Perfect Fried Pork Chops

Fried pork chops take me back to my childhood. My mother would fry the tastiest pork chops and there would always be Crystal’s hot sauce to top them with. This recipe takes me back , and this is hands down one of my favorite child hood meals that still drives me crazy.

Fried pork chops are so versatile ! You can have them on a sandwich, for breakfast, brunch , or dinner. Another good thing about pork chops is they are normally pretty reasonably priced.

Glam Kitchen Tips

-don’t use pork chops that are too thick

-make sure your grease is hot before you deep fry the pork chops , if not you will mess up the breading

-use clean cooking oil to make sure your pork chops have a golden brown color , dirty cooking oil is what makes the color of the fried food look darker

– I line a baking sheet with paper towel then place a bakers rack over it to drain my fried foods , I love it because the bottom of the pork chops won’t get soggy like they do when you use paper towel

Serves 4

Ingredients

4 pork chops (bone in)

2 teaspoon seasoning salt

1/2 teaspoon garlic powder

1/2teaspoon onion powder

1 cup flour

1 cup Buttermilk

1 tablespoon Louisiana hot sauce

Vegetable oil for frying

Instructions

1.Fill a large, deep pot or deep fryer with vegetable oil

2.In a large resealable bag , add seasoning salt , garlic powder , onion powder , and flour – shake well

3. In a large bowl combine buttermilk and hot sauce – stir well

4. Heat vegetable oil for at least 7-10 minutes before frying the pork chops , so that the oil is hot and ready

5. Dip the pork chops in the buttermilk and hot sauce mixture , then place them in the seasoned flour bag and shake well until fully coated

6. Place pork chops in oil and fry until fully cooked (this will vary depending on the thickness of your pork chops , I used a deep fryer and fried mine for about 5 -7 minutes each batch )

7. Remove from heat and drain on a paper towel or baking rack lined with paper towel

8. Serve and enjoy !

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