Thursday, February 20, 2014

Breaded Dijon Pork Chops Recipe

I've been making this recipe for fifteen years, so it's a true keeper.  It comes together quickly, has amazing flavor, and is kid-friendly.  Recently I made it with a side of roasted spaghetti squash and some tossed salad.  Delicious. 

 
 
Ingredients:
5 pork chops
1/2 cup seasoned bread crumbs or Panko
1/4 tsp. garlic salt
1/4 tsp. onion powder
1/4 cup Dijon mustard
1 tbsp. melted butter
 
Combine the bread crumbs, garlic salt, onion powder in a small bowl.  Combine mustard and butter in a separate bowl.  Brush mustard and butter over pork chops, then coat with crumb mixture.  Bake at 425* for 15 minutes in a shallow baking pan.  If you buy large pork chops, you will need to bake them for a longer period of time.  I tend to cut in the middle to make sure there is no pink. 
 
If you're looking for something easy but unique for the dinner table, give this a shot.  It's always a hit at our house.
 


28 comments:

Blackberry Lane said...

Hi Lisa, The pork chops look delicious and I like the easy recipe. Hope you enjoy the day!

Sunnybrook Farm said...

I will have to experiment with that as mustard is something I haven't associated with pork chops though I don't know why as honey mustard works with chicken.

Nancy said...

I'm making pork chops tonight so will be trying this!

linda eller said...

Looks good and easy...those are my kind of recipes! Thanks for sharing.

LONDONLULU said...

I'm all for easy and delicious:) This looks so good for winter!

Sandra Morris said...

Your post are making me hungry.:)

Sandra Morris said...

Your post are making me hungry.:)

Sandra Morris said...

Your post are making me hungry.:)

Diane Cayton-Hakey said...

Looks so good... makes me wish it were dinner time instead of only breakfast time.... but this would work for breakfast too... right???

Out on the prairie said...

This sounds real good.I think I overcook them when I bake them

Lynn said...

Thanks for another recipe- the photo makes my mouth water...

M.E. Masterson said...

Sounds great! Will add to my files...

mail4rosey said...

I think that one would be a hit over at our house too. :)

Tina Fariss Barbour said...

This does sound--and look--good. I like the flavor that Dijon mustard gives. Larry would love this. He has been doing some cooking, so I'm going to share with him since I don't usually cook meat.

Gail Dixon said...

Would this work on chicken too? Looks delicious and healthy! Thank you for sharing.

A Quiet Corner said...

Reading the recipe off to the Pres, we're going to give them a try! Thanks, Baby Girl...:)JP

alissa apel said...

It looks really good!

Our Neck of the Woods said...

I love using Panko crumbs! They work great for giving a really crispy crust.

Laura Lee said...

That looks so yummy! I'll definitely be trying that recipe soon.

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

You know, I just tried that recipe for the first time a month ago and my guys loved it--was it in the PIllsbury cookbook? Anyway, yes, it is a keeper.

Tweedles -- that's me said...

it looks so nummy!
love
tweedles

Sally said...

A new way! Looks so good, Lisa. Will have to try. :)

endah murniyati said...

We don't eat pork maybe I will use chicken or meat

Ercotravels said...

Looks very delicious!!

Mere said...

Looks tasty. I'm going to try these!

Barbara said...

looks delicious! I bet the mustard adds just enough flavor kick!

Lynne said...

Stopping over from Nancy, A Rural Journal to check out your pork chop recipe. Copied and saved . . . sounds yummy, we will try it this weekend!

Sugar Cookies to Peterbilts said...

Looking forward to trying this recipe. Stopping by from A Rural Journal!