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Simple, but perfect. I didn't change anything and put in front of my darlin husband so he could devour. Gravy good and also perfect. Thanks for posting such a friendly and filling recipe!
Made for Down Home on the Farm Tag Photo Game 2012

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Andi of Longmeadow Farm May 03, 2012

This was simple, very tasty and just good old Southern fried cooking.

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Troy38 January 10, 2009

Very good! I sent my husband for pork chops and he came home with boneless country style ribs but it worked, I used my electric frying pan and we really enjoyed this meal. My gravy was brown and beautiful!

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~Robyn~ January 03, 2009

I made this on 1/01/09, as part of mine and SO's first dinner of the new year. And we both give these pork chops a "Good solid four stars".And I had to use thick cut chops since that was all that was on hand.Since the chops were thick, the amount of the full amount of coating ingredients were just right.Also I've never fried chops in butter before,it gave the chops a really good taste. I think what set this apart from other pork chop recipes, was the addition of the dry mustard. As you suggested,the flour that was leftover from the coating the chops was used for the gravy.For some reason my gravy didn't turn out brown,but aside from that it was very good.This is going to be made again.Thanks for posting and,"Keep Smiling :)"

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Chef shapeweaver � January 02, 2009

YUM! I followed the recipe (with gravy) exactly and wouldn't change a thing. Wonderful comfort food. Thanks for posting!

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PanNan November 06, 2008
Fried Pork Chops With Brown Milk Gravy