Prep 2 mins
Cook 8 mins
I made this up one day because I was wanting something different then the same old pan-fried pork chops (that is how my husband asked me to cook them that day). So made this up real fast and boy did he love them. Now he asks for them every time. I do this with boneless and bone-in pork chops. So it doesn't matter what kind you have on hand just cook them up and enjoy. My husband loves these.
- With your hands and onion soup mix still in sealed packet crush onions up some what, but you do not want to make them into a powder you just want to break them up.
- Mix flour and onion soup mix in a shallow bowl.
- Add enough oil to bottom of a pan that would cover about half way up your pork chop.
- Heat on medium heat until when you add flour mix to pan it sizzles.
- Coat each pork chop with flour mixture.
- Add to pan, about 30 seconds after adding the chops turn over, and cook until done (about 4-5 minute per side for ½ to 3/4 inch pork chop).
I made this recipe on 7/12/09 as part of mine and SO's Dinner. For the chops, two boneless pork loin chops were used and pounded to 1/4 inch thickness.I read what the other reviewers had said about the coating not sticking, so the chops were dipped into an egg that had been beaten with a little bit of water.And the rest of the recipe was made as written. This was very good and will be made again. Thganks for posting and " Keep Smiling :) "
Thank you mspecangirl for sharing this recipe with us! I was in the same situation as LibbyAnne and used too much flour. I would recommend that you use 1/2 c. flour per 4 chops--I had thinner chops so you might need more. But the onion soup provides a nice crunch after being caramelized in the hot oil. This recipe pairs nicely with a pasta side. Try this dish if you're hungry for something savory!
Loved them! I think I used a little too much flour, because they didn't taste much different from my regular fried pork chops, but they were still just delicious! I will be making them again with a bit less flour. Thanks heaps!