This homestyle breaded pork chops recipe has a delicious combination of herbs and spices and is a perfect choice for dinner.
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Being a mom of three little boys, I am always struggling to find recipes that are appealing to kids. I know that this is a common struggle that moms have, especially when they have picky eaters. This recipe for breaded pork chops, with a touch of mustard, are delicious, full of flavor, and are definitely a meal that old and young alike will enjoy.
I always like to add a little something extra to classic recipes like this one for breaded pork chops. My hope in doing so, is that these small, fun changes are just enough to satisfy the demanding palates of my kids. Usually, making these small changes to the food can be the difference between them not finishing, and actually asking for seconds!
When I was a little girl, my favorite way to eat pork chops was when they were cooked in a roasted tomatillo salsa, which is how my abuelita cooked them when we went to visit her. She always served them with white rice and my siblings and I never left anything on the plate because they were so delicious.
Now that I am a mom, I have come to realize that not all kids are the same, and what may have been delicious to me, isn’t something that they are going to like. That is one reason why I have learned to find new ways to prepare classic recipes. This is good, because I enjoy learning how to make them, and also because it gives me new ideas to share with all of you.
These breaded pork chops are delicious with or without bones. On this occasion, I decided to use boneless pork chops, since it is more safe and appetizing for my kids to see them like this. In addition, it is easier to bread them without the bone. I have many other recipes that use the bone-in pork chops, and I definitely recommend them for soups or just grilled or fried with garlic and other herbs.
If you are looking for a delicious addition to your weekly meal plan, these breaded pork chops are an ideal choice. They are quick and easy to prepare, and you can serve them alongside nearly any side dish.
If you have a little bit more time, I suggest that you marinate the meat all night. I can assure you that doing so will result in the best pork chops you have had in your life.
These breaded pork chops have always been a hit at my house and I am glad that I have found a new way to enjoy them. I have to admit that the salsa verde pork chops that my abuelita made will always be number one, but these breaded pork chops are a close second.
The combination of herbs and a touch of mustard definitely gives these breaded pork chops a distinctive flavor that is always on the menu at our house. After you have tried these, please come back and let me know how they turned out in the comments.
If you loved these breaded pork chops, check out these other delicious recipes that use pork.
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- Slow Cooker Pork Carnitas Tacos
- Pork Fajitas with Hawaiian Slaw and Coconut Cilantro-Lime Rice
- Salsa Verde Grilled Pork Chops Recipe
- Tacos Al Pastor Recipe Homemade Version
- Mexican-Style Sweet and Spicy Pork
- 4 boneless pork chops
- 1 cup of breadcrumbs
- 1/4 cup of yellow mustard
- 1 tbsp paprika
- 1 tbsp cumin
- 1 tbsp thyme
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tsp pepper
- 1/4 cup of oil for frying
- Season the pork chops with salt and pepper
- Cover the pork chops in a thin layer of mustard
Combine the breadcrumbs with the spices and mix well
- Coat the pork chops in the breadcrumb mixture
- Heat the oil in a frying pan and add the pork chops one at a time, cooking for five minutes on each side until cooked through.