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I just bought some Panko bread crumbs and haven't used them but once on some fish. I would like to use them on pork chops today. Does anyone have a recipe or just a suggestion?
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ZeeRN_PA posted this
6 boneless pork chopsMix together well, for dipping pork chops:2 egg whites2 tsp cornstarch2 TBL lemon juiceCrumb Mixture:1+ cup Panko breadcrumbs 1 tsp garlic salt1/2+ tsp. onion powder1 TBL parsley flakes (or more, I didn't measure)Dip pork chops in egg white mix, then in breadcrumbs to coat well. Let air dry for 20-30 minutes. Brown both sides in 3 TBL (or more, as needed) olive oil.I transferred the chops to a baking dish (because I wasn't sure my skillet was oven-proof) and then baked them for 15 minutes at 450.Wonderful! I love those breadcrumbs!
I love panko bread crumbs. I've mixed them with shake & bake for pork before and it added a nice crispy crust and I didn't have to fry them.
I've dipped pork chops in flour, then egg, then panko's and fried them. I do chicken tenders this way also (far more often than I should!). Season the meat with salt and lime pepper first. Very, very good.
Today I used egg, flour and the Pankos and baked them in a 425 oven. I didn't like them at all. The next time I will do as you say. Fry them and the put in the oven; or just fry them. They didn't brown and were a little dry. Thanks for the recipes.
I always use panko bread crumbs on my pork chops. I take 1/2 inch chops and pound them thin. Dip in beaten egg and coat with the panko crumbs. I then fry them in a skillet with canola oil.
For a healthier version, bake them in a preheated 400 degree oven for about 20 minutes. Check for 150-155 degrees in the middle of the pork chop with an instant reading thermometer. If you line a low height pan with foil, you will have less clean-up to do than with frying. I add salt, pepper, dried thyme and, of course, garlic to my Panko. Your mileage may vary. Grin.
We like this one a lot. Rub some mayo on both sides of the chop, season with salt and pepper and then dip in bread crumbs or panko. Bake at 400 for 20-30 minutes. The pork chops come out really moist.
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