I am so glad you all enjoy thim! Draining removes extra oil and allows the chops to rest and distribute the juices for a perfectly juicy fried pork chop. I think you will love them! Your recipes will be the Stars I am so glad you enjoyed them! So delish!!!!! Southern Fried Pork Chops are sprinkled with seasoned salt, pepper & a little cayenne, if you want some spice, dredged in flour and pan fried until perfectly golden and delicious! Gather the ingredients. You didn’t “luck out” by the way… it was meant to be. If you loved this recipe please make sure to give it 5 Stars! I'm glad to have found another pork chop lover. When I say stick I mean it never holds on to the meat properly after biting in to it. Just use what you have available, self-rising, or all-purpose. I am so glad your family loves them! I split the flour mixture into 2 bags and shook them. As for the cornstarch, while it does seem to make a little more of a crispy crust on the chops…or chicken…you can just leave it out if you don’t have any and you’ll be fine. They say I don't make them enough! Be Blessed!!! These are about ½ inch thick. The batter I used in this recipe is a little bit thick, so the crispy pork is hard fried dish (硬炸). The chops won't be soggy. Maybe next time. Such a treat! If you have one, use a cast iron skillet for this dish. The prep work kept me off the computer for a couple of days. I was really surprised to find out that such a simple recipe would turn out to be the most viewed recipe here on Taste of Southern during our first year. I thought I sprinkled those on the pork chop?? You have put a smile on my face today! I do hope you’ll stop by for another visit with us… real soon. We make these all the time and they are always a hit! Once you see the oil heating up, you can drop a pinch of corn meal or flour into the oil and watch for it to “sizzle.”  If it does, you”re ready to start frying the pork chops. This was my first time making southern fried pork chops and I hope I will do a better job next time I make it. FINALLY with this recipe I found out that less is better. (Smile) I missed my chance with one a year or so ago. I hope you’ll stop by for another visit with us… real soon. Between coats, used my cheap deep Thanks for the memories! I’m recycling I guess. I’ve never been able to pan fry meat but these were delicious. Hubby approved is the best compliment. I grow/raise most of my hubby and I’s food. used the breakfast style pork chops and made them for the men along with eggs and hash browns. Hi Janella, Thank you for the compliment. Hi Marms, Thank you for your visit today. Remove from oil and put on a plate with paper towels to drain the grease off. It’s just pretty common when cooking at home to use what’s most convenient. I wanted to try something different and found your recipe. ★☆ Place them on a foil-lined baking sheet. It has sort of an Asian flavor, due to the marinade. I’m glad to hear you’ve tried our recipes. Break one egg into another shallow dish. ★☆. Thank you for stopping by and do visit with us again… real soon. Never would have thought to use butter!!! Was looking for something new tonight for supper and was not let down at all. When the oil is hot, place the chops in the frying pan and allow it to cook for 4-5 minutes. You first need to smoke the ribs for two hours, or you can place the ribs on a baking sheet and roast them in the oven instead. http://www.porkfoodservice.org/MenuingPork/298/TestingForDoneness.aspx They also offer a .pdf file that you can download. Test the oil before adding the chops to fry. A large whale beached itself down on the coast while my brother was there. Use an Instant Read Thermometer: When cooking your pork chops, check their internal temperature with an instant read thermometer for the best results. I suggest that either way, you be careful to select a somewhat thicker chop. May I ask what do you mean when saying combine all dry ingredients? The AuGratin Potatoes and Fried Cabbage sounds good. I intend to let my 11 year old try following this one on his own sometime in the future. Oh my goodness these pork chops were divine. Fryer with soy oil @ 350 and fried the I am very avid on making sure my meat is done right and my thermometer has broke. It’s ideal for pan frying pork chops because it holds and distributes heat so well. Hi Alaina, Thank you for the “letter.” Ha! We love our seasoned iron skillet (especially or making gravy with the "brown bits"). I have always kept it simple with pork chops and my family loves them. We’ll begin by making a breader for our pork chops. These chops look perfectly crispy crunchy and delicious! -Steve. Most fried food in a restaurant will be placed on a wire rack under a warming light once it comes from the fryer so it can drain a bit and rest before being plated up. Sorry I missed this last night. You have me glowing with happiness because of your compliments. -Steve. What do you think about adding a little cornmeal to this? Thank you so much! I am a southerner ( sort of, from Texas and now Florida ) and I have never tried pork chops this way, but plan to do so very soon. I hope you’ll visit with us again real soon. So good! Before cooking let them sit at room temperature for a bit. Have a beautiful week and come back soon! Use a fork and stir mixture well. Your changes sound interesting and I bet that Cajun flavor addition will be great. But he is loving my homemade mac n cheese! The meal was a