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Mustard Crusted Pork Chops

November 1, 2010

This flavorful pork chop will melt in your mouth.  The slow cooking in the oven after searing will ensure the tenderness of the chops.  A favorite since childhood the added flavors of the two mustards will heighten the kicked up taste.

 

Mustard Crusted Pork Chops

Ingredients

  1. 4 Center-Cut Pork Chops (about 3/4″ thick)
  2. 2 T. Olive Oil
  3. 4 T. Dijon Mustard
  4. 1/4 C. Melted Butter
  5. 1/4 C. Fresh Parsley (chopped)
  6. 1 T. Fresh Garlic (minced)
  7. 6 T. Coleman’s Dry Mustard
  8. 4 C. Breadcrumbs (from French Bread)

Preparation

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  2. Combine the butter, parsley, garlic, mustard and breadcrumbs in a large flat bowl
  3. Cover the chops with the Dijon Mustard
  4. Roll the chops in the breadcrumb mixture
  5. Sear the chops on both sides in an oven proof pan in the oil
  6. Put chops (in the pan) in the preheated oven and finish cooking (about 30 minutes)
  7. Remove chops from oven and plate on a warmed serving dish
  8. Garnish with additional parsley

(Serves 4)

Adapted from www.epicurious.com

Served with Apple, Onion and Walnut Saute

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8 Comments leave one →
  1. November 2, 2010 18:16

    This looks so tasty and quite easy.A dish I would love to try!

  2. November 3, 2010 18:19

    Thank you.

  3. November 3, 2010 21:01

    Okay, sounds great

  4. December 18, 2010 20:29

    Good news, so easy!

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