Mimi, these are so good, loved the Dijon mustard flavor with pork. very easy to make and delicious. Severed them with baked yams, cream style corn and a green salad.
I meant to add a star rating the first time I reviewed. This is my review. This recipe was really a lovely way to prepare pork, to keep the chops moist and tasty. The tangy mustard was delightful. I did mix the breadcrumbs with some Parmesan cheese, and this worked well. Thanks, Mimi, for sharing this recipe that will definately be used again.
Love it!<br/><br/>Quick, easy and delicious.
This was a great chops recipe! My boneless chops were thick, so I pounded them until they were slightly thinner and more uniform. I mixed some honey mustard with the dijon in a shallow bowl, dipped the chops on either side using tongs (so they weren't drowning in mustard, but got a good dose). I also added a little Parmesan cheese to the breadcrumbs. Baked as directed and was amazed that they were so juicy. The flavoring was great; everyone commented favorably around our dinner table. I love a recipe like this - convenient, creative and ending with delicious results! Thank you.
I'm only reviewing this so I'll remember to try it again. I did it wrong. I put mustard on the top and bottom, but about twice the mustard that was called for. I didn't grease the pan. I wasn't that fond of the taste, but maybe it was the overage of mustard. I will try it again one day and see what I think then.
I now have a new favorite way to cook pork chops. As others have said, these are simple and very flavorful. Thank you Mimi.
This tastes absolutely fantastic and is so easy to prepare. We loved the dijon flavour. I didn't have seasoned crumbs, so I sprinkled the plain crumbs with paprika, italian seasoning, basil, pepper flakes, salt and pepper.
Nice quick, easy recipe. Good flavor-not overpowering. Chops stayed nice and tender.
Easy & Tasty. Enjoyed. Added parmesan to the bread crumbs, will be having this again.
Very good! I also added some parm to the seasoned breadcrumbs, and also added some honey to the dijon. Kicked it up a notch with some Essence and *BAM*! It was awesome.