Oven Baked Pork Chops

  • Prep Time: 15 mins
  • Total Time: 50 mins
  • Servings: 4
  • About This Recipe

    “These are so good and tender. I don’t remember where I got the recipe.”

    Ingredients

  • 3tablespoons butter or 3tablespoonsmargarine
  • 1egg, beaten
  • 2tablespoonsmilk
  • 1cup cornbread mix or 1cuppork stuffing mix
  • 4pork chops
  • Directions

  • Preheat oven tho 425 degrees.
  • Place butter or margarine in a 13x9x2 pan.
  • Put pan in oven for 3 minutes or until butter is melted.
  • Stir together egg and milk.
  • Put stuffing mix in a resealable bag and crush (or leave as is).
  • Dip pork chops in egg mixture.
  • Coat with stuffing mix.
  • Put chops on top of melted butter in pan.
  • Bake 20 minutes.
  • Turn.
  • Bake 10-15 minutes more.
  • Reviews

  • “These are tender and the stuffing mix stays a little crunchy on top.”

  • “What a fabulous quick meal! DH needed to have early supper & then go on to the hospital for his Mom – did this using Pepperige Farm stuffing on 4 thick pork chops – did cover w/aluminum foil except for last 15 minutes .Had it w/mustard greens from the freezer & mashed potatoes.On the table, with gravy from the pan in under an hour!Keeper recipe – will never let on how easy! TYTYTY!”

  • “Absolutely delicious! My husband loved it, as well as our 2 dinner guests! I used the cornbread mix(Jiffy) and it turned out wonderful!”

  • “These are so tender, yet the outside is tender crispy. Excellent flavor.I was lazy and lined my pan with foil for ease of clean up.My DH always wants pan fried chops. Well, last night he couldn’t stop praising your recipe.It will be a regular for us from now on.Thanks for sharing your recipe!”

  • “Great recipe! My husband is not a big fan of pork chops, but he loved these! I used stove top cornbread mix and the flavor was delicious. My pork chops were very thin so I reduced the cooking time to about 25 minutes total. Thanks for the recipe, it’s a keeper!”

  • “These turned out alot better than I expected!!!Super easy to make, the pork was tender & moist with excellent flavor.”

  • “I would have never thought that such simple ingredients would have such Superb results. Very tasty and moist. I used Stove Top chicken flavored stuffing, since I had purchased that item in bulk from Sams Club.Thank You!”

  • “WOW!!!!! These were so TENDER and MOIST.I used Pepperidge Farm Herb Seasoned stuffing for the coating.Sprinkled some garlic and onion powder into the stuffing. Love that this was so quick to put together.If you are looking for an easy, delicious, quick recipe, than this one won’t disappoint.”

  • “We loved these! Made them for dinner last night talk about easy!! Thanks for the awesome recipe will definately make these over and over again. DH hates stuffing he had no clue what the coating was HA HA!!!but enjoyed the heck out of them!!”

  • “It was late on Sunday, and I had changed my mine about frying the pork chops so set out to find a good oven baked recipe.This was the first recipe that I came across when I started googling, and it turned out to be perfect!I used the jiffy cornbread mix, and it was great.I will experiment with other coatings mentioned in the reviews here.But I love the fact that this is so quick, and provides so much flavor and crispness.”

  • “These chops were so very tender, thank you for publishing this recipe.My biggest complaint with pork chops is that they are too often tough & dry – these were not.The only complaint my husband and I had was they were too salty for our taste, perhaps the regular stuffing would be less salty – I’ll give it a try next time.”

  • “Simple ingredients turn into a quick and absolutely delicious meal!I always buy the bix box of stuffing from Costco for Thanksgiving, and used the leftover pouches for dinner one night and it’s been a favorite ever since!I have a big family of 9, so I double the recipe and use 2 baking sheets lined with foil.I use 2 packs of thin cut pork chops (6 chops each), cut each chop in half, and they bake for about 10 minutes on each side.If I don’t have stuffing mix, I use a mixture of equal parts bread crumbs and cornflake crumbs and add my own seasoning.If I have plain crumbs, I throw in a couple teaspoons of grill seasoning (for steak or chicken).When breading, use the heel of your hand to really push the chops into the crumbs so they stick well.You can also do the breading step earlier in the day and just keep refrigerated until ready to bake.I make a packet of turkey or pork gravy on the side, sauteed onions and mushrooms, and a green vegetable like broccoli or green beans.Absolutely love this recipe!!!”

  • “What else can I say, read all the reviews! Awesome!”

  • “These were REALLY good.I always use recipes as a ‘guide’ and tweak them to our tastes.For this one I crushed stuffing bread crumbs and added some crushed corn chex cereal and to the bread crumb mix I also added garlic powder, black pepper and salt.These were awesome and very easy!Thanks for posting this great recipe”

  • “The stuffing mix (I used stove top) was a quick and easy way to get great flavor.”

  • “Very good and Very moist. Because I had problems getting the stuffing to coat real well, I dipped in egg, stuffing, egg and stuffing. Worked out real well and they coating was even. Will make my chops like this from now on.”

  • “TAMMI…… These chops are great… They couldn’t be more tender, moist ortasty…. I crushed some Stove Top Herbal Stuffin in the food processor for them .I agree with Slickchick, this recipe will not disapoint.”

  • “This was a family hit!!! That is saying something for my family. I have a bunch of picky kids, and they don’t like stuffing but they loved the stuffing porkchops. Way to go!!!”

  • “Very easy and delicious.I hadn’t thought of using pork stuffing mix instead of my normal breading I use.The stuffing added another layer of flavor that we all loved.Thank you for a great recipe.”

  • “Easy and Delicious!”

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