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Various Pork Chop Recipes

Categories: Pork
Contributed by: Many BB members!

I decided to include the contributions to a pork chop recipe thread all in one entry here. Pick and choose! ;-)



We used to grill pork chops all the time and one of our favorites was to marinate them in Dale's seasoning. It's a liquid marinade usually located on the same aisle as BBQ and Worcestershire. It has a pretty salty taste, similar to soy sauce, and we love it. But beware --- its pretty strong and you only need to marinate for 15-30 minutes. Good luck!

My mom cooks pork chops in orange juice. so yummy!

Layer them in a casserole dish with sliced onions, sliced lemons (leave the peel on, but don't eat the lemons when it's finished), and ketchup. Sounds weird, but it turns into a tangy sauce in the oven. Really yummy.

Mom2kayz,b, & jakers
How about breaded pork chops? Dip them in egg, then plain or seasoned bread crumbs and brown them in a pan with some hot oil. Brown both sides, then put them in the oven for 15-25 minutes, depending how thick. If they're the really thin ones, bypass the oven!

Oooh, oooh! These are my favorites!!

Put a little oil in a skillet and brown the chops on each side. Add a spoonful of salsa on top of each and cover and simmer on low heat. Then add a mixture of cream cheese/shredded cheddar on top of that......cover and let it melt the cheese!!!! They are SO good and DS LOVES them!!

Heat small amount of vegetable oil in skillet over med. heat. Salt and pepper chops and brown them (about 3-5 min) each side. Mix 1 tsp cumin in 1/4 c. tomato salsa. Divide over chops in skillet. Reduce heat to low and cover - - cook until chops are done (white). Mix 1/3 c grated Cheddar into 2 tsp. cream cheese (I use a little more). Divide over chops and cover until cheese melts.

They are super easy to make and LOW-FAT! ;-)

Kelly CA
I like to put a dry-rub on mine and cook them on the grill.
I make a big batch of dry rub and keep it on hand. It is also good on salmon. I use it on ribs too...UNDER the barbecue sauce.

Dry Rub

1/2 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup paprika
1/4 cup salt
1/4 cup ground black pepper
1 1/2 tablespoons garlic powder
1 tablespoon Italian seasoning

I have done this ways.

Just sprinkle some seasoning salt, Pam the pan and cook.
Serve with hominy (yummy)
season, brown on both sides then cover with 1 can cream soup + 1 can milk, simmer til chops are done.
Serve with rice or mash taters.
brown toss in crock pot with soup mix, low all day, again rice or taters.
Could use pasta ifn you like.


I always make schnitzel out of my pork. Pound them out very thin, dip them in egg, and coat them in a mixture of bread crumbs/flour/corn meal. Then fry them in olive oil. Serve them with gravy.


We use plain ol' Shake N Bake....BUT we serve it with fried apples.

Core and slice 5 granny smith apples (slice thin) I use an apple peeler-corer-slicer and then cut the rings in fourths.

Add to a frying pan with butter and fry over medium high heat until tender (and I like mine a little crispy brown).

Remove from heat...sprinkle with a *little* lemon juice and some brown sugar. Wait til sugar melts and serve with the chops!!! Beats applesauce any day!

Linda in NJ
I LOVE pork chops! Thanks for all the recipes!

Here's my favorite marinade. It's better on the grill than the broiler.

Ginger Spice Marinade
1 small onion, diced
4 minced garlic cloves
2 tbsp brown sugar
2tbsp minced ginger (I use 1 tbsp ground ginger)
1/2 tsp allspice
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp red pepper
1/4 tsp black pepper
Marinate for at least 2 hours.


Dawn in NJ
We love the McCormicks Bag & Season for Pork Chops. You just stick the chops in the cooking bag with some water and bake. It's so easy and it cooks in a bag so it's not very messy! The pork chops come out so juicy and the spices they use are perfect.