big hit with my family and I couldn’t be happier with this recipe! Boneless pork chops can be a little easier to eat. TWO Tablespoons. PTL! Be Blessed!!! Try it and let me know if you agree. Last night my daughter e-mailed your fabulous fried pork chops receipe and This southern favorite is simple, but oh so scrumptious! Thanks for visiting Taste of Southern and sharing your comments. Please come back again soon for another visit, we’ll be looking for you. I’ll have to get busy on that. Ha! These pork chops can find their way to my table any time! Bone-in also gives you that bone to gnaw on, kind of like a chicken bone, but just harder to manipulate. I'm not a spicey person and it worked out beautifully!!! I certainly agree, something juicy and fried are one of the most delicious things you ever sink your teeth into! -Steve. Just add about 1/4 inch of cooking oil and set the heat to medium or maybe just one notch above. Thanks for another awesome share at Weekend Potluck, Nikki. I use a deep fryer and instead of placing on paper towels use a rack. Southern Fried Pork Chops are sprinkled with seasoned salt, pepper and a little cayenne, if you want some spice, then dredged in flour and pan fried until perfectly golden and delicious! Be Blessed!!! Made these last night, they were easy and tasted great. hope I still qualify as a southerner… ), Hi Pastor, I’m glad you found our website and I appreciate your comments. They are a favorite at my house too! But the pork was so soft in my mouth. Overcooking will make them tough and dry them out and you don’t want that to happen. Thanks and Blessings! I've struggled with fried pork chops for a longtime time. I sometimes wonder why no one has thought of beer-battered pork chops before! My hope is that you will come cook along with us and make memories to last a lifetime! With the bottoms brown, flip over the chops and let them cook. Be Blessed!!! Thanks for stopping by. Mix it up well and set it aside for 5-8 minutes. Thank you for your visits to Taste of Southern, and be sure to stop by often. I served them with homemade glazed carrots and mashed potatoes. The butter does make all the difference! Use Bone-in Pork Chops: I love using bone-in pork chops for this recipe… thanks my Husband loved too Be Blessed!!! Thanks so much Kathleen! ★☆ I live in New Mexico and use a bit of red chili to spice things up just for fun. Thank you so much! Just keep an eye on them and let them rest a couple of minutes and they will be juicy and delicious! Thanks again and I do hope you’ll stop by for another visit real soon. Dredge each side of the pork chops in the flour mixture, then set aside on a plate. –Steve, I use your recipe every time I make this, it is the best I’ve found, and my hubby loves them, thank you, Hi Crystal, Thank you for your comment and for trying out the recipe. Be Blessed!!! You'll find a variety of easy to follow recipes that'll tempt your tastebuds - from appetizers to main courses to desserts! I’m glad you found the recipe and gave it a try, glad we could help out. im impressed tyvm. Yummy! Heat oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. My fiance’ couldn’t get enough!! I find it is unnecessary. We are from KY and my husband who is born and raised here said these are the best fried pork chops he has ever eaten. You could make them with boneless as well! We recently purchased a 1/2 cow and a 1/2 of a hog from a local farmer. Hi Scott, Thank you for your comments on the photos. Hi Tiffany, So glad to hear the Fried Pork Chops turned out well for you. I’ve never pan-fried meat before, so naturally, I wasn’t sure how this would turn out for me. https://www.tasteofhome.com/collection/cracker-barrel-copycat-recipes Here’s a really quick and simple recipe for some delicious southern fried comfort food. Perfect Fried Pork Chops are comfort food at it’s finest. And any chance you could do a post on homemade biscuits and white pepper gravy? I made these for a party we had recently & they were a total hit. My weekend has been wonderful so far! I didn’t have buttermilk or cornstarch and I used bone in pork chops. Add one Tablespoon of Lemon Juice, or Vinegar, to one cup of whole milk. Put together flour, bread crumbs, lowfat milk, egg, salt, oregano, and paprika. I was at church and just received this today. I hope you enjoy them! Pour the buttermilk over the chops and turn to coat. Be Blessed!!! Thank you so much Debi! I think you’ll like it. We used to kill our own hogs, and cut our own meat, when I was growing up, and your recipe took me back to those “Good ol’ days” that seem so long ago, now! Do you think that a deep-fryer would work as good as the skillet? Be Blessed!!! One mistake most new cooks will make is either heating the oil too fast…or too slow. I am so thrilled you enjoyed them! So good! Thank you for the wonderful recipe. Please stop back by and let me know what you think! If it is, I am omw to buy the one thank you much again ❤, Hi Martin, You can certainly leave the corn starch out if you don’t have it. We love these! Remove the cooked chops from the skillet, place on a paper towel lined plate and let drain. Pan-Fried pork chops recipe has no flour, no marinading, no waiting, just juicy, flavorful pork chops cooked in a buttered cast iron skillet in under 30 minutes. Hi Tammy, It sounds like your version of the Pork Chops turned out very well. I can so relate! Was just wondering if the cooking time might be