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I am not good at that getting the external crispy, and at the same time getting the inside cooked to temperature. I used this recipe but after browning the pork chops in a smokin' hot pan, I baked them in the oven at 375 for about 10-12 minutes. They were moist, juicy and wonderful!
I tried and liked them. Very simple. The only thing I did differently was first seasoned my chops with garlic and herb McCormick seasoning, then dipped each chop in milk (normally use buttermilk but did have so used 2%) the dredge in flour. Then fried. Served with mash potatoes and brocoli. Super Simple! Thanks for sharing
This is how we always cooked pork chops (and chicken) when I was growing up. Try using a bit of garlic powder and replace the regular salt with seasoned salt. Also, try sprinkling a little of the seasonings on the chops themselves, in addition to the flour. They are much better that way. Cooking these chops in a heavy cast iron skillet is the key to getting DELICIOUS results!
Made for Pick-A-Chef, Spring 2009. Oh did this ever bring back memories of watching my beloved grandma cook her pork chops this very way when I was little. Getting back to the basics was delicious! Thanks for posting and reminding me.
Really liked this. Don't have a lot of luck with pork chops, mine come out dry :( With your recipe they came out tender and very tasty. Thanks for passing along this recipe :)
Simple to make and delicious! What more could you ask for?Thank you! Cindy
This is the way I've been frying my pork chops for years. We love it, and it makes a good gravy after. Thanks for posting.....Stephanie
This is how my grandma and my mom and now me make fried pork chops as well. Its delicious everytime. Sometimes I'll also add in a little cajun seasoning for extra flavor. Thanks for posting this tried and true family favorite!
I am so happy to see such a wonderful down home recipe. This is the way we make them. However I did add Garlic Powder. I just do not think you can get better than this..Thank You...Hugs
A five star recipe for sure! Nothing like having southern fried pork chops!! YUM! I used my cast iron skillet to fry these pork chops in. We were just thrilled how delicious they turned out. Thanks for sharing this great recipe.