Phil Anderson: Hi! I'm Chef Phil Anderson, Harris Teeter's executive chef. I'm going to show you how to make Boneless Breaded Pork Chops. What we're going to do is mix the dry ingredients right now. We're going to take a bag and there is a half a cup of flour, and seasoned breadcrumbs about the same amount, half a cup, and then a little salt and pepper. Take a teaspoon, mix that up; there we go.
Now have a little bit of water, just two tablespoons of water and one egg, whisk that up. Now the recipe calls for six chops but we're only going to do three of them, just to show you how to do it. Okay, that's all mixed up very nicely. Now we're going to go straight in the bag. So with one, two and third one. Okay, tie this up and then just massaged it in. All that breading gets on all parts of the pork chop. No mess, no fuss and we'll take it over to the stove top and fry these babies up. Okay, we're at the stove and we're going to turn this, it's medium high heat or more towards the medium. Let the pan get set over that, just pouring some olive oil, it's one tablespoon. Okay, and we've kind of made these pork chops nice and coated. We want to wait until this gets hot and we'll be able to smell the olive oil. Now these are kind of thin; about half of an inch to three quarters of an inch. The thicker ones you finish in the oven. You want to get all that extra breading off of it, just doing what you need. Like I said before, if they were thicker, I would do this and then put them into the oven at 300 degrees for about seven or eight minutes, and it will be cooked all way through. They'll be very moist. Because these are thinner, you can do them on top of the stove.
Pork has to cook to 150 degrees internal temperature. There'll be very little carry over cooking. So you want to get it right up to the 150. Okay, it's been about five or six minutes, and then we'll go to flip them over a little. They're beautiful, beautiful golden brown. Roll around, so that they can get the bottom parts of the oil. And again, we're going to wait five or six minutes, so that they cook all the way through. Okay, we'll back at the stove top. It's been about five or six minutes. So we know that that's done. We took an internal temperature, 150 degrees, and there it is; the Breaded Boneless Pork Chop. Enjoy!