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Simple, Pan-Fried Pork Chops

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  • 1 piece bone-in pork chops (Breakfast Chops, very Thin)
  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon seasoned salt
  • 1 teaspoon black pepper
  • cayenne pepper (To Taste)
  • 1/2 cup canola oil
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • salt
  • pepper
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    Calories200Calories from Fat140
    Total Fat15g23%
    Saturated Fat2g10%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat140
    Total Carbohydrate14g5%
    Dietary Fiber1g4%
    Vitamin A10%
    Vitamin C2%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


    DeBe 4 months ago
    Seasoned with Cajun seasoning, granulated garlic & threw on a little unseasoned meat tenderizer. Added a egg & splash of milk. Put in the fridge to marinate. When ready to fry added butter & peanut oil to cast iron skillet. Tossed flour with some seasonings. Dredged chops then fried as directed, 3-5 min. per a side, until golden & cooked through. Delicious basic recipe.
    Cindy Driver 4 months ago
    Very good, this is our favorite pork chop recipe.
    Edwardo 6 months ago
    Chops were moist but would have liked more seasoning. S&P both sides and even added more spices to the flour dredge but just didn’t come through. Cooked the first 3 over medium heat, no good browning sear, cooked 2nd 3 over med-high and got a better result. Good but need to spice it up!
    Perfect golden brown and crispy moist. May try pan gravy next time with less oil in the pan. May try shaking the flour mix in a repurposed vegetable bag with less flour and cornmeal or Panko added for crunch
    Charlie 2 years ago
    Quite good; will prepare again.
    Bohman 2 years ago
    mine came out more pale than the pic, but they were tasty. served with box stuffing and peas, tasty
    Lori S. 2 years ago
    Amazing!! They were so tender and juicy!! Love these! So simple too!
    Kevin Branch 2 years ago
    Good bite to eat Will make again
    Nelson 2 years ago
    Very decent, along with roasted sweet potatoes and peas/carrots
    Mike 2 years ago
    Easy to fix and very enjoyable. Didn’t have Shake & Bake on hand so tried this recipe and I’ll definitely use it again
    Brittney 2 years ago
    Came out perfect super easy and a quick delicious dinner recipe
    Robert Hundley 2 years ago
    Very tasty I will make it again.
    Drew G. 2 years ago
    loved em, so did the kids 5 stars for the simplicity
    Kathy Grimm 3 years ago
    Delicious. I did fry them in an iron skillet, and placed them on a cooling rack. will make again.
    Arlicia Jones 3 years ago
    Loved it!. Will definitely use this recipe every time.
    Kimberly Mayberry 3 years ago
    Delicious - also works well with boneless cutlets. Hubby and boys loved it!
    Bareiss 3 years ago
    used gluten free flour mix and it still cane out perfectly. i did use a no salt seasoning because i was taught to salt pork after cooking as it draws out moisture.
    amanda vorhies 3 years ago
    Great! Cooked them longer and in lower heat
    Alfie 3 years ago
    These came out great. I think the mistake I've always made in the past was not using enough fat/oil. Then the pan dries out and the browning is very uneven. This time I used plenty, the chops were halfway submerged. Problem solved!
    Aceit 3 years ago
    Great simple recipe. 5 stars easy
    Joseph 3 years ago
    Excellent!! Turned out great! Never made fried pork chops before. They were awesome!!
    Salcedo 3 years ago
    This is the exact same recipe my mom used and that I've used my whole adult life - so tasty. I keep the ingredients as is but also add some garlic powder and a bit of garlic salt. As for a side dish I use the fat drippings to make a yummy gravey and serve it over white rice. Oh the childhood memories!
    Micah B. 3 years ago
    Simple and Delicious! We loved it!
    Mary Kim 4 years ago
    Great. Did she put down in her recipe that the pork chops can be finished in the oven at 400 and an internal temperature of 145?
    Robert J. 4 years ago
    Turned out great. My family loved it.
    Carla 4 years ago
    pork chops came out fantastic! my husband and son both enjoyed them very much
    Certainly the best thing for the time
    DM 4 years ago
    Easy and good. What else can you ask for?
    debrah c. 4 years ago
    excellent and easy would definitely cook it again
    Brown 4 years ago
    Yum in my tum Added garlic