Breaded Pork Cutlets

  • carolfitz Posted: 03/28/09
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    This was very good. Made to recipe. Crumbed some stale rosemary bread & pounded chops to uniform thickness. Some folks have mentioned their pork was too salty -- maybe they used table salt instead of kosher? Took longer to cook but browned nicely. Served with garlic mashed potato and CL's recommended turnip greens.

  • kokopelli517 Posted: 01/13/11
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    Though the pork is fine I think it's important to note that you SHOULD NOT use cooking spray in a non-stick pan. The chemicals in cooking spray deteriorate non-stick surfaces.

  • rbecich Posted: 01/14/11
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    Will need to put pork in over for 10-15 minutes at 400 degrees if not not done in the middle. If you continue frying, the breading will burn. Try using Planko ready made and seasoned breadcrumbs.

  • TacoGibbons Posted: 09/28/11
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    I loved this recipe! I toasted the bread before putting it in the food processor and I had to cook the pork cutlets a little longer than listed here, but one of my cutlets was 1/2 inch thick instead of 1/4 inch. Served with McCormick Spicy Nutmeg Carrots and applesauce. Lovely!

  • crysmys Posted: 02/27/12
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    Used wheat instead of white because it's what I had on hand -- otherwise made as directed. A good, basic breaded-pork chop recipe.

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