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I’m just glad to know that you’re older than I am. Don't overcrowd your pan. Thank you. Thank you so much for making our bellies happy tonight! We’ll begin by making a breader for our pork chops. This is the only recipe I will be using when I make them again. You might want to try spreading the fried chops out on a brown paper bag as opposed to the paper towels. Past 30 yrs-. But I don't feel like it gives a shake and bake flavor. I am going to try this for my hubby tonight.but Is corn starch neccesaary? I have never made very good gravy before. Made these last night, they were easy and tasted great. It’s turned out to be one of our most popular recipes here on Taste of Southern. To make fried pork chops, first make the batter by mixing flour and spices in one bowl and whisking eggs in another bowl. Be Blessed!!! Except for having no reciepes for whale meat i do love ur site. Heat oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Don’t overcrowd the skillet. They come out tender, juicy and with the perfect amount of crunch. Hi Madison, Thank you for your kind words and compliments regarding our Southern Fried Pork Chops recipe. The butter does make all the difference! Don’t know what you’re missing! Oh my word, my mom made pork chops just like this! Thank you. Be Blessed!!! I’m glad I found your website, as there are a lot of great sounding recipes that remind me of home. If the temperature is at the right point, the water will start to pop or “talk” to you as it also dances around. I use a deep fryer and instead of placing on paper towels use a rack. I was at church and just received this today. Be Blessed!!! Is pork still supposed to have a pink tint to it? My mouth is watering just thinking about it. Maybe next time. (Smile) I missed my chance with one a year or so ago. I made a little tweak to them by adding butter to the oil and that gives them such beautiful color! I’m sure it was awesome. And once you take a bite of these you will know why! Thank you so much! The fried pork has to be crispy, airy and crunchy, so when they are stir-fried with the sweet and sour sauce, the pork will remain crispy and not soggy and swim in the sauce. I prefer to use the buttermilk but it’s not an absolute. Keep working on it, you’ll get it to turn out just right in no time at all. Ok, now I want pork chops really bad! I was in Nashville a couple of weeks back. I've let the meat sit in the flour and out of the flour for a few minutes before frying and tried it right after the flour. Thanks for the memories! Love ya! These look so delicious!! In another bowl, combine the milk and water. Several had me mixing and adding multiple spices to try and get that perfect fried chop. -Steve. Thanks so much for your recipe! Hope you are having a great Labor Day weekend! Did you scrape the hair off with a jar lid? Yum! I live in the Pacific Northwest, but my roots are in Missouri where I grew up eating down-home comfort foods (like fried squirrel or strawberry-rhubarb cobbler with fresh cream). I have always used paper towels. The bbq in the NH winter! I’ll have to try that myself next time. This will take about 6-8 minutes depending on your stove and how fast you’re cooking. It’s not quite as tart as the real stuff but it will serve the purpose. Shh - I may also do that! I think you’ll like it. Please stop by and say hello again anytime. Steve, thats one of my favorite foods along with meatloaf and fried chicken. Combine all dry ingredients. They just happened to be on sale the day I went looking for some. LOVE SOUTHERN INSPIRED DISHES COME FOLLOW ALONG! I do hope you’ll try some of our other recipes if you get the chance. Since the batter contains less water, it becomes crispy and stiff after deep-frying. Just be careful if adding water and remember that all you need is about one drop. Can anyone tell me what temperature to fry these on?? It’s from the Pork Food Service website. -Steve. I do hope you’ll stop by again real soon, your comments are greatly appreciated. Recipe, used a plastic bag to shake, let sit Southern Fried Pork Chops are sprinkled with seasoned salt, pepper & a little cayenne, if you want some spice, dredged in flour and pan fried until perfectly golden and delicious! http://www.porkfoodservice.org/MenuingPork/298/TestingForDoneness.aspx. -Steve. Gather everything together to setup your dredge station. I am so thrilled you enjoyed them! Had these today~~the chops reminded me of my Mom, who no longer Will try that the next time I do country-fried steak! Thank you again, I hope you’ll visit with us again real soon. Thanks again and I do hope you’ll stop by for another visit real soon. But, you could try this as a substitute. But I kept trying. Having many Southern friends have loved all their