We had 1 in. boneless chops and half and half (instead of full cream)--turned out lovely. Cut some oven time short for chops and increase simmer time for sauce to reduce. We love this recipe! I found it easier to get crumb seasoning to stick by pressing meat into mixture in a bowl (rather than shaking in bag).
What a great recipe! The breading made them deliciously crunchy and kept them very moist. I had 2 huge boneless chops and we like a wee pink center so I had to cook them 15 and 15 to get them medium.
Because some of the sauce ingredient amounts were really small if cut in half for 2 chops, I opted to make the full sauce recipe. Glad I did...the sauce is killer. I plan to use the extra on chicken.
I also made the dry ingredients ahead and used half a white onion. I had to go buy Dijon but it makes the dish. I wouldn't sub it for another kind of mustard. Minimal tweaking of this recipe, which is rare isn't it? We all like to think we can improve on the recipe but this truly stand alone the way it is!
A change from chicken and beef is great and this recipe will not disappoint. Sauce, like everyone else says - is amazingly delicious. I doubled the recipe for the sauce. The chops are moist. I've made 3 times already :)
This was a wonderful recipe and, quite honestly, I liked the "shake 'n bake" better than that bought in the store. I cut the chops 3/4" thick from a pork loin roast and cooked them for 35 minutes. The sauce was delicious. Thank you for this recipe.
Very easy, and I saved time by mixing up the bread crumb mixture the day before. And I didn't have any of the onion, garlic powders or parsely, so I just subbed a tablespoon of Montreal Chicken Seasoning since it has most of those ingredients anyways.
So when it was time to cook, I just added the olive oil to the crumb mixture, shaked and baked. Sauce is super easy. Served with brown rice and lima beans. Husband, and 6&7 year old kids all cleaned their plates, which makes it a certified winner in my house.
This is a fantastic recipe. A big hit with my husband, and he's a very picky eater. The sauce is amazing, as others said. The pork chops are excellent. And it's all very easy to make!
The mustard sauce really went well with the pork. I didn't have shallots so adde red onion instead and was yummy. Served over pasta and family loved it
This recipe is easy and excellent! The mustard sauce is terrific over the pork chops and over rice, too. The pork chops I had took about 10 minutes longer to bake than in the recipe.