Pork Chops Parmesan

  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Total Time: 40 mins
  • Servings: 4
  • About This Recipe

    “Gives pork chops a great flavour! From “1001 Low Fat Recipes”, altered to suit our household. You can make these quicker by turning up the heat, but be very careful! The coating will burn very quickly!”


  • 3tablespoons cornmeal or 3tablespoonsbreadcrumbs
  • 1tablespoonparmesan cheese, grated
  • 1/2 teaspoonblack pepper
  • 1/2 teaspoonMrs. Dash seasoning mix( original flavour)
  • 1/2 teaspoonbasil
  • 4pork loin chops, about 1/2 inch thick
  • cooking spray
  • 3green onions, chopped
  • 1clovegarlic, minced
  • 3tablespoonsparsley, chopped
  • 6cupsegg noodles
  • Directions

  • Combine cornmeal, Parmesan cheese, pepper, Mrs.Dash, and basil.
  • Trim pork chops of visible fat and dredge in mixture.
  • Coat skillet with cooking spray and put on medium heat.
  • Put chops in skillet and reduce heat to medium low.
  • Saute 10 minutes each side.
  • Add onion and garlic.
  • Continue sauteeing another 10 minutes, stirring to prevent sticking.
  • Sprinkle with parsley to garnish and serve over noodles.
  • Reviews

  • “Very good flavor I enjoyed my dinner.I used fresh grated parmesan but I should have grated it finer – if it is coarse you have to watch very carefully that it doesn’t burn even tho it is mixed with the cornmeal.I had the heat set at 5 (right in the middle) to begin then turned it down a bit more to finish cooking.I borrowed an idea from recipe#21761(Brussels Sprouts in garlic butterby Tracey) and decided that they would do great in the pan with the garlic, chops and green onions and put the sprouts right in the pan – it was wonderful. I used 2 cloves garlic and served the chops with new potatoes, baby carrots, brussel sprouts and the great green onions.Thanks Sarah it’s a keeper”

  • “These pork chops were absolutely delicious and were super tender!I browned the outsides quickly in a pan but then transferred them to the oven @ 375 for about 30 minutes.Family raved about them…will definitely make them again.”

  • “We and our company loved these pork chops, delicious!I did 8 chops, they turned out wonderful, but I did finish them off for 20 minutes in a 400f degree oven.I was out of cornmeal so I used panco crumbs, they worked great.I used finely grated fresh parmesan and served it with a side of brown rice, recipe #384709 which went very well with the chops! The touch of Mrs Dash with the other additons to the crumbs was a lovely idea.Sorry I had to take photos of the 2 left over chops, hungry guests were too quick for me.i will be making these again, thanks for posting.”

  • “This one was easy and delicious! I added some asparagus tips to the pasta (used rotini instead of the egg noodles), a little butter, garlic powder and some more parmesan – husband LOVED it!”

  • “Great recipe! I tried it today and my family loved it.”

  • “I liked these, but the rest of my family wasn’t overly impressed.Not sure why, because the coating is quite tasty.Maybe I’ll try it on chicken…”

  • “a huge hit with the entire family!!”

  • “I really liked the cornbread breading on these pork chops.They were pretty well liked by my four kids!”

  • “Big fan of this one. I pan fried the chops and then de-glazed the pan with some beef flavoed cubes and water – added some more garlic to the sauce and served over egg noodles. Great job.”

  • “I made this a while back, and it was excellent!You’re right, though, I burned the coating on two of the chops because I was getting a little impatient.Definitely hanging on to this recipe!”

  • “I really liked this.The cornmeal made this dish.My kids even ate this.Yummy!!!!”

  • “I maade this for our Valentine Dinner for DH, DS and myself tonite.I had to come here and tell you it was great!I had wheat buttered and parmasean noodles, and steamed brocolli for the sidees as well as flaky biscuits.Everyone is full and sated.thank you for a great take on coated chops that are very easy to make.As other reviewers posted, I too put in oven to complete cooking,(30 minutes at 400 degrees), threw the bisuits in the last 15 minutes so everything could be ready at the same time.This is a keeper and already in my cookbook.I did take a pic and will post in the recipe requests forum as I do not know how to add here.”

  • “This is a fantastic way to cook a pork chop.I used the breadcrumb option and browned them in about a tablespoon of canola oil. I then finished them in the oven at 400F for 30 minutes.I didn’t have Mrs. Dash so I just used salt.They were very tender and juicy and had a nice flavor with the coating.”

  • “This recipe is so incredibly easy to make, and it tastes absolutely delicious.The parmesan with the breadcrumbs creates a very tasty, crispy coating on the pork chops.”

  • “Very good! Moist, tender and full of flavor. Would double the coating mix next time for four thick pork chops.It smelled so good, I had to keep telling myself not to cook it so fast or it’d all burn.lolServed with baked potatoes and peas.Thanks, Sarah!”

  • “Good and easy recipe.Even used it on some older pork and it came out fairly tender cooking it slowly.”

  • “Delicious.Used italian breadcrumbs.Served with rice instead of noodles”

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