Lean boneless pork chops are breaded simply with parmesan and Italian bread crumbs, then quickly pan fried in olive oil until golden brown and juicy. These Parmesan Crusted Pork Chops are a great weeknight dinner!
Pork chops are often written off as dry or tough unless they’re brined, but this recipe is proof that that doesn’t have to be true.
No brining is necessary here to get pork that’s crispy on the edges, but juicy in the middle, and that’s part of what keeps this recipe so quick and perfect for weeknights.
I’m not against brining, but it adds a lot of prep time, you know?
This recipe takes about 15 minutes total, so if you’re looking for a reliable weeknight dinner that’s quick and tasty, this may become one of your go-to recipes.
Anytime I see pork chops on sale, I grab a bunch and make this parmesan pork.
How to Make Parmesan Crusted Pork Chops:
To get started, set up your breading station with three separate bowls. One with Italian bread crumbs, one with beaten eggs, and one with grated parmesan:
A quick tip: grate your own parmesan using a zester. This will give you an ultra-light parmesan that sticks like magic to the pork chop:
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