Do thoughts of supper at Grandma’s evoke memories of crispy fried pork chops served with your favorite coleslaw? If so, you are in luck, because this well-rounded yet simple family meal tastes just like Grandma’s, without a lot of the frying mess. Boneless pork chops are always a good idea for a family supper. We have made them even easier to prepare by flattening them, paillard-style, which means they will fry in less time. Peanut oil works best in this recipe; it has a high smoke point and adds extra flavor to the pork. Make sure the hot oil is shimmering so the cutlets brown without overcooking. The short cooking time ensures that the pork gets browned without getting overcooked. Serving the slaw directly after tossing it together helps it stay crunchy. A fun alternative is to serve the pork on top of slider buns and top with the slaw.
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