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Friday, March 11, 2011

Manang's Oven-Fried Pork Chops

Oven-Fried Pork Chops
Simple and one of our family favorites (because this is one of the rare dishes that even my husband loves)...oven-fried instead of deep-fried -- less grease, less mess. [My husband does not particularly like soy sauce-marinated pork chops...too bad because I love that as well. To him, the flavor is too overpowering and masks the natural goodness of pork flavor.]

8 pork chops
1 box Oven Fry (You might not be able to use all of two packets)
3 eggs
1/4 to 1/2 cup Dijon Mustard

Knorr Pork Gravy mix prepared according to package directions.

Pretty much self-explanatory in the following video:
Pre-heat oven to 400° F. Coat wire rack with oil.
Wipe each chop with paper towel.
Mix eggs and Dijon Mustard well.
Dip chops in egg-mustard mixture. Shake off excess.
Coat generously each chop with the oven fry coating. Pat to coat well. Shake off excess coating.
Place on wire rack on baking pan.
Bake for 30-45 minutes (depends on thickness of chops).
Serve with pork gravy, rice or mashed potatoes, and salad greens.


  1. Hi manang. Nice to see you back!
    I can't find that Oven Fry Mix you're using here :( mag improvise na lang ako!

  2. HI Lannie,
    Still not fully back...DHHS is holding me back...
    Anyway, so you are in Manila!!!! I so envy you!
    Hopefully my whole family will be able to go on vacation next year.

  3. Hi Manang, this recipe looks yummy, kasi naman sawa na ang mga teens ko with the usual fried and inihaw na pork chop. I think wala dito sa atin ng Oven Fry Mix, can i use ba the usual bread crumbs or the japanese bread crumbs? thanks a lot for sharing this recipe..Zeny

  4. Hi Zeny,
    Pwede ang bread crumbs or panko. :)


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