Delicious. Added a dash of sage, thyme, and salt and pepper to the crumbs. Thanks Sheila.
This is now the favorite way to cook pork chops! I add kirkland's organic no salt seasoning to the flour and I use more of the ritz crackers because 15 just did not seem like enough to give a good coating for that many porkchops. In fact for me it took the whole roll to cover 7 porkchops. I love that this recipe is fast, simple, and produces white, juicy meat!:)
These were great! I added salt and pepper to my flour and I still thought they needed a little extra salt, but they were really yummy! Crunchy on the outside, moist and juicy on the inside! thanks for the recipe!
Very simple and tasty recipe. Thanks for posting.
Oh....so YUMMY ! I am the worst cook in the world when it comes to pork chops, but tonight I became famous for the best I've ever made. This recipe is so easy ! I had 1" boneless chops. I followed the recipe exactly (except I seasoned the flour with garlic powder and some savory seasoning, and the chops with some seasoned salt.) I fried the chops in some butter and a little oil until they were crispy and browned, then put them into the oven (just a little under 400 degrees) for 25 min. I did turn them after 10 min. I let them rest for about 5 min. when they were done and tested one..........it was so juicy ........just perfectly cooked. The only thing I would do differently next time is NOT to season the chops, because the salt on the crackers is enough! Thank you......I am not afraid of these chops anymore.....LOL. Donna
we used this with boneless pork loins and it was awesome. Best chops I've made
This was great! I am not a fan of pork but it was extremley tender. I baked it at 400 for 30 minutes and flipped after 15. Was perfect!
Very tasty! I added a couple spices and baked mine for 30 min. @ 400F on a lighly greased baking sheet; turning half way through. Will definately make these again!
A big hit with the kids, very easy to put together