These savory pork chops come out juicy, tender, and are complimented wonderfully by the parmesan, sage and garlic. This great dish can stand alone without needing a sauce or gravy to flavor it...and makes an easy dinner in less than an hour.
teola_mulholland ,Awesome,I did not have pork chops, but I had a pork tenderloin. Cut it up into 1inch slices. It worked 😜
dslakoff ,Good recipe. This was more work than I'm used to putting in for a meal for 2, but I would be willing to make again. I didn't have lemon handy, and I did feel that it was missing a little something. I will have to make sure I have lemon next time.
tanimags ,This dish was labour intensive to prepare but worth every minute. I browned the chops in the pan and finished them in the oven. Don't forget the lemon and parsley at the end. The flavours were delicious!
one_knight4u ,Very flavorful, pork turned out very juicy, Just wasnt a show stopping, earth moving flavor for me to rate as a 5, but i would make it again.
brittdilller ,The only way I'll eat pork chops now! This recipe is used at least two times per month in my household. Everyone begs me for them!
linda1915 ,This was very good and very easy. I will definitely make it again. I used thicker pork chops (that's all I had at the time), and cooked them on a lower temperature so that they would not over brown. I also increased the cooking time to about 30 minutes total.
weedblossom ,Ok, so I was looking through the submitted pictures of this dish and a lot of them look overdone or burnt. The easiest way to tell if they are ready to flip over is the sides of the pork chops are turning golden brown. The best heat on the stove top for this is 4-5, anything higher will overcook them. Also, do not crowd the pan and change out oil if it starts getting leftover burnt breadcrumbs.