I hate frying. If I could only wear a full-body armor suit, I will. I am kind of scared of the oil splattering everywhere because that thing is incredibly hot! If you visit my kitchen, you’ll notice that most of my pots and pans are nonstick. That way, I don’t need to use oil in frying. But there are some dishes that’s worth risking everything for such as pan-fried pork chops. I couldn’t fry pork chops without oil because even if they’re being cooked in a nonstick frying pan, they become really dry and that’s not what I want.
I want a juicy pork chop, a tender one that’s easy to bite and that doesn’t get stuck between your teeth. I found this pan-fried pork chop recipe over at The Pioneer Woman. I now christened this as my lazy day simple pan fried pork chops because I make them every time I want something savory and tasty, but doesn’t take much of my time or my effort.
They’re a bit messy to make because of the flour and all, but that can be remedied if I’m careful. All I wanted was a recipe with less preparation time and cooking time so I can just be lazy after preparing it. Cleaning the kitchen takes much time and we all know it! Try this recipe if you feel similarly!
Photo and recipe courtesy of The Pioneer Woman and Thankn’s Kitchen.
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Quick Tip: When sourcing for pork chops; just look for the thinnest cut—bone still in—as you can find.