Awesome, keeper! I didn't know what to do with the asiago I had, and then found this wonderful recipe. I used pork tenderloin (pounded thin) and it worked very well. Make extra coating, don't forget the lemon as garnish!
These chops were delicious! I made the recipe as written; it took about 5 minutes per side for chops to be done. The lemon and thyme really add to the flavor. I think you could use dried thyme if you don't have fresh, or don't want to buy it.
This was DELICIOUS!!!! Best and easiest way to cook pork chops! I used ADOBO GOYA seasoning instead of salt & pepper. Plus I think my Panko crumbs were seasoned. Ate with side of rice with sauteed vegetables (corn, zuchinni, green/red peppers).
These were delish! I didn't pound my chops thin so I knew it would take longer to cook so after 4 mins on each side I popped them in the over on 350 for about 10 mins. They came out perfect. Crisp on the outside and juicy on the inside. I really think the lemon takes this dish to another level! Do not leave it out! I served this with buttered & seasoned whole wheat egg noodles and lemon pepper steamed broccoli. : )