fried pork batter recipe

It’s a simple idea but the little things make cooking fun…and easy. This is just fantastic and reminds me of those good ole southern pork chops grandma used to make! Gently lower the cutlets, one at a time, into … And, if you know me, that hunk of Fried Pork Chop would make a great Pork Chop Sandwich slapped between a couple of slices of bread. My son cares nothing about food groups, making my life difficult. My hope is that you will come cook along with us and make memories to last a lifetime! Pour the buttermilk over the chops and turn to coat. Sorry I missed this last night. Thank you so much for trying the recipe and I am so thrilled they were a hit with your family too! You should hear it start to sizzle once it touches the hot oil. Hi Jorund, Greetings to Norway, all the way from North Carolina. I love bone in for extra flavor! And these are simple and fab! I can’t wait to try these chops … Thank you Steve! I’m in “Southern” California – San Diego. Gently lower the chops into the hot cooking oil, one at a time. I’m just glad to know that you’re older than I am. Of course, my dad didn't try the chops because of the beer in it. Since the batter contains less water, it becomes crispy and stiff after deep-frying. When I say stick I mean it never holds on to the meat properly after biting in to it. Your changes sound interesting and I bet that Cajun flavor addition will be great. Nikki, these pork chops are absolutely outstanding!! If the temperature is at the right point, the water will start to pop or “talk” to you as it also dances around. Thanks for the tips! My fiance’ couldn’t get enough!! I live in the Pacific Northwest, but my roots are in Missouri where I grew up eating down-home comfort foods (like fried squirrel or strawberry-rhubarb cobbler with fresh cream). The butter does make all the difference! Can anyone tell me what temperature to fry these on?? Love ya! I would love to try this and a few other recipes and I was wondering if you could share how to make gravy with the pan oil? <3. Before cooking let them sit at room temperature for a bit. The chops had the flavor I was looking for, and when they were paired with some country gravy, were perfect. And adding corn meals sounds delish to me! I do hope this helps and that you’ll give the recipe a try. Dip each chop into batter; brown chops on both sides in oil heated to 350 degrees. Thank you so very, very much for sharing your knowledge in the same way they did! Fried Pork Chops are a favorite! I thought I sprinkled those on the pork chop?? I’m sorry I didn’t get to respond sooner and its really great that you cared enough to come back and leave comments again. Shake a little bit of soy sauce and let meat marinate a few minutes. Coming!! And let me tell you, that is no mean feat! Danielle you can def add an egg bath if you want. We try to do lower carb meals too during the week, so I am going to try these with the isolate powder. 😉 The good Lord knows I am so not perfect, but I try to find humor in everything so next time I will eat them on the porch and then all will be okay - lol! Conplete game changer!! You’ll need to “test” the temperature of the oil before you add the pork chops to start frying. My pork chops turned out AMAZING. Relax and keep smiling! They usually complain I don't make enough! Mmm! The longer you leave the ribs in the marinade, the more pronounced the marinade flavor will be. ★☆ My twelve year stated that these were perfect. Obviously, Pork Fries (or Crispy Pork … Be Blessed!!! Be Blessed!!! Southern Fried Pork Chops were a staple at my house growing up! Perhaps someone reading your comment will now be willing to try it for themselves. In a small mixing bowl, add the Flour, Corn Starch, Garlic Powder, Salt, Black Pepper and Paprika. But I kept trying. <3. I’m happy you enjoyed the recipe and do hope you’ll stop by for another visit with us… real soon. I am so glad you enjoyed them! They come out tender, juicy and with the perfect amount of crunch. I think with doing three in the pan (which was unfortunately not cast iron…my large cast iron pan was lost when we moved last summer and I haven’t replaced it yet) and with the bone-in, it took us 12-14 minutes total for each pan of three chops. Tips for the Best Fried Pork Chops. I think you’ll like it. 