Pork Essentials: Breaded Italian Boneless Chops
Andy Anderson !
I then worked on the binding ingredient, and my first thought was eggs… I settled on lemon juice, and it worked like a charm.
One other thing: I always brine my chops, and I have a recipe recommendation for you.
Well, there you are: Great tasting chops, using a minimum of ingredients.
So, you ready… Let’s get into the kitchen.
2 largeboneless pork chops
3/4 citalian bread crumbs, not panko
1/4 cparmesan cheese, freshly grated
1 Tbspdried oregano
1 tspground dill
1/4 tspblack pepper, freshly ground, or to taste
1 largelemon, juice and zest
How to Make Pork Essentials: Breaded Italian Boneless Chops
- Chef’s Tip: If you want some really juicy pork chops, then I recommend you brine them before cooking. If you have never brined pork, here is a very good recipe:
Andy's Cooking Class: The Best Pork Brine