I woke up with no eggs, hams, bacon, or bread. This is always easy to cook and eat, especially when you’re in a hurry. I checked into the freezer and goodly there are still pork chops left. I pull out all the ingredients to cook something I haven’t tried yet. Though I have tried eating this, but I want it to be the one who prepares. 😀 I love cooking and creating new dishes. Sometimes I failed to cook one and just throw it away into the garbage (I’m sorry); but as they always said that experience is the best teacher, then maybe I could use that for an excuse. 😛
Good Life Japanese Style Bread Crumbs / or any kind Bread Crumbs
Margarine / Butter
- Preheat pan with vegetable oil on it in medium. Or if you’re excessively slow in preparing things, and so turn it into low first. The vegetable oil should fit all the pork chops as this is going to be a deep fried pork chop.
- Slice each pork chop into two so that it will be easy to eat. But if you want to remain it whole, then it that is still acceptable. Split the pork skins into another container. That will be cooked later.
- Rub salt on pork chops, face and back. Take a small amount of margarine or butter and rub onto the pork chops. I prefer to use margarine because it has NO CHOLESTEROL. But if you want it sweeter and more delicious and creamy, then you can use butter.
** I have searched on Google about Margarine VS Butter and this is what I found. Hope this would be helpful.
- Do not forget to rub all-in-one seasoning or whatever kind of seasoning on pork chops before or after the salt. This is an alternative ingredient to vetsin (Monosodium glutamate) to produce food more delicious.
Filipinos are always into sweets, thus they always put seasonings in every dish.
- Mix all the pork chops onto bread crumbs. Arrange them onto preheated pan and cook until golden brownish.
- Then serve.
- For the separated pork skin, mix it with salt and vinegar and cook onto an empty pan. Let the oil of the pork skin melt. This will be your oil to use in frying the pork skin. And then serve it besides the finish cook breaded pork.
Behold! My own recipe of Breaded Pork Filipino Style! 😀