Breaded Southern Fried Pork Chops Recipe With Tutorial – The Hillbilly Kitchen



Breaded Southern Fried Pork Chops Recipe
How to make Southern Fried Breaded Pork Chops and Gravy just like Grandma made. This is a complete tutorial on how to cook breaded pork chops. I will give you all the tips and secrets for making your pork chops tender and tell you how to keep the breading from falling off in the pan.

I also cover how to safely handle raw meat in the kitchen to keep you and your family safe. So even if you have never cooked before there is enough information in this video to have you cooking Grandma’s pork chops.

If you’re a seasoned cook you might pick up a new trick or two.

Whole pork loin can be sliced into pork chops for an economical way to feed even the largest family. When my kids were still home, I would have the butcher slice my pork loin ¼ inch thick. I would get 50 or more boneless pork chops for $10. My kids thought we were rich because they got 2 each. Those are wonderful memories.

The breading makes them more filling as does the gravy, but more than that the taste is what dreams are made of.
No matter how tight your budget is you can enjoy this wonderful old recipe and make some memories with your family.

Remember to put God first! 🙂

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Ingredients:

4 to 6 Pork Chops
½ cup Milk
1 tablespoon Lemon Juice or Vinegar
½ cup Flour
Salt, Pepper and Onion Powder to Taste

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For Gravy:

1 cup Milk
2 tablespoons Flour
Salt, Pepper and Onion Powder to Taste

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My grandmother made pork chops this way, and now you’ve inspired me to give ‘em a try! I’ve so enjoyed your videos. I have southern roots, and your videos bring back nice memories. Thank you!

I'm exactly as picky as you are when it comes to proper handling of raw meats. Becky what is the brand of the gas burner you're using and do you recommend it? Thanks!

The best way I find to check meat like that with a meat thermometer is to pick it up with tongs and stick the thermometer through the side of the meet until the tip of the thermometer reaches the center of the filet.

Those pork chops really look good. And as a child no matter what kind of meat mom would fry we had gravy. I would always put a half a piece of bread on my plate and when the gravy Bowl was passed around I put a big old dollar for gravy on my bread. Yum yum now for what I like to eat with my pork chops, besides gravy, is applesauce

I'm guessing the make extra and freeze them for later thing would also work for the chicken fried steak? Because THAT would be a big help–family loves them, but it makes a mess!

Use healthy fats, lard, tallow, duck fat, bacon fat, coconut oil, Research industrial oils. Canola and corn oils are not healthy. They are inflammatory. See Dr D Ken Berry videos on this subject.

i used store bought breadcrumbs and they fell apart in the frying pan! Ugh…should of done the flour. Oh well 😔

Becky, you're an answer to my prayers! I also had a problem with the coating coming off my pork chops. My husband watched your YouTube with me. Now he wants fried pork chops and gravy 😋 Thank you for emphasizeing the correct way to handle raw meat. I also hope my husband noticed that when you put salt and pepper in the flour, that you didn't leave a ring of salt on the counter around the plate!! LoL 😂

It would be helpful to see your finished plated dish and see how it looks with the gravy on it at the end and how juicy it is inside when you cut into it. Yummm. I look forward to trying this recipe.

Love your Corning Ware. I have the same pattern. I bought my dishes when my son was a baby who is now in his middle years. Enjoy your videos so much. You are a joy to watch. God watch over and bless you and your family.

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