a deliciously seasoned breaded pork chop. Pork is on sale constantly and real
bargain to add to your weekly dinner menu. In fact, if you scout around, many of
your local supermarkets will offer a buy one get one free. On these days, I
stock up my freezer for future dinner entrees. There are so many recipes that
can be had with pork, and it is one item on the dinner fare that is greeted
amicably by most members of your family. Recently my son asked for these, and I
realized I had never shared the recipe with my readers! You're going to be
making this one often, so keep it handy.
You can use my own homemade bread crumbs or purchase your own. Both will make magnificent results.
1 lb of pork chops (doesn't matter what cut)
1/2 cup milk
2 cups Seasoned Bread Crumbs
Oil to fry
Season pork chops to taste with salt and pepper.
Let stand five minutes allowing spices to marinate. Make an egg wash of the egg
and milk by mixing thoroughly. Place Seasoned Bread Crumbs in a large bowl.
Place oil on large fry pan, approximately several tablespoons, and set heat on
med./low. Begin dredging pork chops first in egg wash and then pressing bread crumb
mixture as cover each pork chop in the coating. Fry on each
side approximately seven to ten minutes until golden brown.