--Look for the word "loin" in the name for the leanest cuts of pork.
--Pork is a great source of important nutrients, such as B-vitamins and protein.
--Pork tenderloin is just as lean as a skinless chicken breast.
--Pork's mild flavor goes well with many ethnic seasonings, spice rubs and marinades.
--It takes about eight minutes to broil, grill or sauté a pork chop.
--Pork chops are America's favorite cut of pork, and because they come from the pork loin, they are also a healthful choice.
--Because pork is so lean, it is important not to overcook it.
1/4 cup milk
1/4 cup seasoned bread crumbs
1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
1/8 teaspoon pepper
4 boneless pork chops (2-3 ounces each)
Heat oil to 1/2 inch in fry pan on medium. Place milk and egg in a shallow bowl and stir until mixed well. In another shallow bowl, toss crumbs with cheese and seasonings.
Dip pork chops in milk, then coat with crumb mixture. Place in fry pan and cook about 10 minutes on each side.
Drain on newspaper or paper towels.