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This was good, a change to the normal task of pork chops. The mustard really gave it favor. Great the next day, husband loved them. I did bake them for around 20 minutes because I found them to thick for the broiler, and they were starting to burn. Will make again. Thanks for Sharing Alan.

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Rose G. August 22, 2009

Made this for DH for Sunday dinner, he loved it, cooked perfectly and nice and crunchy on the outside. The chop was boneless and over an inch think, so i cooked it a bit differently. I roasted it at 350f degrees for about 30 minutes, then put the broiler on for about 5 minutes. He said the seasonings were wonderful, I would make this again, thanks for posting.

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Derf January 12, 2009

Tasty. Enjoyed the mustard flavor with the other seasonings. I also baked for 30 minutes after broiling. Good alternative to breaded and fried chops.

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PugGrannie March 06, 2007

A nice recipe. The mustard was bit strong so I plan on brushing it on next time before the cornflake mixture. Also, I baked these for about 25-30 minutes after the six minutes on each side because they were not done. They were very good. We will make them again.

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Petite Mommy March 09, 2006
PORK CHOPS (((Low Cal & Carb)))