Everybody enjoyed them. I made only half the crumb mixture and had more than enough for 4 large bone-in chops. Will try this on chicken also. TFS.
Very good. I made my own bread crumbs from bread ends I had in the freezer. I toasted them and blended them in my magic bullet with the cheese and spices. I also baked them with a little white wine.
Pretty good. It would have been good to know how much salt to dredge w/the flour; the parmesan does add quite a bit of saltiness.
Great tasting pork chops. Was looking for something different and this was delicious. Loved that they are cooked in oven. Bursting with flavors.
Great way to cook pork chops. So nice and juicy! Flavor was fantastic. Will use this recipe a lot. Thanks for posting.
My husband loves bonless pork chops but I've never had much luck with cooking....they usually turn out too dry or just plain boring. That said....we loved these pork chops! I made them as written and they were perfect. Thanks for the recipe Donna!
Mmmmm delicious. I squeezed some fresh lemon juice over these before baking and they still had a nice tang when they came out. Next time, I'll use boneless chops, because I had problems getting an assortment of mixed, bone-in chops to all cook through in a timely manner.
This was great- it makes a TON of crumbs though so you could probably reduce that by half if you aren't into saving bread crumbs for future recipes. Great flavor though!!
This is very similar, if not exactly, like the Epicurious recipe. Your MIL had good taste. It doesn't get much better than this. These are just fabulous comfort food.
Perfect pork chops... I mean, really, really perfect. We served these exactly as written, paired with Strawberry Spinach Salad W/Raspberry-Key Lime Vinaigrette and I am telling you...... the combination was UNREAL. Sweet and savory, how can you go wrong? Thanks for a definite keeper.