cooking. https://www.japanesecooking101.com/tonkatsu-deep-fried-pork-recipe My family loved them too and commented that they were as if I had got them at a restaurant. I made them twice in three days, they were so popular. As for the biscuits, you could try my Mini-Biscuits or Party Biscuit Recipe here on Taste of Southern. Also, keep in mind that we add a new recipe each Monday morning, so come back each week. Congratulations on the upcoming wedding. Thank you so very, very much for sharing your knowledge in the same way they did! <3. I just can't resist a fried pork chop ;)! Again - I never do! I hope you’ll visit with us again real soon. Hi Hannah, Thank you for your question. I would normally buy the bone-in pork chops since thats what we had all the time when mama cooked them. Thanks for the tips! I added 1/2 teaspoon of onion powder. I didn’t have buttermilk or cornstarch and I used bone in pork chops. I do hope your chops turn out great and I’ll look forward to a full report. –Steve. 54 started cooking “southern” as a teen. I’m very interested in any other recipes you have. I made these with AuGratin potatoes and fried cabbage….oh so good! Thank you again for your comments. The AuGratin Potatoes and Fried Cabbage sounds good. My mother was a Kentucky farm girl and could really cook but wasn’t big into flour breading so I naturally followed by example. They go great with all types of vegetables and really well with some mashed potatoes. Hi Marms, Thank you for your visit today. Guess what I’m making for dinner? then add in butter and let it all melt! Last night my daughter e-mailed your fabulous fried pork chops receipe and I’m thankful you’ve found Taste of Southern and hope you’ll visit with us often. I am so glad your pork chops were a success. Hi Jeff, I’m glad that you and your wife enjoyed the Fried Pork Chops. Thank you for the suggestion about the White Pepper Gravy. -Steve. Thank you so much for the incredible recipe and for sharing it with everyone. Ready to give them a try? I’ve never attempted to make breaded pork chops, so I went online to find a recipe, and found the recipe on this site. I use mine all the time. Add a tsp of baking powder. ★☆ They are a family favorite! You might want to check out my recipe Fried Chicken with Gravy. Yummy recipe! My pork chops turned out AMAZING. Even can my own veggies for the winter. I’m sorry I didn’t get to respond sooner and its really great that you cared enough to come back and leave comments again. It’s a simple idea but the little things make cooking fun…and easy. Great recipe. That's the best compliment you can get! This is the perfect Southern meal -- love it! Thank you!!! ? She used stone ground cornmeal for fried chicken instead of flour and no breading at all on pork chops. They are a family favorite here! I used the boneless pork loin that was on sale at Kroger for $1.99/lb. Coming!! As for the good ol days I read up above, I’m only 24 and would not have it any other way. You could make them with boneless as well! My daughter now That may be true. We are from KY and my husband who is born and raised here said these are the best fried pork chops he has ever eaten. Be Blessed!!! Now, add about 2 Tablespoons of Buttermilk. Us southern folks like our southern foods so keep up the good work and may GOD BLESS YOU. I have been crazy busy the last couple of days as my brother and I were preparing for a fundraiser plate sale for a local church program that helps the homeless. Nikki, these are fabulous! I will probably make a batch for New Years Day. May I ask what difference it makes? -Steve. It is going to depend on the thickness. Thanks. I am so glad your family loves them! You can also make 8 thin cut pork chops with this recipe. My grandson and I loved it!! How can you get a tender chop with only 10 minutes of cooking? It makes it much easier to understand what I’m doing. You are so welcome! Dip each pork chop into the flour mixture and coat well, shaking off the excess. This recipe is only 402 calories per serving. I’m a bit jealous that you have your own chickens and fresh eggs each day. Be Blessed!!! Pork Chop Cook Time will vary when frying pork chops based on thickness. So delish!!!!! Be Blessed!!! -Steve. We love fried pork chops, and these ones are ON POINT with their flavor (and look!) They are his favorite. If you look at the pork chop on the right, you can see the bottom has started to brown. Also, it didn’t come out golden brown but it was still good. Dip meat in batter, fry in deep oil, temperature 375 degrees for 5-6 minutes till brown. Do you do anything differently for fried chicken? I would love to try this and a few other recipes and I was wondering if you could share how to make gravy with the pan oil? It is hard to say. Ingredients for battered pork chops: 800 g pork lion (or already