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? Thank for this recipient! Your mashed potatoes and green bean side dishes will go perfect with the Southern Fried Pork Chops. Worked out great, terrific pictures and instructions to follow made it easy. Does the cornstarch make the breading more crispy?. I agree! Anyway, thanks to the wonderful and easy to follow instructions, I was able to successfully make the breader, egg wash, and fry the pork to a fully-cooked inside and golden brown outside. and blended into a creamy gravy with the taste of pork drippings and then poured generously over the potatoes is indescribably heavenly. Lift up the pork chop and gently shake off any excess flour. Test the oil before adding the chops to fry. Super good, light seasoning is just right I am so happy to hear you loved them! The best way to reheat an already fried chop is in the oven. The only two things I did different was- Hmm. Again, thanks for a great recipe! Thank you so much Ruthy! I’m a bit jealous that you have your own chickens and fresh eggs each day. I do appreciate your question, and your visit today. Thanks so much for your recipe! If you don’t have one, any large skillet will do. Bring to a boil. I used the boneless pork loin that was on sale at Kroger for $1.99/lb. Turn the pork to cook on the other side and cook an additional 4-5 minutes or until the internal temperature of the pork reaches 145 degrees Fahrenheit. This fried ribs recipe is really tasty. i tried these tonight! Thank you!!! I’m thankful you’ve found Taste of Southern, and happy that you tried the recipe. A good thermometer will set you back a couple of dollars, but it’s well worth the investment if you can get one. If they are a dull grey color they are not as fresh and delicious. And it makes perfect sense, we saute in oil and butter all the time, so why not fry? As always, use extreme caution when frying anything. Yummy! –Steve, This was by far the best presentation of cooking I’ve seen. I was also fortunate enough to grow up in North Carolina “in the olden days” when we grew our own vegetables…over an acre so lots of canning, pickling, preserving and freezing! Don't overcrowd your pan. Let the oil heat up slowly and test it before starting to fry the pork chops. We’re going to dip the chops in flour, then the egg wash, and back into the flour once again to coat them with the breader. I've let the meat sit in the flour and out of the flour for a few minutes before frying and tried it right after the flour. Be Blessed!!! used the breakfast style pork chops and made them for the men along with eggs and hash browns. . Sliced taters are the best! Thank you for sharing your recipe and I hope to find more recipes and photos for my children to use as guides in the future! Just pretend I did this twice….because I really did. Yes, I think you’ll still qualify as a good old southerner. Don’t crowd the pan. Place the coated chop in a plate and just let it sit while you coat the other pieces. Be Blessed!!! Had these today~~the chops reminded me of my Mom, who no longer I have been crazy busy the last couple of days as my brother and I were preparing for a fundraiser plate sale for a local church program that helps the homeless. Thank you. I am so pleased and can’t wait to explore your other creations. Watch for that recipe and post soon. Your breading recipe is the ultimate! They are soooooo good! To make fried pork chops, first make the batter by mixing flour and spices in one bowl and whisking eggs in another bowl. -Steve. ★☆. We love fried pork chops, and these ones are ON POINT with their flavor (and look!) I guess I should have read the other reviews and I would have answered my own question. I really encourage letting the battered pork chill in the fridge. –Steve. I also served mashed potatoes, brown sugar glazed carrots, and country gravy on the side. I am so glad you enjoyed them and they tasted like your moms. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe,it was fantastic ? –Steve. I added just a bit of the oil/fat back into the gravy for some extra flavor, using a slotted spoon to get some of the “brown bits” that had been poured off (in order to add some extra flavor to the gravy). I was hungry for Pork Chops like my Mom used to make. 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! I didn’t go heavy with seasoning the initial flour and pork. They say I don't make them enough! You didn’t “luck out” by the way… it was meant to be. What I like about your recipes is the step by step pictures and directions. Oooops….looks like I forgot which hand was the wet one and which was the dry one. I made them twice in three days, they were so popular. They really are just that good. One mistake most new cooks will make is either heating the oil too fast…or too slow. I hope you’ll tell your friends about us and that you’ll stop by for a visit again real soon. This was the best fried pork I have made. I only have boneless pork chops. Thicker ones are often used as “stuffed pork chops,” while the thinner ones usually are found in those “family packs.”  