What's for Supper? Cornflake-Coated Pork Chops

Cornflake-Coated Pork Chops bake up so nice and crisp that you’ll swear they’re fried.


At Southern Living, we think supper should be quick, easy, and delicious. Here's what's for supper. [BLANK_AUDIO] Hi, I'm Rebecca from the Southern Living test kitchen. Cereal is not just for breakfast anymore. Allow your cereal box to work overtime by making delicious corn flake coated pork chops. With a handful of additional pantry and refrigerator staples, you'll have this easy supper solution on the table in no time. I'll start by stirring together some eggs and milk in a shallow dish. [NOISE] I'll place the corn-flake crumbs in a separate dish. But you know a mess free way to crush the cereal is to place them in a zip-top plastic bag And seal. Then use a rolling pin to make the crumbs. Next, I'll combine lemon pepper, salt, and garlic powder and sprinkle on the pork chops. You will wanna make sure to coat both sides of the pork chops. It will make it taste better I promise. Next, I will dip the pork chop into the egg mixture and then into the corn plate crumbs. Make sure to place these on a lightly greased rack on a baking sheet. Using a rack will ensure a good and crispy porkchop crust. If you don't have one, a cookie cooling rack will work just fine. For easy cleanup, line the baking sheet with aluminum foil. Bake the porkchops at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes or until done. While the chops are baking, I'll cook up some rice and prepare my salad. A wedge of iceberg lettuce with ranch dressing. I love this salad because it's so easy. When the chops are done, give them a squeeze of fresh lemon and juice and serve. This is a simple and delicious supper your family will love. For more week night recipes and supper solutions pick up a copy of Southern Living magazine in southernliving.com.
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