boneless cut pork chops); These pork chops can find their way to my table any time! Happy to hear that you enjoyed the Fried Pork Chops. So yummy! I’m terribly sorry to hear that your mom isn’t with us anymore. I was in Franklin, KY a couple of weeks ago, beautiful area around that way. Did I mention Fried Pork Chops are good for breakfast too! Thanks for such a great easy recipe. Make sure your oil and butter is hot before placing the chops in the pan. In a small mixing bowl, add the Flour, Corn Starch, Garlic Powder, Salt, Black Pepper and Paprika. I’m from the old school of thinking when it comes to pork. The meal was a big hit with my family and I couldn’t be happier with this recipe! I want to make sure it’s done and I don’t want to see any pink inside or in the juices when it’s cooked. Santa Barbara,CA. Hi Alaina, Thank you for the “letter.” Ha! Stated need to make often! The less of that we have in the pan, the better things will be. Use another couple of paper towels to pat the tops of the chops dry. I am so glad you enjoyed them and they tasted like your moms. I’m glad I’m not the only one that likes things the way they used to be! -Steve. Going to make these today but I only ever have boneless pork chops--hope they'll still be good. -Steve. Adjust accordingly. Keep up the great work, I’m sure your parents are very proud of you. Lightly brush with a little melted butter or olive oil (or spray it on) and reheat at 350° for 5 to 8 minutes or so on each side, depending on the thickness of the chops. These are simple! I enjoyed making the pork chops according to your recipe. I honestly have never really deep fried pork chops so it's hard to say. Add the pieces one at a time, allowing just a minute or so before adding the next one to let the oil come back up to a good frying point. Thank you for your help… (PS. That is the best compliment. Family loved them! When they’re done, remove the pork chops from the skillet. Gently lower one of the coated pork chops into the pan of hot oil. Stir, set aside for about 10 minutes, then add just as you would the Buttermilk. Sounds like you had one more delicious meal that evening. You didn’t “luck out” by the way… it was meant to be. Make sure you mix all the ingredients well. These chops look perfectly crispy crunchy and delicious! I appreciate your comments and do hope you’ll try them again sometime. I’m glad you found the recipe and gave it a try, glad we could help out. Double batter cannot hurt though. Be Blessed!!! If it is, I am omw to buy the one thank you much again ❤, Hi Martin, You can certainly leave the corn starch out if you don’t have it. I agree! YOU are the best! Southern Fried Pork Chops are sprinkled with seasoned salt, pepper and a little cayenne, if you want some spice, then dredged in flour and pan fried until perfectly golden and delicious! You’re the best! Use a fork and stir mixture well. We recommend placing the leftover fried pork chops in an airtight container or wrapping in foil and placing in the fridge. They were pretty big chops…I think the six of them were nearly four pounds total. (His 14 year old sister is an aspiring chef and has been since a toddler, and both she and their 13 year old brother are fairly accomplished chefs for people of any age, much less teeangers…but the 11 year old is just starting out with his love of cooking.). We were doing roasted corn on a fire in our firepit last night (fresh from a farmer down the road!) Now if you despise salty food maybe leave the seasoned salt off of the chops. Thank you so much for sharing. They stay nice and juicy. Just add about 1/4 inch of cooking oil and set the heat to medium or maybe just one notch above. Thank you! than that, save for maybe using lard or bacon fat for the frying! That is a pretty high comment from a picky eater. Bringing them to room temperature will allow them to cook evenly. Don’t recall any of them in school, thats for sure. It just takes a little practice but you can learn it quickly. My deep love for cooking and entertaining are the inspiration in each of the recipes and creations I share. Be Blessed!!! Heat the oil in a large skillet until the oil is shimmering. Hi Scott, Thank you for your comments on the photos. Mine was just saying I don't make them often enough. Place the cleaned chitterlings in a large pot with 4 to 5 cups of water or enough to cover them by at least 2 inches. Be Blessed!!! Thank you Ruthy! Served this with sautéed squash and vidalia onions cooked with butter s&p for a while and Allens green beans in chicken broth w/ a thick slice of bacon simmered on low for a while. I am thinking about these for New Years day with black eyed peas! Moms are just special, aren’t they? They especially love it when paired with Instant Pot Mac N Cheese and southern collard greens! Thanks so much for