If you get the thinner ones, be sure to get enough for about 2 chops per person. It’s turned out to be one of our most popular recipes here on Taste of Southern. I’m very happy to hear that you tried them and that you and the family enjoyed them. Once you start to see the bottom edge begin to turn brown, you’re getting close to the point to flip the chops over. Dip each pork chop into the flour mixture and coat well, shaking off the excess. We were watching the Diners Drive-ins and Dives show one night and breaded pork chops were featured. I’m glad they turned out so well for you. Pork Fries. This is fabulous...so tasty! Thank you! Serve Sweet and Sour Pork … Pan frying pork chops give them a perfectly golden brown, spectacular and marvelous color! I know it can be a bit of work at times but, it sure is nice to open a jar of your own handiwork later isn’t it? I’ve never attempted to make breaded pork chops, so I went online to find a recipe, and found the recipe on this site. First mix seasoned salt, black pepper, and cayenne pepper into the flour. Be Blessed!!! As for those “Good Ol’ Days that seem so long ago.” They WERE! I doubled the amount of spices to give it a lot of good flavor. Hopefully you give it a try and enjoy as much as we do. I do thank you for your comments and I hope you’ll visit with us again real soon. My husband commented on how good they looked. I’ll be looking forward to you visiting with us again… real soon. I like to marinate or brine the pork ahead of time, otherwise you and I are pretty eye to eye on things. I’m truly thankful that you found our home on the Internet, and that you tried one of our recipes. I’m glad you found the recipe and gave it a try, glad we could help out. Hi Melissa, Pork Chops need to be cooked to 145F degrees to be safe and done. I made this last night for the family. Thanks for this, God Bless brother. Could be the age of flour or the oil may have not been hot enough also. I’m very happy to hear that you both like it and have tried it several times. I want to make sure it’s done and I don’t want to see any pink inside or in the juices when it’s cooked. then add in butter and let it all melt! Great recipe. Thanks for visiting Taste of Southern and sharing your comments. They are def a treat for sure! Thank you Chas! Thank you for this. Then when it cooled I added some slap ya mama cajun, some onion powder and paprika. But, I’ll let you know how they turn out…, Hi Samantha, I hope you enjoy those chops. This is a plastic container from where I’ve ordered Chinese Take Out. Thanks. Any thoughts on if you should let them rest before frying? They look delicious (even if you did once call them porch chops!) I’m glad you found the recipe easy to follow and do hope that you’ll try some of our others. Do you think that a deep-fryer would work as good as the skillet? 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. 13 and already an experienced cook. How cool is that? I’d love to know more about your food adventures. Thanks for the fast response. Be Blessed!!! This recipe is a keeper for sure!! I made these for dinner tonight. It seems like the kids prefer the boxed stuff anyway. Just add about 1/4 inch of cooking oil and set the heat to medium or maybe just one notch above. Ahh, the memories. https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/sweet-and-sour-pork-51179800 -Steve. Everyone loved them and asked me for the recipe. So delish!!!!! Gather everything together to setup your dredge station. Also, it didn’t come out golden brown but it was still good. Will be making this tonight!. Individual ribs when were snowed from Admit it Mongoose….we just enjoy eating. Many Thanks. As a Kentucky woman I know my way around the pork chop. But I don't feel like it gives a shake and bake flavor. This southern … Be Blessed!!! As for the good ol days I read up above, I’m only 24 and would not have it any other way. Thanks! I’m glad I found your website, as there are a lot of great sounding recipes that remind me of home. Two of my grandsons also love cooking too! Dip the chop into the egg mixture, coat both sides well. -Steve, Hello thanks for sharing your receipe ! Just waiting for my baked beans to get done and dinner will be served. OK….I’m hungry….Let’s Eat. Put the self raising flour into bowl. Thank you! These came out delicious! My passion is for sharing dishes inspired by my southern roots! Go figure. –Steve, WOW…thank you Frances. You could also carefully place a drop of water in the pan. I needed a quick refresher on how LONG to cook/fry them, which is how an internet search landed me at your site. So I bumped at your site and saw this recipe. Here’s how: To one cup of milk, add 1 Tablespoon of Vinegar…or…2 Tablespoons of Lemon Juice. Wow, these look and sound amazing - comfort food at its best! Southern Fried Chicken may have taken first place when I was growing up, but I’d have to say that these Southern Fried Pork Chops would have to be second in line. Recently we purchased a cast iron cookware set, and it is especially fantastic for frying these pork chops in. It really is the “other white meat” as the Pork Council tells us. When the thickest area of meat reaches 140°F, the pork chops are ready! While a more experienced cook like myself wouldn’t really need that much detail, it was enjoyable to read and look at your photos and the directions are perfect for a new cook or even for a child! I plan on scoring some major points with my in-laws the next time we entertain! https://www.japanesecooking101.com/tonkatsu-deep-fried-pork-recipe They especially love it when paired with Instant Pot Mac N Cheese and southern collard greens! I do hope you’ll try some of our other recipes if you get the chance. You can serve chicken fried pork steaks as they are or top them with delicious gravy and serve with your favorite sides.. P.S. I’m glad you found the recipe, even as a refresher and, that you gave it a try. 