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  • Alexis Metcalf

    Italian Breaded Pork Chops Recipe. Made for dinner tonight!

  • Gmoney Pmoney

    Italian Breaded Pork Chops - just use 1 egg, add garlic power and italian seasoning, use less bread crumbs, dip porkchop in flour before egg mixture

  • Mary Raine

    Italian Breaded Pork Chops Recipe #food #recipe #pork #pork_chops

  • chelsea steffen

    Italian Breaded Pork Chops- 3 eggs lightly beaten, 3T milk, 1 1/2c Italian seasoned bread crumbs, 1/2c grated Parmesan cheese, 2T dried parsley, 2T olive oil, 4 cloves garlic (peeled &chopped), 4 pork chops

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Italian Breaded Pork Chops ..."My father's side of the family is Sicilian, and has been making these pork chops for at least 3 generations. My husband frequently requests these over my marinated and grilled pork chops when I give him a choice. If you do not have an oven-proof skillet, you may cook the chops on the stove at medium-low."

Italian Breaded Pork Chops- My go to pork chop recipe. I double dip and bread the chops. Come out so tender.

Kittencal s Italian Breaded Baked Parmesan Pork Chops from Use the thick-cut pork chops for this not fast-fry and only dry breadcrumbs for this or they will not hold on to the chops and plan ahead the chops need to sit a room temperature for about 45 minutes before coating --- if desired for a lower fat option you may skip the skillet browning and just bake in the oven

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4/13...Tried this tonight for dinner. DEFINITE WINNER!!! Will absolutely do again...finally a yummy pork chop : ) TPW_2269 by Ree Drummond / The Pioneer Woman, via Flickr

Pork chops can go from succulent, juicy, and amazingly savory to cardboard in just a few moments.  The trick all comes down to temperature.  A perfectly cooked chop should be 140 F inside, slightly pink, and visibly juicy.  How do you get such perfection? Here are a few tips: 1. Brine! Brining your meat helps keep the moisture in and seasons it from the inside out. 2. Go thick. It’s a lot easier to control the temperature of the meat with thicker cuts. Thinner cuts cook quickly, so they’re easy to over-cook. 3. Rest.  Let your meat rest for at […]