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Breaded pork chops will have your family RUNNING to the sound of the dinner bell.
I make a lot of breaded pork chop recipes, but this one totally stands out! My family loves breaded meat. My husband loves it the most when I use panko breadcrumbs. He loves the extra crunch and the real bread taste it possesses. While it’s a bit messy, I love it when my sons enjoy the food. And they usually enjoy breaded meat. The eat a lot, actually, and they love eating this with rice and gravy.
This Italian breaded pork chops recipe was a recipe recommended to me by a friend through an email. She sent the link to me, knowing that my family loves this kind of dish. So I immediately tried it the next day. Do I even need to say that it has been a huge hit? I served it for lunch because I know it will be quite heavy. I served this with mashed potatoes and blanched asparagus. They go so well with this tasty pork chop recipe.
Their plates were all clean by the end of lunch! Even if they asked for another serving, there wasn’t anything left to serve. I usually just cook one extra, and that extra was devoured by my husband.
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Quick Tip: Aluminum foil can be used to keep food moist, cook it evenly, and make clean-up easier.