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! These look and sound fantastic! You might want to try spreading the fried chops out on a brown paper bag as opposed to the paper towels. I do hope you’ll stop by again real soon, your comments are greatly appreciated. Or, spread them on a wire rack if you have one of those. Be Blessed!!! Just be careful if adding water and remember that all you need is about one drop. Thank you so much Debi! Once oil is hot, put in two chops and cook on one side for about 4 to 5 minutes. (Less dishes). It makes it much easier to understand what I’m doing. Home » Main Dish » Southern Fried Pork Chops. This also contributes to a nice crispy chop. –Steve. Be Blessed!!! I wish you both all the happiness in your life together ahead. You don’t say why you’re asking about using Buttermilk. You could use the leftover drippings in the pan to make a gravy for them that would also be really good. We killed hogs too when I was a kid. I wanted to try something different and found your recipe. If in doubt, take a sharp knife and cut a small slice in one of the chops so you can see if it looks done towards the middle. I'm following a ketogenic lifestyle and subbed out the flour with an unflavored protein isolate powder (it doesn't add an after taste like coconut or almond flours do and has a more traditional end product unlike pork rinds and parmesan). Thank you for sharing your results and your comments. https://www.tasteofhome.com/collection/cracker-barrel-copycat-recipes I can never fry a good breaded pork chop …the breading always falls apart on me …and normally I use store bought bread crumbs but tonight I followed ur GREAT N SIMPLE RECIPE and they came out PERFECT ….THANK U SO MUCH ….I WILL be using this recipe from now on , Hi Jessica, I’m happy to hear you enjoyed the recipe. Be Blessed!!! This post may contain affiliate links. Also, keep in mind that we add a new recipe each Monday morning, so come back each week. I look forward to seeing you here more often. Hi Shawn, Thank you for your questions and for being willing to give our Southern Fried Pork Chops a try. The hit at a party makes my heart glad! Hi Jamie, What a very nice compliment. You might want to check out my recipe Fried Chicken with Gravy. Thanks makes me happy! These pork chops can find their way to my table any time! Again - I never do! Having many Southern friends have loved all their cooking. Us southern folks like our southern foods so keep up the good work and may GOD BLESS YOU. I’ll look forward to hearing how the Pork Chops turn out for you. May I ask what do you mean when saying combine all dry ingredients? That's the best compliment you can get! Be Blessed!!! Gradually add water … Thank you so much for publishing this delicious meal idea. I love that you use simple ingredients that I usually have on hand. Ready to give them a try? Nothing better than a crispy coating on a juicy chop! Be Blessed!!! -Steve. Ok, now I want pork chops really bad! I can't wait to hear back. My mouth is watering just thinking about it. I just ran across your website and have been lovin’ it! I’d suggest that you might start out with something like all Chicken Thighs and fry those up first…assuming you eat the dark meat. We also raised and killed our own hogs. Thank you for the awesome recipe! I’m a very experienced cook, I would have been a chef if I didn’t have a health condition that prevents me from standing too long. –Steve, Your email address will not be published. Pick the chop up with the same hand you used to flour it and then place it in the egg wash mixture. Place them on a foil-lined baking sheet. -Steve. Perfect Fried Pork Chops are comfort food at it’s finest. God bless you. Mine was just saying I don't make them often enough. Be Blessed!!! My whole family loved them! Was looking for something new tonight for supper and was not let down at all. I have never made very good gravy before. Feeding people makes my heart glad. Let me know if you give the recipe a try and how it turns out. I’ll have to get busy on that. Oil and butter together are a winning combo as far as I'm concerned! I’m gonna follow most of your breading except I’m gonna try adding about half a cup