All Shook Up Chops Tatoes & Corn

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Vanessa "Nikita" Milare

By
@Kitkat777

This was simple but good. I was so cooking & baking out with Christmas & New Years. But we had to eat dinner. I went to the store & pick up the stuff to make this meal. Uncle liked it & asked for seconds. 1/1/12

Rating:

★★★★★ 1 vote

Comments:
Serves:
4
Prep:
10 Min
Cook:
30 Min

Ingredients

How to Make All Shook Up Chops Tatoes & Corn

Step-by-Step

  1. Frist pre heat the oven to 350F. Line a cookie sheet with foil. Then spray with cooking spray. Next in the SHAKE N BAKE bag pour the coating and the salt & pepper. Then pour it out onto a plate. Then pat each pork chop into the SHAKE N BAKE on each side. Then place on the sheet & bake for about 15 to 30 mins.
  2. Then clean & cubed the potatoes. In a large frying pan pour 1/2 Tbsp E.V.O.O. Frying the tatoes with seasons until fork tender.
  3. Then in small pot warm the corn with a tsp of butter & season.
  4. Then plate your plate & eat.

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