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By far the best pork chops I have ever had. This works great with chicken too. Also, if you can, use fresh parsley and not dried. It makes a world of difference! If you want to kick it up a little and skip the diet for a day, make with a Dijon mushroom cream sauce to drizzle over top.

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Darcy Skye October 05, 2011

I came across your receipt while searching for a new idea for pork chops. Wow...was i amazed! awesome-very tender and lots of flavor! I improvised your receipt in a couple of ways. I did not have bread crumbs...but i did have a bag of tostitos! i put them in a plastic bag and smashed them up to a crumbly size. I used spicy honey mustard which gave it a great flavor. I have been a proud owner of a NuWave oven for a couple of months now. I try to cook everything in the NuWave. I covered the pork chops with the mustard on both sides and cooked them in my NuWave for 7 minutes. I turned them over and put the tostitos mix on top of each chop. I cooked another 7-9 minutes. The topping got toasty brown and crunchy...and the pork chops were moist and juicy. I love my NuWave...my teenage son said "wow mom, that smells great" and he loved eating it! I had a NEW great tasting meal in less than 30 minutes! Thanks for the inspiration!!

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strawberrie July 08, 2010

This is such a wonderful recipe. It is so easy to prepare. I loved the crunch. It is a keeper at my house. Thank you for sharing this great recipe.

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Bev. E. April 14, 2009

These chops turned out juicy and tender. I did, however, vary from the recipe. I did not use butter. Second I used seasoned store bought bread crumbs, because who has time to make breadcrumbs for a week night meal??? I used blue cheese mustard from Stonewall Kitchens which, in my opinion, really made this recipe spectacular. My error, forgot to broil at the end. Perfect, however, as made. For 123 tag.

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Vicki in CT March 04, 2009

I've made these quite a few times already. Sorry about posting so late. Of course, as usual, your recipe is wonderful! I also had to use the dry breadcrumbs. This recipe really makes the chops stay moist. This is about the only way my hubby will eat pork chops now. Thanks so much!!

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nemokitty January 28, 2009

I threw these together the other night and I'm so glad I did. These chops were great! I love the breading, although I had to use dry breadcrumbs as that's all I had on hand. We both gobbled these up! Your recipes are always fantastic... thanks again!

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Katie Lou Who May 04, 2007

Kitz, darling!! This is a supreme way of making pork chops!! The only mistake I made was only making 1 chop per person...we all wanted 2nds(yes, even THE PICKY ONE!)!!! Thank you for such an easy & delicious recipe!!

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Elmotoo September 18, 2006
Mustard-Crusted Pork Chops