Monday, May 13, 2013

Fried Pork Chops

I said months ago I was going to share this recipe. Sorry it took me
this long. Anyway, there's several choices you can make for your
breading: crushed cracker crumbs, bread crumbs, Andy's Seasoning,
or even instant potato flakes. If it isn't already, season and mix the seasonings
into your breading before you use it, basically salt and pepper.

You'll need 1 egg yolk beaten in a bowl and you'll need thawed pork chops.

Pour 1/2 inch of oil in frying pan and put on a little over medium heat. Dip
your pork chop into egg yolk and turn over so both sides are coated. Next,
dip pork chop in breading, and turn over. Make sure both sides are coated well.

Place pork chop in frying pan. Repeat with all the bits of meat. after 5-10 minutes,
turn meat over. Turn meat about every 10 minutes until the meat is white inside and
doesn't bleed, and outside is golden and crisp. Place on a serving platter.

It's one of my favorite foods. My mouth waters it it cooks in the kitchen and
the scent fills the house!

Hope yours comes out like this for you. Enjoy!

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for posting this! YUM! Although I think I'd rather come to your house for them. Every time I try to bread something, it seems the breading falls off. My grandmother (from the South) used to make these and I can still smell them. So good.