Pork Chops” or “World’s Greatest Pork Chops.” I settled for “Oven-Fried Pork Chops," although the name wasn't as bombastic and I am glad I did. I added a little garlic and parmesan cheese to the mix and they turned out MOUTH-WATERINGLY DELIGHTFUL. Wolfgang, who loves pork chops as much as Homer Simpson said they are the best CHOPS he’s ever had but that they still don’t rank up there with my tuna casserole. For what it’s worth, I think he needs admitted to a mental institution…so take his opinion with a grain of salt.
I thought this was the easiest and juiciest pork chops I have ever encountered. I used the pepperidge farms herb stuffing and I used 2 egg yolks with out the milk for it to stick better. I also patted the pork chops with paper towels before I dipped them into the yolks. With the stuffing, I crushed them a little more so it would stick better. This is an awesome pork chop.
Tasty and easy. I used Italian-style bread crumbs instead of the stuffing mix and it worked great.
This was really good. I used Pam instead of butter. They tasted really good and were more tender than most pork chops I've had. However, the breading did start to get a little soggy towards the end. I will definitely make it again but I will place them on a rack next time so they get crispy.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Oven-Fried Pork Chops
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 129
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