These were AWESOME! I'm a garlic freak so I added a lot more garlic to the breading mixture than was suggested. I only made 2 portions along with stir fried mushrooms/garlic/onions, mashed potatoes and sweet corn on the cob. A summer time dish for November! I was looking for something different and this was def. it! thanks!!
Very good recipe. I didn't have any bread crumbs so i used crushed crackers crumbs instead. To make them tastey i added about 1 tbsp of thousand island. Other than that i did everything as stated and tasted delicous!
These were really wonderful! I breaded them several hours ahead of time (didn't have Italian breadcrumbs so I added a good amount of Italian seasoning)and used center-cut loin chops that were at least an inch thick and they were just delicious! Thanks for sharing your recipe!
These were SO good! Unlike another reviewer, the flavor of the barbecue sauce came through - but it wasn't too much to ruin the other flavors. I coated the chops and allowed them to refrigerate for two hours - but even after doing that when baking in the oven they didn't get crispy. So, I went ahead with spraying them with the cooking spray and broiling. Worked out great! I had some difficulty with the breading not sticking to the bottom - but other than that these were delicious. Very easy and simply, with great flavor!
Not only was this soooooo yummy but its a KEEPER!! I had 3 THICK pork chops, so i cut them in half and made 6. The timeing was perfect and the spices was just right. I put a dash of BBQ sause on top for extra punch and it turned out wonderful! Thank you so much for posting and its going into my favs recipe box at home!
OMG..Shimmerchk these chops are just delicious! One of those recipes that deserves more than 5 stars....I made this for dinner tonight... I just had to post my review now to let everyone know how wonderful these are. If anyone is on the look out for a wonderful pork chop recipe with delicious results, then this is it! I coated then a fews hours ahead as stated for a crispier texture, and then made as directed, although I did use about 1 Tsp of garlic powder.. I am serving this with a side salad and fresh green beans...thanks so much for posting another winner doll!.....Kitten :)
I used panko (Japanese bread crumbs) because I didn't have any Italian bread crumbs. Instead I seasoned the panko with Italian herbs, a pinch of salt with the other seasonings. I used Kraft bbq sauce. This recipe is very easy - just dredge in crumbs and bake in the oven. I have some problem with the recipe though - I couldn't taste the bbq sauce at all. Although I left the chops in the fridge for an hour or so, the crumbs didn't really 'stick' to the meat. Anyway, my bf and I did finish them off (2 pork chops; I halved the recipe) - the taste was pretty good. Thanks for posting! (PICK A CHEF 2004)