Breaded Pork Chops

"This recipe is a little different from others in that it uses worcestershire sauce in the egg mix. We love how it gives the chops a little extra "zing." We usually have this with a green vegetable and potatoes. I've also listed a variation of this recipe to make a cheese-topped pork chop. Note: If you're making the chops without cheese, you might want to try learninscratch's directions for a delicious orange sauce -- they can be found in her review."
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  • In small bowl, combine flour, salt, paprika and pepper; mix well. In another small bowl, combine egg and worcestershire sauce. Coat pork chops with seasoned flour; dip in egg mixture and coat with crumbs.
  • In large skillet, heat oil over medium-high heat until hot. Add chops; cook until browned on both sides. Reduce heat to medium; cook 5-7 minutes or until pork is no longer pink in center.
  • For oven-baked pork chops: Prepare as directed above. Place in a shallow baking pan that has been sprayed with a cooking oil such as Pam. Bake at 425 degrees F. for 30-35 minutes or until no longer pink in center.
  • To make a cheese-topped pork chop: Decrease bread crumbs to 1/4 cup. Mix crumbs with 1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese. When chops are thoroughly cooked, top each with a slice of mozzarella cheese and tomato slice. Cover; heat until tomato is hot and cheese begins to melt.

Questions & Replies

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  1. gott15
    It seems to me that 1/4 cup of bread crumbs is not enough. Especially when the recipe says if you want to add cheese to reduce the amount of bread crumbs to 1/4 cup! Did I miss something?!!!
  2. quit2k
    Is the 5-7 min. stove top cooking time -- per side or total ??
  3. Amber M.
    I have less then and a half hour before i start cooking. I have everything except peprika and wors' sauce and need to know if its okay to bot need those 2 ingreedients?


  1. ashleigh0923
    My 6 year son said they were better then chicken nuggets (which is a big deal coming from a kid). I baked mine. The only difference is I used Italian breadcrumbs instead of plain.
  2. Sherry  Carl
    My Husband and I loved this recipe !! It was easy and delicious. I fried the chops in 1-2 tablespoons of olive oil instead of baking them. They were crunchy and flavorful. Thank you for the recipe !!
  3. Erica
    I normally don't like fried foods, but this was awesome.
  4. mums the word
    Great pork chops, moist and tender. I added 2 T parmesan cheese to the bread crumbs. I followed the instructions for baking and everyone enjoyed them. I will make this again, we all enjoyed it. Thx Taste Tester!
  5. Cindy B.
    I didn't have all the ingredients so I tweeked it and WoW they were delicious!! I used flour with Italian Seasoning and S+P. Only egg. Not crazy for Worcestershire. I crushed Ritz crackers with Parmesan+Romano cheese.. I fried in 3 tablespoons of oil. Next time I will pound the pork first. My Dad has dentures so has to be a little bit tendered. Overall ... Excellent! Thank you for the recipe


  1. Andrea J.
    This recipe was simple and my pork chops were quite delicious.


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