I get pork on sale OFTEN! Pork and Chicken tend to be our meat staple thanks to the sale prices. So, sometimes I have to get creative with how we fix pork chops so it doesn’t get old. We like them in the crock-pot with cream of mushroom and a sliced onion over rice or potatoes. But, our current favorite is baked at a high temp for a very short period of time. I switch it up often too with the breading we dip them in before baking.
Soak your chop in an egg/milk mixture, season and bake! Or you can change it up and then cover with a breading of your choice. I like to add a bit of Worcestershire sauce to the egg mix too for extra flavor. I often use a sleeve of ritz crackers with salt, pepper, garlic, onion powder and a dash of paprika. The last time I made this I used a box of Triscuit crackers that were a garlic parmesan flavor. You can get a boxed mix of breadcrumbs if you desire or a bag of crushed potato chips make yummy breadings too!
You can use any thickness just remember the thicker they are the longer the cooking process. Bake your pork chops at 425 for 10 minutes each side.
Baked Pork Chops
|2 T milk|
4 pork chops, trimmed
1 pinch garlic powder, to taste
1 pinch seasoned salt, to taste
(optional---breading of your choice)
(optional---use different/more spices for a different flavor)
Preheat oven to 425
Pour butter in 9x13 baking dish, tilting to cover entire bottom of dish
Whisk egg and milk together in a shallow bowl; dip chops into egg mixture. (optional: cover in breading) Transfer chops to the baking dish. Sprinkle chops with seasonings. Bake for 10 minutes and flip chops and season other side. Cook until pork is no longer pink in the center, about 10 more minutes.
Serve with buttered noodles and veggies on the side.
Parmesan Buttered Noodles
|16 oz box of any shape noodles, boiled and drained|
Add 1 stick of butter
1 1/2 tsp. Garlic
1 tsp. Parsley
1/2 c. Parmesan Cheese