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Old 03-06-2006, 01:19 PM   #1
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I've Got Pork Chops For Dinner Tonight. How Should I Cook Them?

No time for a marinade. Someone give me something easy and good to do with them!

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Old 03-06-2006, 01:27 PM   #2
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No time to marinade?????

Sprinkle with Emeril's Essence and grill.

Coat with seasoned bread crumbs and bake.

Brown on both sides and bake with cream of mushroom soup. (I don't like this but you may)
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Old 03-06-2006, 01:39 PM   #3
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put them in a baking dish with cut up potatoes, carrots, onion, some garlic,
some sauerkraut(if you like it) little dabs of butter, salt and pepper. and if you really want some extra flavor add a can of chopped tomatoes juice and all. cover and bake. undercoverr last few min. Chops come out very tender and veggies very flavored. yum yum
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Old 03-06-2006, 01:44 PM   #4
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quick and easy... ok.... brown them in a little oil, season with salt and pepper.

Put them in an oven safe pan and open a can of mushroom soup. Pour over the top, add a can of mushrooms and some onions if you'd like. Serve over rice or noodles.
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Old 03-06-2006, 01:59 PM   #5
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If they are thick, I like to stuff them with cheddar then coat with breadcrumbs, fry them in som evoo.

Another good way is breading them in panko. They are japanese breadcrumbs, you can find in the asian section of your grocery store. I mix my panko with parm cheese, dried sage and salt & pepper. Panko is great for sealing in the moisture, who like dry pork chops? First I dip chops in flour then egg wash, then the panko. Sear in evoo, until browned on both sides and finish in a 425F degree oven about 20 mins.
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Old 03-06-2006, 02:45 PM   #6
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How about some stuffed pork chops with fruit for sweetness? I have a great cranberry/apricot stuffing recipe for pork chops. Let me know if you'd like it.
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how about an orange sauce? or maybe breaded?
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fried up with sliced apples and onions is my favorite way, but you've got some other great ideas here.
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fried up with sliced apples and onions is my favorite way, but you've got some other great ideas here.
Oh Bug, that sounds so good. Do you dredge your chops in flour first?


Another quick way with chops is to put prepared Stove Top Stuffing in a baking dish, lay chops on dressing, and pour a can of cream of something soup over the top. Cover with foil and bake at 350 for about 45 minutes or until chops are tender. Uncover and bake a little more to crisp up the top. Warm up a can of green beans, and you've got supper. I like the Italian flat ones, called Roma.
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The following is quite easy, though it includes a number of ingredients.

Crushed frosted mini wheats (enough to coat however many chops, both sides)
olive oil
chopped onion
ground mustard
whole, skinned tomatoes
brown sugar
salt & pepper to taste
worcestershire sauce

Add the oil to a skillet and begin to cook the onion. Rinse the chops in cold water and liberally coat with the crushed frosted shredded wheat. Sear each side in the pan with oil & onion, and put them in a greased (non greased is okay, but murder to clean) baking pan. Place the tomatoes over the chops, and sprinkle the remaining dry ingredients (not the cereal) and add several dashes of worcestershire. Bake covered with aluminum foil for an hour, then uncovered for another 15 - 20 minutes.
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