of panko and maybe a touch of parm ramano mix. Thank for this recipient! I can’t throw them away for some reason. My grandson and I loved it!! Thanks for hosting Weekend Potluck! I ate one already lol. I’ve never pan-fried meat before, so naturally, I wasn’t sure how this would turn out for me. Meet Nikki ・ Privacy Policy ・Contact ・Collaborate. We like a little more seasoning to our food, so we added an organic “no salt” mixture that we like (it has stuff like dehydrated onions and garlic, various peppers, paprika, parsley, etc…), more garlic powder, a little more salt than what you called for, and some onion powder as well. I just can't resist a fried pork chop ;)! I think most people are guilty of trying to cook it too fast and it browns or burns on the outside and may not even be done on the inside. Everyone loved it and there wasn’t a pork chop left. I appreciate you taking the time to share your comments and memories with us, and I trust you will stop by again… real soon. Normally he likes to batter, smother, batter, smother again. That may be true. Thanks and Blessings! Don’t recall any of them in school, thats for sure. 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! Watch the temperature of your oil and don’t let it get too hot as it cooks. Hubby approved is the best compliment. My family always loves pork chop days! Do you do anything differently for fried chicken? Well, none of us are perfect! When the oil is hot, place the chops in the frying pan and allow it to cook for 4-5 minutes. Just keep an eye on them and let them rest a couple of minutes and they will be juicy and delicious! I appreciate your comments and do hope that you’ll stop by for another visit with us… real soon. Place one of the pork chops in the seasoned breader mixture. I appreciate your comments and your question, and hope you’ll visit with us often. Super excited to try! You grab a couple boneless New York pork chops, or a small New York pork roast and you get piles and piles of irresistible, salty, savoury, crunch-tastic Easy Crispy Pork Tenders a.k.a. It may be a southern thang - but trust me!!! We southerners just love our potatoes and gravy don’t we? Do you still own that black Limo? You could follow those instructions and just use a larger biscuit cutter as opposed to the smaller one I used in the recipe. We recently purchased a 1/2 cow and a 1/2 of a hog from a local farmer. I sure am gonna try this out next weekend! Let the chops fry for about 6-8 minutes or until done but not over cooked. We love our seasoned iron skillet (especially or making gravy with the "brown bits"). I think you will love them! My mom used to cook them fork tender, but she certainly would have cooked them longer than 10 minutes, both to make them well done, and to tender them. Some folks say that the bone-in pork chops are better because the bones help make the meat more moist by holding in more moisture. Maybe we can get one put together one day. You’re the best! A large whale beached itself down on the coast while my brother was there. I made these tonight...and the butter in the oil made a world of difference. What a great compliment, I’m so glad you liked it. They are a family favorite here! Be Blessed!!! These were a favorite of my husbands his mom made. Burn or under cook ! You’re awesome Michelle, Congratulations on buying that cast iron skillet and making the Pork Chops. Hi, I’m 13 and an experienced cook. She used stone ground cornmeal for fried chicken instead of flour and no breading at all on pork chops. I really encourage letting the battered pork chill in the fridge. Im not sure if i can find corn flour here in Norway, but i go to one of them stores selling exotic stuff. Cannot wait to have this dinner again!! Hi Marms, Thank you for your visit today. Or dredge before going into oil. http://www.porkfoodservice.org/MenuingPork/298/TestingForDoneness.aspx. You are so welcome! Going to make these to tonight, just wondering do I rinse my pork chops and pat dry before preparing or is there no need to? I was in Franklin, KY a couple of weeks ago, beautiful area around that way. I am going to try this for my hubby tonight.but Is corn starch neccesaary? -Steve. They go great with all types of vegetables and really well with some mashed potatoes. Hi Kadie, Thank you so much for sharing your comments. They just happened to be on sale the day I went looking for some. Thank you for this was looking for a bit for this had some in freezer. Was just wondering if the cooking time might be different from bone in pork chops? This was the best fried pork I have made. The acidity will just make the recipe better in my opinion. Thank you for the A+, it may be the first one of those I’ve ever actually received. Use Bone-in Pork Chops: I love using bone-in pork chops for this recipe… Perhaps even a 50/50 mix of cornmeal and flour would work. I am thinking about these for New Years day with black eyed peas! The fried pork has to be crispy, airy and crunchy, so when they are stir-fried with the sweet and sour sauce, the pork will remain crispy and not soggy and swim in the sauce. They will definitely hit the spot! Have I failed as a mom and food blogger? I am so glad you enjoyed them! I will let you know how it turns out. Best ever - makes me smile really big! Just don't overcook, as they can tend to dry out a little easier. -Steve. Also, I must applaud you for your excellent taste in spices. Batter: Put flour in bowl;... 