Pork Chops and Onions!
So, I don’t really cook much, but, I wanted to offer y’all some frugal and delicious recipes, so I asked my friend Susan to guest post each week with a recipe – she’s a GREAT cook! So, then Tamona at Tamona’s Tips shamed me into sharing a few recipes myself – so here is the first one!
I call it: Pork Chops & Onions! lol Thought I was gonna say applesauce didn’t you! (Brady Bunch reference!) My name thinking up isn’t too creative either! 🙂
My hubby found some nice chops on sale and grabbed them while he was out, so I decided I would make this recipe and share it with you.
The ingredients are:
Pork Chops (as many as your family needs)
Onions (to taste)
Butter/Margarine (2 sticks or so)
Flour or Breadcrumbs I’m not too good at the measuring! 🙂
So, this is very simple and quick. My hubby and I LOVE onions, and the kids like the recipe, too. They don’t have to eat the onions!
Heat the oven to 350 degrees and turn on a skillet with a couple of pats of butter. Then, slice the onions in rings, it doesn’t really matter how you slice them, I guess, I just have always done them in rings. Place them in the heated skillet with the butter. Let those sauté a bit, not real soft, they will keep cooking in the oven.
Once your onions are a little soft, transfer them to a baking dish large enough for your pork chops. Once they are in the baking dish, add a few pats of butter to the baking dish. Let sit while you move on to the pork chops.
Add a little more butter to your skillet and lightly roll your pork chops in bread crumbs or flour. I had never used bread crumbs before, but I did this time and they were good! So, like I said keep it light – we just want a dusting – we’re not looking for crunchy here.
Then place them in the heated skillet with the butter just long enough to take the white out of the flour or breadcrumbs,
turn them and let them do the same on the other side.
Once they are just lightly browned move them to the baking dish with the onions.
I sadly forgot to take after pics. So, you will have to imagine what they looked like after they were done – but I can tell you – they were very good! I LOVE doing them this way! The whole thing takes just a few minutes and you’re done! So, hopefully you can try them and enjoy them – I know it’s basic – but I guess I am just a basic kinda girl!