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Old 05-07-2012, 08:48 AM   #1
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Fried Pork Chops

Hey Guys,
I want to make fried pork chops for dinner. This will be my first time frying pork chops so I have a few questions.

All the recipes I've looked at online suggest using very thin or breakfast pork chops.

I have regular cut. Will these work? I've read that if they are too thick then the crust will burn before they are cooked through, so do I just fry to get the coating golden, then put in the oven to finish? Do you think they can be deep fried? Or would that cause them to be too dry?

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Old 05-07-2012, 11:49 AM   #2
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I'm sure you could put them in the oven to finish. I don't know about frying.
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Old 05-07-2012, 11:53 AM   #3
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I sear mine in a hot skillet, then transfer the skillet (if using an oven-safe one) to the oven to finish baking, or toss into a pan you've had heating up inside the oven.

When I make my chops this way, they seriously turn out better than some steaks I've eaten. Absolutely insanely delicious.
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Are you frying for the crispy breading? If so, you can oven fry with a coating and it will be crisp. Think shake and bake.
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You can pan fry any thickness. You will need about 2 inches of oil, heat on medium heat and turn once or twice... Yummy...
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Are you frying for the crispy breading? If so, you can oven fry with a coating and it will be crisp. Think shake and bake.
Yes, I'm going to coat it first with a low carb breading and then pan fry. I don't want the breading to burn though and all the recipes I see with breading say to use thin cut chops so they cook through and don't burn.
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