Baked Ritzed Pork Chops

"I can't say these are low fat but its not fried either so that's good enough for me."
photo by Chef shapeweaver photo by Chef shapeweaver
photo by Chef shapeweaver
photo by Bay Laurel photo by Bay Laurel
photo by Bay Laurel photo by Bay Laurel
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4 pork chops




  • Place butter in baking dish.
  • Combine cracker crumbs, Parmesan cheese, and garlic salt.
  • stir egg to a smooth liquid.
  • Coat chops in crumbs.
  • dip in egg and again in crumbs.
  • Bake 30 minutes at 400° turning over chops half way through.

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  1. It was delicious & my 6 year old loved it!
  2. This is one of my favorite recipes. The crust is great! The one thing that I do is add a little milk to the egg...not much just a little. Be sure to stir the egg well or you may get pieces of cooked egg on the chop. This is a wonderful recipe. My kids love it!
  3. I made this recipe on 9/5/2011 for the " Kitchen Cupboard " event in the Food Photo Forum, and most importantly for mine and my SO's dinner.:) I found a few things that were a bit on the confusing side. First, there wasn't a recommended size for a baking dish, so I used a 2 quart rectangle shaped dish.Second,the type of pork chop wasn't listed,so I used 2 1-in. bone-in center cut. ( there was just the two of us.). In Step 2, a bit of seasoned salt, and black pepper was added to the crumb/cheese mixture. And instead of doing Step 4,( which I thought for us, it would have been too much breading ). However,I did follow the baking instructions as they were written. As I was removing the chops, quite a bit of the coating came off. But the taste was very good. Thanks for posting and, " Keep Smiling :) "


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