How to make it

  • Put flour in a shallow bowl. Add some salt and pepper, cumin and basil.
  • Put beaten eggs and water into a different shallow bowl (mix).
  • Put crushed crackers into a third shallow bowl.
  • Heat oil in skillet on medium high heat (about a 6).
  • 1st - Place pounded pork chop into flour. Cover completely.
  • 2nd - Place into egg. Make sure egg covers completely.
  • 3rd - Place into cracker crumbs.
  • Then fry covered pork chop in heated oil until golden brown, turn and fry other side until golden brown.
  • Remove fried loin from pan with tongs and place on paper towels.
  • The cooked chops can be placed in the oven on a plate and kept warm at 200 or so degrees while you are cooking the others.
  • Make a lot... people love them. They are good on a bun too! I like mine with mustard, onion and pickles!

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  • sbartrom 9 years ago
    I made this last night and my husband loved it! You are definately right on the medium level of cooking the pork chops. The cracker crust was amazing. Thank you!!
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  • msmanser 9 years ago
    I think maybe you are right, it was the oil temp. I put the stove heat on about a 6 and heat up the oil before I put them in the pan and then once I cook both sides to a crispy touch, I dry them on a paper towel (on a glass plate).
    If the oil is too hot, it will smoke, if it is too low, it won't "sizzle" and it will soak into the crackers. It took a bit of practice for me to get this one right!
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    kenliesmom ate it and said...
    This was very good, My husband loved it and asked if I would make it again. It was a bit too greasy for me but I think that was in my error. I thought I had them done and I cut into them before I served them to check and they were a little pink. So instead of throwing them back in the pan I added a lot more oil and turned the heat back on. I think if I wouldnt have added the more oil they would have been perfect. I love the flavor of the breading.... mmmm mmmm GOOD!
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  • craners 10 years ago
    I could see this being a perfect sandwich...what a change instead of the turkey, tuna etc. So many things you can do with this..slice it up and put it on a hoagie bun with condiments, with mayo and tomatoe...I'M IN!!!!!!
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