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This video shows you how to batter and fry pork chops. These pork chops are tenderized in the store so they are fork tender.
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Fried Tenderized Pork
1/4″ THICK TENDERIZED PORK CHOPS
1 1/2 CUPS SELF-RISING FLOUR
WEBER STEAK N CHOP
BLACK PEPPER
SALT
2 EGGS (ROOM TEMP.)
Take pork out of package.
-Place flour in a shallow pie plate.
-Place eggs in a shallow pie plate and whisk well.
Sprinkle one side of chops well with steak n chop, pepper, & salt. Now place each chop in the egg and then into flour pressing the flour into chop. Dip and batter both sides and place them back on a large platter.
Fry chops in 1/2″deep HOT oil in a large skillet. Fry 3 minutes first side on medium/high. Flip them and fry 2 minutes on last side. You may have to turn heat down slightly to prevent burning. Use drippings and make my white gravy recipe on page 100 to serve over chops! Pork chops: 150-degree internal temp. minimum!

We eat these regularly at our house…Tammy

Comments

Joyce Becton says:

My Mama always used evaporated milk instead of eggs before dipping in flour. You might try that. Whatever you like best.

Jarenda Garner says:

I love it when you cook with buttermilk.

John French says:

This looks like a really good meal. It reminds me of my grandma's cooking. Too bad about the gravy–all those good pork bits gone to waste!

Debbie Bassett says:

Cubed pork is one of my definite favorites! You are so pretty and your cooking is outstanding!

Linda C Taylor says:

One of my favorite CVC meals!

Sweetie Pie says:

Looks so yummy!!😋

Donna Smith says:

This one looks like a double yummy!!!

Jimisue Langen says:

I love those chops

Sherry Bama says:

This is one of my favorite meals! You cook so much like I do – except better! 🐘🏈💕

50hellkat2 says:

Yum…. my idea of the perfect supper.

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me says:

Looks Faboulas! Not ever seen those porkchops at any store I've been to. We are limited in CA when it comes to southern food.

Paul D. Green says:

Looks delicious as usual Tammy! Thank you for sharing!

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