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Corn Coated Pork Chops Recipe

2/3 cup
3/4 teaspoon
1/4 teaspoon
8 large
1 large
2 cups
1 – 16 ounce can
8 teaspoons
flour
salt
pepper
pork chops bone-in
egg
cornflakes, crushed
cream style corn
butter

 

Oven Temp: 325°
Recipe Cooking Time: 75 minutes
Pan Type: 9" x 13" baking pan


Coated Pork Chops Directions

Preheat Oven. Spay pan with nonstick pan spray.

In a shallow dish combine the flour, salt and pepper.
Crush the cornflakes onto a shallow dish.
In a shallow dish beat the egg.
Dip the pork chops into the flour mixture then into egg then into cornflake crumbs.
Layer coated pork chops in the bottom of pan.
Open the corn and spoon over the top of the coated chops.
Dot each pork chop with 1 teaspoon of butter.
Place in hot oven to bake for the allotted time or until tender. Cover with foil if they start to get too brown.
Serve corn coated pork chops with your favorite salad and potato.

Recipe Serves About: 8


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