Fried pork chops are a southern stable! This hearty meal is one that the entire family will be begging for seconds.
As much as I love the relaxed feel of summer, Fall brings on a sense of renewal and starting fresh. Gone are the relaxed summer evenings with nothing scheduled and replaced by nights filled with homework and extra curricular activities.
This is the perfect opportunity to get our family back into a routine. I use the change of season to plan out a weekly menu and try new recipes. Our family enjoys sitting around the table each night sharing stories from the day and talking about what lies ahead for the week.
Here is the best Southern Fried Pork Chop recipe that will have your family thanking you for getting back into the routine of things and filling their hungry bellies. I like to cook this as a special treat for my guys. They all but lick their plate clean!
How to make Southern Fried Pork Chops
Salt & pepper
In a large skillet heat up vegetable oil on medium to high heat. In a bowl, beat 2 eggs and set aside. In a separate bowl crush a sleeve of saltine crackers. Take pork chops and coat in egg mixture, then dip in crumbled crackers. Repeat one time, then place in hot skillet. Fry each side for 4-5 minutes. Enjoy!
Lori Stowe says
Robin Curnutt says
Michelld Kralicek says
I am going to try this one
This looks so yummy and would be a big hit in our house!
Thanks! It is delicious:)
Trisha Wheatley says
"Fall brings on a sense of renewal and starting fresh."
I'm with you! I always feel like the REAL New Year's is Fall…back is school is the beginning of my year!
This looks really god, I can't wait to try it!
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Karren Haller says
That looks so like comfort food, I love coated and fried foods once in a while.
Chelsee W says
Oh this looks so yummy! Thanks for linking up for the let's be friends blog hop!
Bobbi @ 3GLOL says
I love fried pork chops!!
Thanks for sharing your great recipe 😉
Elizabeth Joan Designs says
These pork chops look so delicious! Thanks for linking up at Your Designs This Time!
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Rhonda Gales says
Stopping by from Turn It Up Tuesday. I love fried pork chops. Saltine Crackers, that's a different twist. I'm going to try them. Thanks for sharing.
Tracy Fredrychowski says
My mom used to make oven baked chops and they sound like your recipe. I have never made them since I couldn't remember how she made them. Thanks for sharing this recipe…it brought back the sweet memory of my mothers kitchen along with an old time family favorite recipe I had forgotten about!
Looks so good! Thank you so much for linking up at Tasty Tuesday! Your recipe has been pinned to the Tasty Tuesday Pinterest board! Please join us again this week!
This looks so yummy! Thanks for linking up at the Blogger Brags Pinterest Party.
Adrian Peterson says
I love fried pork chops! Thanks for sharing this with us at the Teach Me Tuesday Linky Party.
Anna L says
Thanks for sharing! I've pinned your recipe to the Creative K Kids Tasty Tuesday board. We hope you'll join us again tomorrow!
Miz Helen says
Your Southern Fried Pork Chops look amazing! Thanks so much for sharing this awesome recipe with Full Plate Thursday and hope to see you real soon!
This recipe looks so simple and sounds so delicious! I pinned it to my recipe board on Pinterest 😀
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Chelsee W says
Hey! I meant to leave this here yesterday, but you were chosen for this week's featured spot on the Let's Be Friends Blog hop! Thanks for linking up this post! Congrats again!
Karly Campbell says
My family would love these pork chops! Thanks for linking up with What's Cookin' Wednesday!