Asiago-Crusted Pork Chops

  • MSGirl Posted: 04/18/10
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    These turned out really well. I accidentally left off the lemon and thyme but they were still good. I concur with another reviewer that it took longer to cook them than the recipe recommended. I'm guessing it is because I didn't pound them thin enough. I had leftovers and heated those up in the toaster oven and they were just as good and kept their crispiness.

  • MissThistle Posted: 02/17/11
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    All five of my children adore these pork chops just as much as my husband does and request it frequently. It's a quick and easy but very tasty meal to make. Because I double the recipe so I can feed eight, I put that first batch in the oven to keep warm while I fry up the second and they keep wonderfully well for the few minutes it takes.

  • VaBelle35 Posted: 07/25/10
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    Fast, easy and incredibly flavorful. I made the recipe exactly as written and I will make it again and again.

  • love2coooook Posted: 11/16/09
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    I've been waiting to try this recipe for a while; just one of those that fall to the wayside, however they were WONDERFUL! My only complaint is that they end up a little too thin and thus just a tad overcooked given the time it takes to form a nice brown crust. Will definitely make again and again, just with a bit thicker chops! Such a fast and delicious weeknight meal! Served with the broccoli with sour cream sauce as suggested for a well rounded meal.

  • cjbuddy Posted: 12/30/09
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    Good. Took longer than 3-4 minutes per side, but I expected that. I also made the broccoli with sour cream sauce but I was not a fan of the sauce. Served with whole wheat bread. Will make again.

  • 616cook Posted: 06/07/10
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    If you are looking for a quick easy meal! Then this is the recipe for you. I am not a huge pork-chop fan and I loved these, and all of my guest enjoyed these as well! I will be making these again :)

  • Amanda30 Posted: 07/09/10
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    This recipe is very easy and quick, perfect for making something decent with little time. I made it w/ chicken instead of pork and it was delicious. Served w/ steamed Broccoli and rice pilaf. Would definitely make this again and again.

  • SoonerSinger Posted: 01/24/11
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    My boyfriend and I could not stop saying how amazing these pork chops are! I made the recipe as written, and it was crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside, and so flavorful! It's important to pound the chops to 1/4" thick so they cook through without burning the crust. Depending on your sides, you could easily have dinner on the table in 15 minutes with this one; great for a busy weeknight! I served this with spinach sauteed with garlic, and some whole wheat pasta with a roasted red pepper sauce.

  • CStock25 Posted: 08/09/11
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    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. : )

  • MimiAA Posted: 09/20/11
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    New family favorite! Although I did use Tony's Chachere's seasoning instead of salt and pepper : ) My husband said we need to cook pork chops like this from now on.

  • tootoobusy Posted: 09/07/11
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    so good. My daughter LOVED it. She said it was one of the best things she has eaten.

  • rrican Posted: 10/31/11
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    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).

  • peaches09 Posted: 08/15/12
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    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.

  • bkbroiler52 Posted: 04/13/13
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    Everybody in my house loves this, especially my 7 year-old.

  • foxglove999 Posted: 09/17/14
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    This was bland. Asiago is such a flavorful cheese, I was really surprised at how bland this was. It smelled very strong, but not much flavor.

  • guamgirl Posted: 07/01/13
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    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!

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