Deliciously deep-fried breaded Pork Chop recipe

                by Joost Nusselder | Updated:  August 23, 2020

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Pork Chops comes from the rib part and is the leaner cut among the other pork parts. You can say that it is one of the most favorite meat parts around the world.

In the U.S. alone, Pork Chops are the most consumed cut from the pork and it accounts to about ten percent on their total consumption of pork.

For a more desirable taste, the Breaded Pork Chop Recipe is more than worth giving a try (although this marinated pork chops dish is quite good as well).

The mommies in the Philippines have actually made this into a regular dish which they prepare a “Packed Lunch” for their children.

This has become a regular Filipino food that is almost always present in every household. This pork part can become a bit dry but it can be brined so that it will be moist.

It may not contain a lot of health benefits but has about 6.6gms. protein for every ounce of pork.
Breaded Pork Chop Recipe

Breaded Pork Chop Recipe Preparations and Variations

The Breaded Pork Chop Recipe has several variations just like any other dish. As you all know, even the simplest dish can be turned into a very special recipe depending on the preference of the one preparing it.

There are some that even wrap Bacon around it to make it more flavorful. The center part has a huge T-shaped Bone which is comparable to the T-bone Steak of beef.

Preparing this recipe is quite as easy as one two three. Of course, you have to choose fresh pork to ensure a healthy and sumptuous meal.

Also, you have to buy a good kind of Breadcrumbs and healthy cooking oil.

Filipino breaded pork chopsPreparing this recipe takes just about five minutes and cooking time is just fifteen minutes. Don’t fry it over high heat to avoid getting too hard and losing all its juiciness.

The temperature should just be 145° F. This recipe tastes really good and if you are following a version with not so common ingredients, it will be very easy to find a substitute.

Health Benefits

The Breaded Pork Chop Recipe is very appealing especially to the kiddos because it really tastes good.  

It’s common knowledge that kids love fried foods and would most certainly love this too especially if they see that it has a wonderful texture; crispy on the outside but still juicy inside.

The kids will love it all the more if you’ll prepare gravy or you can even create your own version of sauce making sure though that the flavor will be loved by the kids.

This can also be paired with Mashed Potatoes, Coleslaw, Filipino Fruit Salad or any other side dish according to your preference.

Of course, it is also very delectable to pair this with a cup of hot steamed rice and maybe a glass of soda on the side.

You can bet that once your family or friends get to taste the outcome of your recipe, they will keep asking for more.
Filipino breaded pork chop recipe

Sawsawan GravyWhy not try all versions one by one to further enjoy this delicious meal?

You will surely be a hit among your friends once they get to taste different versions of what used to be a simple Pork Chop recipe like the Breaded Pork Chop.

Salamat at Mabuhay!

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Joost Nusselder, the founder of Bite My Bun is a content marketer, dad and loves trying out new food with Japanese food at the heart of his passion, and together with his team he's been creating in-depth blog articles since 2016 to help loyal readers with recipes and cooking tips.