this recipe! Double batter the pork chops by dipping them in the flour mixture, then … For some odd reason my breading was not crunchy at all the flavors were great tho. If you share a picture of something you make from our blog, tag it with #SoulfullyMade so we can see it. As for those “Good Ol’ Days that seem so long ago.” They WERE! So I bumped at your site and saw this recipe. I really liked the addition of the corn starch to the flour…I had never thought of doing that when frying any kind of meat, and I’m assuming that it helped adhere the breading to the meat. Good flavor. Thank you for the compliments goldenlady. I sometimes wonder why no one has thought of beer-battered pork chops before! -Steve. I also served mashed potatoes, brown sugar glazed carrots, and country gravy on the side. Be Blessed!!! They are soooooo good! I seasoned them and did an egg wash on my chops before dipping in flour...turned out nice and crisp!!! Dredge each side of the pork chops in the flour mixture, then set aside on a plate. Let the chops fry for about 6-8 minutes or until done but not over cooked. It keeps them crisp. My family always loves pork chop days! And any chance you could do a post on homemade biscuits and white pepper gravy? I’ll be looking forward to you visiting with us again… real soon. I’ve done some baked (disappointing…need to work on that as I’d surprisingly never baked pork chops before! Im not sure if i can find corn flour here in Norway, but i go to one of them stores selling exotic stuff. Have a beautiful week and come back soon! I do hope you’ll give our Southern Fried Pork Chops recipe a try, and let us know how they turn out for you. Dana I try to keep things simple and easy around here most of the time. Conplete game changer!! One at a time, dip a pork chop in the flour and coat both sides. i tried these tonight! Relax and keep smiling! Watch the bottom of the pork chops as they begin to cook. Sorry I missed this last night. Combine flour, seasoning salt, salt and pepper in a … People blame a good recipe when they Watch the temperature of your oil and don’t let it get too hot as it cooks. How cool is that? You’re awesome Michelle, Congratulations on buying that cast iron skillet and making the Pork Chops. Be Blessed!!! I appreciate your comments and your question, and hope you’ll visit with us often. I am so glad you loved them!! You have put a smile on my face today! Ha! How tender were your chops? I’ve never been able to pan fry meat but these were delicious. Southern Fried Pork Chops Recipe:  You’ll need these ingredients. We might feature it on Instagram! The bone in thick cut pork chops are the key!! Thanks and Blessings! Here’s a really quick and simple recipe for some delicious southern fried comfort food. Thank you for the recipe my wife said it was a keeper! I needed a quick refresher on how LONG to cook/fry them, which is how an internet search landed me at your site. I have never fried meat before so I admit that I was pretty nervous before I started, but with your excellent easy to follow instructions, I made some pretty darn good chops, if I do say so myself! My passion is for sharing dishes inspired by my southern roots! Thank you so much Jennifer! I’d really like to know how you like them. Hi Tiffany, So glad to hear the Fried Pork Chops turned out well for you. Place them on a plate with a layer of paper towels to absorb any excess oil. Try these fried pork strips next time when the craving for easy, crispy fried food hits. It was a real good southern home style meal I cooked even though I live in the Mid-Atlantic. This southern favorite is simple, but oh so scrumptious! And these are simple and fab! My mom always baked her pork chops, being raised up north, but after 30 years in the south and southwest, I am a fan of fried! Deep-fried ribs are a two-step recipe. I knew you were a man of many talents, but I just “lucked out” by stumbling across your recipe for “Southern fried” pork chops! Remove the cooked chops from the skillet, place on a paper towel lined plate and let drain. Use the “wet hand” and lift the pork chop from the egg wash.  