350 degrees, dip pork in batter. I think it gives a little more crispness to the breading so I like to add it in. BEST recipe EVER.Turned out so crispy and yummy.Going to check for a chicken one! I’m very interested in any other recipes you have. thanks my Husband loved too Stated need to make often! You could even spread them on a wire rack placed on a baking sheet and keep them warm in the oven on low heat while the others are in the pan. 54 started cooking “southern” as a teen. Thank you so much for the incredible recipe and for sharing it with everyone. It’s from the Pork Food Service website. Add butter. 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. She showed me how she did them before we got married in the early 90's. Made these last night, they were easy and tasted great. Thank you for sharing your comments and I hope you’ll visit with us again… real soon. These are the BEST pork chops I have ever made!! If you share a picture of something you make from our blog, tag it with #SoulfullyMade so we can see it. Watch the bottoms of the chop and when they start to brown, flip the pork chops over. I Best ever! Ha! Wow! Please leave a comment on the blog or share on Pinterest. I’ve done some baked (disappointing…need to work on that as I’d surprisingly never baked pork chops before! I have been cooking for many years, I always cook it too fast, Thank you for this step by step. I am too! Oh my word, my mom made pork chops just like this! Do visit with us again… real soon. Your email address will not be published. Fried pork chops are always a hit on my family table! You are so welcome Deb! I’m proud of you for giving it a try and very happy to hear that they turned out well for you. They come with clear plastic tops and are very sturdy. I have a Instant Pot Cream Mac n Cheese coming up this week! How can you get a tender chop with only 10 minutes of cooking? When I use egg wash it always sticks. Thank you for your help… (PS. Storing. The recipe of batter for frying pork chops will be great for chicken breast meat, too. Thank you for all you do. Gratefully, Nikki. Thanks for such a great easy recipe. Required fields are marked *. This will take about 6-8 minutes depending on your stove and how fast you’re cooking. I want them for dinner!! But usually 3 to 5 minutes on each side. These are wonderful! This is what makes them nice and crispy. They are one of my family's favorite things to eat. I suggest that either way, you be careful to select a somewhat thicker chop. Place them on a plate with a layer of paper towels to absorb any excess oil. –Steve, Gonna go fry some of these chops up right now, in my great Southern state….Tennessee!! (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.). Did you scrape the hair off with a jar lid? And you are so welcome, please come back and visit us! Pass me that lard! Keywords: Southern Fried Pork Chops Recipe, breaded pork chops, made from scratch, southern recipes. 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! You need just enough cooking oil to come about half way up the side of the thickness of your pork chops. We’ll begin by making a breader for our pork chops. Thank you for the recipe! For pan-frying, bone-in pork chops are best because the bone helps the chop retain moisture and also imparts flavor to the meat. Also, those bone-in pork chops kind of resemble a nice T-bone Steak so whats not to like about that? Of course, you’ll need some thick enough to be able to use a thermometer, so keep that in mind. They are a family favorite! I hope you can find some flour so you can try our Southern Fried Pork Chops recipe. But maybe it's because mom made them like this and my mother in law as well. Makes for easy clean up too! I hope you’ll visit with us again… real soon. Heat the oil in a large skillet until the oil is shimmering. Do you have a recipe book? Hi Blair, And here I thought I was hiding from the locals. I hope you’ll try the recipe, then let me know how it turns out for you. You can thank me later. I hope you’ll stop by for another visit with us… real soon. Was by far the best i 've ever made!!!!!!!!. Many cultures of living in Florida would cook in about the same way here. Favorite grocery store this week i stumbled upon your site and really well some! 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