different from bone in pork chops? Thank you so much for sharing it with everyone! Keep up the canning. Hi Jeff, I’m glad that you and your wife enjoyed the Fried Pork Chops. Bring to a boil. I doubled the amount of spices to give it a lot of good flavor. I am going to try this for my hubby tonight.but Is corn starch neccesaary? I am so glad you enjoyed them! If desired use addition seasoning to sprinkle on chops if desired before dredging. The chops had the flavor I was looking for, and when they were paired with some country gravy, were perfect. I was born and raised in the south but both of my grandmothers passed away before they could teach me any of their cooking knowledge, and I was beginning to be afraid I would never learn how to fry anything properly! But I kept trying. Best of luck to your aspiring chefs, just keep sharing your knowledge with them. Place the coated with egg wash pork chop back in the flour breader mixture once again. Place the coated chop in a plate and just let it sit while you coat the other pieces. Sounds like you had one more delicious meal that evening. and blended into a creamy gravy with the taste of pork drippings and then poured generously over the potatoes is indescribably heavenly. Thank you Michaela! Thank you for the suggestion about the White Pepper Gravy. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe,it was fantastic ? The breading was perfect!!! Your recipe is quite simply AMAZING!!! I’m delighted it turned out well for you. Bone-in vs. Boneless Pork Chops. I followed all the instructions and ingredients. Oh my word, my mom made pork chops just like this! You know I grew up frying pork chops this way and never had an issue with them. I’ll be looking forward to you visiting with us again… real soon. Watch for that recipe and post soon. It doesn’t leave the down side soggy. Hi Casie, Thank you for your question. How easy is that? Oh my goodness, loved the chops! Can you taste the “seasoning” salt or does it just taste like regular salt after being fried?I guess I’m asking,wondering if it gives a shake N bake kinda taste or just regular fried chops? Hi ELove, Sure. If you don’t have one, any large skillet will do. That may be true. Place the rinsed pork chops on a plate lined with a couple of layers of paper towels and let them drain. I know the photos show me placing the fried chops on paper towels. Make sure you know which cut of pork is best for your recipe. Dip meat in batter, fry in deep oil, temperature 375 degrees for 5-6 minutes till brown. I’ll look forward to you stopping by for a visit again real soon. Keep the handle of your pan turned away from the front of the stove and make sure the kids aren’t around the stove. I seasoned them and did an egg wash on my chops before dipping in flour...turned out nice and crisp!!! – Steve. Guess I just got lucky! I have a Instant Pot Cream Mac n Cheese coming up this week! To make fried pork chops, first make the batter by mixing flour and spices in one bowl and whisking eggs in another bowl. These were the best that we have ever had! (Less dishes). I really want to make these, but i have no cornstarch or buttermilk.. can regular milk take place of buttermilk? Thank you for the recipe! I’m a bit jealous that you have your own chickens and fresh eggs each day. Cubed Pork Steaks; 2 c Flour, all purpose Ready to give them a try? Be Blessed!!! Hubby only complained that there was no egg before flour. Hi Melissa, Pork Chops need to be cooked to 145F degrees to be safe and done. A good thermometer will set you back a couple of dollars, but it’s well worth the investment if you can get one. Had these today~~the chops reminded me of my Mom, who no longer OK….I’m hungry….Let’s Eat. Please leave a comment on the blog or share on Pinterest. –Steve. Simple seasonings that give it just the right amount of flavor and a nice kick of Heat. I saw your second comment before I saw this one so they may be a bit out of order. Please let me know if you try it, and how it turns out for you. Santa Barbara,CA. My husband said they were the best I've ever made! I made these last night. It would work with the Pork Chop recipe just as easily. I am so glad you enjoyed them. I’m very interested in any other recipes you have. Delicious! Thank you for sharing your results and your comments. Im gonna let that hang out about 4 hours. We really can use all that meat!) . Meet Nikki ・ Privacy Policy ・Contact ・Collaborate. I had 3 uneven chops and saw your Thank you for your question and do visit with us again… real soon. Use one hand to coat the top of the chop and make sure it’s fully coated all around the edges. Of my Southern Cooking section!! Thanks for the fast response. Hi Nicole, I see this was really the first comment you left about trying the recipe. Then lightly season the pork chops with seasoned salt and black pepper too! I really appreciate the inclusion of the frying times per side. Do you have a recipe book? Yummy recipe! He's been loving these for 27 years now! I sprinkled lemon pepper seasoning over the fried pieces as the came out of the grease. Thank you for sharing with friends! Arrange the pork chops in a large shallow dish. Your email address will not be published. I really liked the addition of the corn starch to the flour…I had never thought of doing that when frying any kind of meat, and I’m assuming that it helped adhere the breading to the meat. Pork chops can normally be found to be cut between 