Fried Breaded Pork Chops

"This recipe comes from a little cookbook put out by Best Foods entitled "Bring Out the Best and Bring Out the Love." These are so moist, tender and flavorful. Enjoy!"
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  • In a small bowl, combine mayonnaise, lime juice, garlic powder, oregano and pepper.
  • In large, shallow nonaluminum baking dish or plastic bag, pour mayonnaise mixture over chops.
  • Seal bag if using, and marinate in refrigerator, turning occasionally, 1 to 3 hours.
  • Remove chops from marinade, discard marinade.
  • Coat chops with bread crumbs.
  • In large nonstick skillet, heat oil over medium-high heat and cook chops in two batches, turning once, 6 minutes or until chops are done.

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  1. mrsoul51
    Flavor was good and the chops moist and tender as promised. But, unfortunately very little of the breading stayed on the chop. This recipe is similar to one I've often fix with buttermilk instead of mayo.
  2. jane49423
    Not stars because I burned it! Will try it again. I got distracted.
  3. gailanng
    Good and quick...whipped it out of my pan so quick I thought I melted the Teflon.
  4. NoraMarie
    Will make this again.I made it on G.F. grill.
  5. Toni in Colorado
    Very good recipe. I did add a little salt to mine. I did not have garlic powder with parsley; I added dried parsley separately. My husband and I both enjoyed this - very tender and juicy. We had this with scalloped potatoes, steamed broccoli, and garlic bread. Thanks for posting. Toni in Colorado


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