Top-ranked recipe named "Pork Chops (tender, Oven-baked)"
I hope you enjoy these tender pork chops...
"Made this for the second time & seems to be getting better every time. This time I didn't dip it in eggs, just flour. The flour was all purpose with oregano, garlic salt, salt, & steak seasoning. Regarding the water & boullion, I boiled 2 cups of water to 4 boullion cubes. I added that to the juices left in the pan from the chops, simmered it for a minute, then poured it over the chops. Also to have some fun I added baby carrots that I cut in half. Leave it in the oven for 30 minutes & you have a sensational dish. My in-laws, husband, & I LOVE it. "- avelinaechavarria
Dip chops in beaten egg and then in salted, peppered flour (cover well); add oil to frying pan and brown chops lightly. Place chops in glass 10 x 13 inch shallow pan.
Slice onion over chops and add more salt and pepper. Dissolve 2 chicken bouillon cubes in 1/2 cup boiling water and add this to drippings in frying pan. Pour this over chops.
Cover entire dish with foil. Bake at 375 degrees for 45 minutes.
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suelous7411 3 months agoThis came out absolutely perfect for me. I didn't realize how tender pork chops could be! Kudos
H2trott1 4 months agoCould be the best chops I ever made. Sliced 'em from pork loin and spiced up the flour to my taste.
sheyne 1 year ago
akamomof2 1 year ago
ashcollins 1 year agoHusband and I loved it!! Although I did add onion powder, garlic powder, and oregano to the flour mix for more flavor!
Chef188 1 year agoEasy, Tasty & Inexpensive, ...
Lowrain 1 year agoSimple and tasty
prayburn 1 year ago
T-Bo 1 year agoQuick, easy & tastes great. Real kid pleaser!!
ResistanceIsFertile 1 year agoTurned out delicious. Varied spices to taste in the flour mix and didnt have chicken bouillon so I just used pork gravy. Adjusted time to an hour and tossed some broccoli in with 15 minutes left. Broiled for 5 more minutes. Threw it all on some mashed potatoes and it was great. Great simple recipe. Just season to your taste.