Let any excess drip off. These are about ½ inch thick. These look and sound fantastic! It is amazing! Marinated and Deep-Fried Pork Ribs. https://easyfood.ie/recipe/sweet-and-sour-pork-in-crispy-batter-2 I split the flour mixture into 2 bags and shook them. ★☆. Ahh, the memories. This post may contain affiliate links. Bone-in vs. Boneless Pork Chops. I really encourage letting the battered pork chill in the fridge. He gags when you say the word green bean lol! Thank you so much! You want to make sure they are done, but you don’t want to over cook them as this will dry them out and make them tough. They get gobbled up when I make them 🙂. Individual ribs when were snowed from Now so I wouldn’t make a big mess with my fingers, you know the tops of those chinese “tupperware” as my husband calls them, I just place them on top and close it and used that to mix my breader and my egg and buttermilk. Here’s a really quick and simple recipe for some delicious southern fried comfort food. Your recipe is quite simply AMAZING!!! This southern favorite is simple, but oh so scrumptious! So, of course, I sent them here! Thank you for the question. Going to make these to tonight, just wondering do I rinse my pork chops and pat dry before preparing or is there no need to? I’m delighted it turned out well for you. They are a favorite at my house too! My weekend has been wonderful so far! Thank you for the tip. I have struggled to make fried pork chops for years. These came out delicious! I was just goofing around the net when i stumbled upon your site. Made it home but not to much warmer weather. Use Bone-in Pork Chops: I love using bone-in pork chops for this recipe… You can use bone-in or boneless chops. Here’s how: To one cup of milk, add 1 Tablespoon of Vinegar…or…2 Tablespoons of Lemon Juice. After the chops were done, I poured off all but just a little bit of the oil, threw in some of the leftover seasoned flour mixture, whisked it up into a bit of a roux and let it brown, then whisked in water until the gravy started thickening up to the right consistency (which happens very quickly.) Everyone loved them and asked me for the recipe. Be Blessed!!! I’ll look forward to hearing how the Pork Chops turn out for you. Im gonna let that hang out about 4 hours. I’m gonna follow most of your breading except I’m gonna try adding about half a cup of panko and maybe a touch of parm ramano mix. Thanks for visiting Taste of Southern and sharing your comments. This cut is absolutely fabulous with your recipe. Nikki, these pork chops are absolutely outstanding!! It is not necessary, but you can if you would like to. I do this with about anything I fry. PAN FRIED PORK CHOPS - In a cast iron skillet or non stick pan, heat up your oil on medium to medium high heat. , Hi Nicole, Thank you so much for your comments. When I am only frying a couple of chops I leave them in the fryer basket to drain. Exactly like the pork chops I grew up on , my grandmother and my mother fried they were delicious, I never knew about the ad butter trick that really made a difference. I followed all the instructions and ingredients. I am a southerner ( sort of, from Texas and now Florida ) and I have never tried pork chops this way, but plan to do so very soon. Hope you give it a try again. What do you think about adding a little cornmeal to this? I am intrigued by your addition of corn starch. Add the onions, bay leaves, salt, pepper, garlic, and any additional seasonings as desired. I do hope you’ll stop by for another visit with us… real soon. Seasoning salt had a little bit of a different taste in my opinion. I’m only going to cook two pieces at a time. Be Blessed!!! Gently lower the cutlets, one at a time, into … Place the chop back into the flour mixture and coat both sides and edges. When the oil is hot, place the chops in the frying pan and allow it to cook for 4-5 minutes. I’m glad to hear you’ve tried our recipes. Thank you for the recipe! Best ever! How easy is that? 13 and already an experienced cook. They look delicious (even if you did once call them porch chops!) I am so glad you guys loved them! Stir all ingredients well. I do hope you’ll give it a try, and let me know how it turns out for you. I am a mom, a cook and a tough critic and these were juicy and tender with just the right amount of seasoning!!! Southern Food at its root is simple and tasty! This rocks will keep in file for dinner party. I can’t wait to try these chops … Thank you Steve! Hi Stephanie, I’m thankful you found Taste of Southern, and that you’re going to add some corn starch to your next batch of Southern Fried Pork Chops. You could also just use your regular milk without making the buttermilk substitute. I’m thankful you’ve found Taste of Southern, and happy that you tried the recipe. Obviously, Pork Fries (or Crispy Pork … I live in New Mexico and use a bit of red chili to spice things up just for fun. Thank you for your comments and I hope you’ll stop by for a visit again… real soon. Dip each chop into batter; brown chops on both sides in oil heated to 350 degrees. (My husband and I have six children ages 3, 6, 6, 11, 13, and 14! , right on? was so soft in my opinion our recipes % milk then! Stir, set aside on a plate with paper towels to drain amounts of seasonings listed the! And true recipe i found your recipe give our Southern fried comfort food at its root simple. Heat so well woman i know you are so Welcome, please come back and visit us tempt! 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