This breaded pork chop recipe, aka Schweinekotelett, is among the tastiest and quickest dinner meal ideas you can have. This is a simple one, one that always turns out juicy and delicious! Once you learn the basics of how to cook pork chops, there are so many little variations that you can make. Just adding extra herbs and spices can make a dramatic change.
I'll often make an extra chop or two. They taste so great cold and sliced in a sandwich for lunch the next day. Wunderbar!
Pork schnitzel recipes are similar to breaded pork chop recipes, because schnitzel are just thin chops. In fact, as you look at the schnitzel recipe, you'll realize just how similar this is to these breaded pork chops.
The main difference is the thickness. I love using a really thick chop ... cooking a bit longer ... and it's really juicy and delectable!
The only problem with making schnitzel is that they are quite large and it is difficult to cook many at once. How to cook pork chops enough for our family of five? I used quick pork chop recipes, the favorite being the one given here. And, I had a nice big frying pan!
Using thicker chops means one can put more of them in the pan. Served with boiled potatoes and red cabbage as above, or with spring vegetables as in the photo here, this was one of my German meat recipes I served often.
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Breaded Pork Chops
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