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Parmesan Crusted Pork Chops

Parmesan Crusted Pork Chops created by Lavender Lynn

This is a mish-mash of several recipes, so if you see something familiar, I probably borrowed the idea!

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  • Preheat oven to 350. Put butter in baking dish and place in oven to melt.
  • Crush croutons.
  • Mix crushed croutons, parmesan, flour, sugar, salt & pepper.
  • Spread a layer of mayonnaise on each side of each chop.
  • Dredge covered chops in crouton mixture and coat thoroughly.
  • Mince garlic into the butter and spread it out.
  • Place chops over garlic and bake 15-18 minutes per side.
  • * I'm a brand snob. My very favorite croutons are Rothbury Farms seasoned croutons (in the red package), and I used Hellmann's olive oil mayo.
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  1. jbarbiaux
    I read someone else's review that said the pork chops were gooey, so I tried spraying them with cooking spray on both sides after coating them with Mayo and crumb mixture. I baked them on a rack and tried broiling them until they were browned, but the crust was still gooey and fell off. Next time I will dip them in egg, roll them in crumbs and brown them quickly prior to baking. Tasted good, though. Breading is just not crispy enough.
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  2. Katie 13 PA
    Very good flavor! I will definitely be making this again.
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  3. Chef Marra
    This was a very good dinner for a family. If I were to make it again, I would have fried the breaded pork chops in a pan first to make the breading crispier, so it holds up to the butter in the baking dish and doesn't get soggy. But overall very good, definitely a keeper.
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  4. Lavender Lynn
    This is easy to do, fairly quick, and comes out tender, tasty, and elegant. Fresh garlic in the pan of melted butter sets the stage and aroma, and the final product is simply wonderful! We used seasoned bread crumb mix instead of grinding our own croutons, and have no complaint about the result. Made for PAC Fall 2008.
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  5. Lavender Lynn
    This is easy to do, fairly quick, and comes out tender, tasty, and elegant. Fresh garlic in the pan of melted butter sets the stage and aroma, and the final product is simply wonderful! We used seasoned bread crumb mix instead of grinding our own croutons, and have no complaint about the result. Made for PAC Fall 2008.
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