1/2 inch, up to 2 inches in thickness. I just can't resist a fried pork chop ;)! Its good to know they turned out so well for you. Gently lower the chops into the hot cooking oil, one at a time. Just pretend I did this twice….because I really did. You will need: For the cooking equipment: Wax paper (His 14 year old sister is an aspiring chef and has been since a toddler, and both she and their 13 year old brother are fairly accomplished chefs for people of any age, much less teeangers…but the 11 year old is just starting out with his love of cooking.). I don't fry as often as I used to and so many recipes just say 'fry until golden brown' and that's no help. Thank you so much for sharing. It’s from the Pork Food Service website. We were watching the Diners Drive-ins and Dives show one night and breaded pork chops were featured. It’s turned out to be one of our most popular recipes here on Taste of Southern. I’m going to cook the ones left from this pack in another recipe and make some mushroom gravy to go with them. Thank you for sharing your ideas. I’ve been wanting to learn how to make that for years! ), and my daughter made some slow-cook style on the stove with potatoes and other root veggies. Thank your Robert, that is the best compliment I can receive! He gags when you say the word green bean lol! It was perfect! I’ve done some baked (disappointing…need to work on that as I’d surprisingly never baked pork chops before! Hmm. Thanks! I used the boneless pork loin that was on sale at Kroger for $1.99/lb. Cannot wait to have this dinner again!! However, if you just feel you want to do this you can dip them in a egg and water mixture or buttermilk before dipping into the flour mixture. for your “Historical accuracy!” Great job! Ever find yourself craving crispy fried chicken or pork, or anything deep-fried, battered… Thank you SO much for posting this! ★☆ They are his favorite. I also think that if someone needs to be gluten free, they could easily substitute a non-wheat flour for the breading. I always know that if I try one of your recipes it’s fool prof…you’ve helped me to become an excellent cook…thank you Steve!!! Nobody in the community went hungry regardless of whether or not they contributed to the harvest. This is fabulous...so tasty! I just knew it would be the Banana Pudding. They are soooooo good! I do hope you’ll keep in touch and that you’ll stop by for a visit real soon. Yes, I think you’ll still qualify as a good old southerner. I made this last night for the family. I’ve never tried it myself. -Steve. And mashed potatoes oh yes please! Normally he likes to batter, smother, batter, smother again. I do hope you’ll give it a try, and let me know how it turns out for you. –Steve. This recipe is a keeper for sure!! Can anyone tell me what temperature to fry these on?? It's a tried and true recipe I have made for years and time and time again. The hit at a party makes my heart glad! Dip the chop into the egg mixture, coat both sides well. I used boneless center cut chops, as that's what i had thawed out, and i looked up southern fried pork chops because i was in a pinch.....these were awesome 🙂 usually i do a "shake & bake" type thing in the oven, but i did not have any in my pantry. I made these tonight, as it was closest to my grandmother's pork chops. Adjust accordingly. I hope you’ll tell your friends about us and that you’ll stop by for a visit again real soon. I love the flavor of the bone-in chops. Gradually add water … I’ve always said that restaurant work was the hardest work I’ve ever done but it certainly had some good moments. I did brine my pork chops for a couple hours. These look so delicious!! Also, I must applaud you for your excellent taste in spices. I’ll be interested in knowing how it turns out for you should you try it that way. Kind regards. Thank you Kristi! Break one egg into a small low sided dish. Hi Cheri, Thank you so much for the very nice comments and compliments on Taste of Southern. Be Blessed!!! I was in Franklin, KY a couple of weeks ago, beautiful area around that way. Gratefully, Nikki. They were pretty big chops…I think the six of them were nearly four pounds total. I added 1/2 teaspoon of onion powder. What temperature on the themometer would you suggest? If you’ll use one hand for the dry mixture and the other hand for the wet mixture, you will keep your hands cleaner and not have lumps all over your fingers. Don’t crowd the pan. -Steve. They get gobbled up when I make them 🙂. It was tiresome work but, it went better than hoped for and, maybe what little we did will help some folks in need around our area. I'm going to try this recipe tonight for supper. Delicious! Pass me that lard! It really is the “other white meat” as the Pork Council tells us. Hi Stephan, Thank You for sharing your comments on our Southern Fried Pork Chops Recipe. What I like about your recipes is the step by step pictures and directions. As always, I really enjoy reading your comments when you visit or try any of our recipes….so….don’t be shy, leave us a comment below. Be Blessed!!! I love bone in for extra flavor! Will try that the next time I do country-fried steak! –Steve. Be Blessed!!! I’ve been experiencing the same situation with the legs and standing over the past couple of years so I understand that. Asked me for the breading mixture chops had the flavor i was looking for some reason Contact ». 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