9 Reviews

Delicious and crispy! I added a little bit of cornstarch to the panko to make sure it got crispy and a bit of paprika. Mmmm. Served with some white gravy...delicious!

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lisalisa1001 August 02, 2013

recipe needs help. Nice crunch courtesy of the panko, but pork had almost no flavor. Next time will try seasoning with basil or rosemary (or both) before breading. One should note this recipe calls for thin cut pork chops. My mistake, I used a thicker cut and the cook time was way off (almost too brown just to get the pork up to temp). Also omit the milk from the wet mix. Add another egg (total 3) and 1/2 c. buttermilk. The ratio was too egg heavy and the yield was only enough to coat 4 rather small pork chops. Lastly, the oil issue-- depends on the size of your pan. About 1/4" in your skillet should do the trick.

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ljstormyweather August 30, 2009

Very tasty! Next time I think I will use a little added spice like creole or something and more garlic. More eggs and milk mixture for sure!!!

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~Yessica~ October 29, 2007

These were OK, but to me they were lacking flavor. I generously seasoned the chops with s&p, per recipe. I added some rubbed sage to the chops, but still nothing. Unfortunately, I am not sure how to get 2 eggs and 1 tsp of milk to coat 8 thin chops - I couldn't even get it to do 4 :(

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monkeyshak3_12364748 March 15, 2015

Even my picky eaters loved these chops!

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doobers May 05, 2013

My husband loved this! The panko makes a perfect crust. I made it as per the recipe except for the oil. I cut it back to 1/2 cup and used half olive oil and half vegetable oil. Served it with garlic mashed potatoes! Delicious!

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jeffersventures June 16, 2009

Just realised I forgot to review this. I only used four pork chops and didn't use a cup of oil...I used a lot less. They still came out very good and moist. Thanks for posting!

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CulinaryQueen November 28, 2006

WOW!! Like wildhorse, I used four eggs. I also didn't have any pork chops on hand so I used a pork tenderloin that I cut into 1/2" medallions. They turned out so very light and crispy and the pork was very tender. I served them along with my Asian salad (just posted today) and the two together were out of this world. Thanks marie, I will definitely be trying other recipes you have posted!!

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Lusil May 23, 2004

These were very good. The crust was light and crisp. I did have to use two more eggs and used 6 center-cut pork loin chops, which I flattened with my iron skillet. Served these with fried green tomatoes and garlic mashed potatoes and it made my husband very happy!

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wildhorse April 21, 2004
Crispy Panko Pork Chops