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Old 10-15-2017, 01:53 PM   #1
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Horseradish Crusted Pork Chops

I recently made this pork chop recipe in the toaster oven. For the two of us, I used two thick cut boneless chops that had been previously brined, and used the full crumb mixture from the recipe. I used Panko crumbs. Be careful not to over cook. I cooked ours 20 min. at 375 degrees.

If you like horseradish like we do, this is a quick and easy must try recipe. Enjoy.

Horseradish Pork Chops Recipe - Allrecipes.com
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another winner and another keeper recipe. thanks for finding it.
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Old 10-15-2017, 05:33 PM   #3
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Mmmm....pork chops with a bit of a bite. Sounds delicious, Kay! Copied and saved.
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I recently made this pork chop recipe in the toaster oven. For the two of us, I used two thick cut boneless chops that had been previously brined, and used the full crumb mixture from the recipe. I used Panko crumbs. Be careful not to over cook. I cooked ours 20 min. at 375 degrees.

If you like horseradish like we do, this is a quick and easy must try recipe. Enjoy.

Horseradish Pork Chops Recipe - Allrecipes.com
K, did you use Creamy or straight Horseradish?
DH loves horseradish and I buy the straight stuff, no fillers (aka cream),
and I'm thinking 1/4 cup would blow my head off, but him though
Another question: the crumb mixture only goes on top, is that right?
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Old 10-16-2017, 01:15 AM   #5
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K, did you use Creamy or straight Horseradish?
DH loves horseradish and I buy the straight stuff, no fillers (aka cream),
and I'm thinking 1/4 cup would blow my head off, but him though
Another question: the crumb mixture only goes on top, is that right?
I used straight horseradish (not creamed) but you could divide the butter/crumb mixture and use a reduced amount for your topping Kgirl. Yes, the mixture goes only on the top, and if it's not brown enough when the pork is done, just turn the toaster oven to broil for the last minute or so.

Thanks for the nice responses folks.
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I used straight horseradish (not creamed) but you could divide the butter/crumb mixture and use a reduced amount for your topping Kgirl. Yes, the mixture goes only on the top, and if it's not brown enough when the pork is done, just turn the toaster oven to broil for the last minute or so.

Thanks for the nice responses folks.

That's what I was thinking K, 1/4 cup between two chops would make DH very happy but kill me
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That's what I was thinking K, 1/4 cup between two chops would make DH very happy but kill me
Understood Kgirl. Since there are 4 Tbs. in 1/4 cup, I'd use 2 Tbs. for his half of crumb mixture, and 1 Tbs. for your half.
Cooking the horseradish seems to make it milder than you would think however.
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Your recipe has given me an idea, Kayelle. I have a jar of Penzeys "Horseradish Powder" that I picked up on a shopping trip because it looked...interesting. I've used it only a couple of times, and I don't even remember what for. I think the next time I make breaded pork chops I'll add some to the breadcrumbs and see if Himself can figure out what the secret ingredient is. I might even make a mustard-horseradish sauce to put under the chop before I plate it.
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Hmmm, Horseradish Powder, now that sounds interesting CG
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That does look like a good dish K. Thanks, I bookmarked it.


Couldn't you use wasabi powder too?
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