Your family deserves the best. Quick and Easy Pan Fried Pork Chops is something that you can prepare for them anytime of the day. Each version when served with rice makes a good meal for lunch or dinner. You can also bring this in school or your workplace.
Each piece of pork chop is packed with flavors. I enjoyed trying every piece without adding any condiment. It has a nice crisp texture on the outside, while being most and tasty inside.
How to Make Quick and Easy Pan Fried Pork Chops
Cooking Fried pork chops has never been this quick, easy, and tasty. Here are the ways on how I do it.
Basic Fried Pork Chop
Basic fried pork chops are the simplest to make. The usual method is to rub salt all over the pork chop and fry it directly without any coating.
This recipe suggest the use of Knorr SavorRich Pork Liquid Seasoning to marinate the pork chops in. It makes your ordinary fried pork chop stand-out. Simply brush the seasoning all over the pork chop, let it stay for at least 15 minutes for the meat to absorb the flavors.
Heat around 1/4 cup of oil and then start to fry the pork chop in medium heat for 30 seconds. This will quickly cook the outer part and provide nice colors. Reduce the heat to low. Continue to fry for 7 minutes.
Perform the same steps on the opposite side. Remove the pork chop from the pan while letting excess oil drip. This is best served with rice.
Flour Coated Pork Chop
This type of fried pork chop makes use of all-purpose flour as coating. You will also need a piece of egg.
Brush SavorRich Liquid seasoning all over the pork. Marinate for at least 15 minutes. Dredge the pork chop in flour. Make sure that every part gets coated. Beat the egg and dip the flour coated pork chop into it. Put the pork chop back in flour and dredge for the last time before frying.
It is ideal to use a generous amount of oil when frying coated pork chops. Heat around 1 1/2 cups of oil in a pan. Fry the flour coated pork chop in medium heat for 6 minutes. Turn it over and continue to fry the opposite side with the same duration.
Breaded Pork Chop
I’m using Panko breadcrumbs as breading in making this dish. You may use regular bread crumbs or Italian as alternatives.
Brush SavorRich Liquid seasoning all over the pork. Marinate for at least 15 minutes. Dredge the pork chop in flour. Dip it in beaten egg and then dredge in Panko bread crumbs. Make sure to press the pork against the crumbs for it to stick completely.
The frying procedure is the same as the flour coated fried pork chop. Fry each side in medium heat for 6 minutes.
Try these 3 ways on how to make quick and easy pan-dried pork chops. Let me know what you think.
Quick and Easy Pan-Fried Pork Chops
- 3 pieces pork chops
- 3 tablespoons Knorr SavorRich Pork Liquid Seasoning
- 1 piece egg
- 3/4 cup all-purpose flour
- 10 tablespoons Panko bread crumbs
- 2 cups cooking oil
- Lay the pork chops flat on a large plate. Brush Knorr SavorRich Pork Liquid Seasoning on both sides of each pork chop. Let it stay for at least 15 minutes.
- Prepare the basic fried pork chop by heating 4 tablespoons of oil in pan. Once the oil gets hot, pan-fry one piece of marinated pork chop in medium heat for 30 seconds. Adjust the heat to low and continue to fry for 7 to 8 minutes. Turn the pork chop over and so the same step on the opposite side. Remove from the pan. Set aside.
- Start to prepare the flour coated fried pork chop by heating the remaining oil in a pan. Beat a piece of egg in a bowl. Dredge one piece of marinated pork chop in all-purpose flour and then dip in beaten egg. Dredge the pork chop back in flour and then fry one side in medium heat for 6 minutes. Flip and continue to fry the other side for the same amount of time. Remove from the pan and place on a plate lined with paper towel. Set aside.
- Prepare the breaded pork chop by dredging the remaining pork in flour. Dip in beaten egg and then dredge in Panko bread crumbs. Fry in medium heat for 6 minutes per side. Remove from the pan and place on a plate lined with paper towel.
- Arrange all pan-fried pork chops in a large serving plate. Serve! Share and enjoy!
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