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Most of us have tried it—reinvent pork chop breadings to give those juicy pieces of meat a new flavor. What have you tried so far? In my case, I’ve tried the classic flour-egg-bread crumbs. I use Japanese bread crumbs because they give the chops the crunchy taste without the saltiness. I also tried the flour-egg-crushed crackers combination. Those tasteless crackers that we pair with cheese and wine? I put a few pieces in a ziplock bag and crush them. I also tried the flour-egg-flour. I saw this in one of the video recipes on a social media site and tried it too: the flour-egg-crushed Cheetos combination. The last one was the flour-egg-graham crackers combination. This one didn’t taste so good, at least for me. The texture of the crushed graham crackers was too soft; and the semi-sweet taste of it just didn’t taste well with my pork chops.
For some reason, I never thought of using cheese crackers for breading even though I actually love cheese. So when I encountered this recipe from Mr. Food while I was searching for other breading recipes that cater to my taste, there was a “light bulb” moment—why didn’t I think of that?
Photo and recipe courtesy of Mr. Food.
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