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FRENCH'S® CRUNCHY ONION PORK CHOPS
3 cups (6 oz.) FRENCH'S® Original or Cheddar French Fried Onions
3 tbsp. all-purpose flour
6 (1/2-inch thick) bone-in or boneless pork chops, season with salt and pepper to taste
1 egg, beaten
Place French Fried Onions and flour into plastic bag. Lightly crush with hands or with rolling pin. Transfer to pie plate or waxed paper.
DIP pork chops into beaten egg; then coat with onion crumbs, pressing firmly to adhere. Place chops on baking sheet.
Bake at 400°F for 20 min. or until no longer pink in center.
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Tips from French's
Look for FRENCH'S® French Fried Onions in the canned vegetable aisle!
Tip: Add 1/4 tsp. each garlic powder and thyme leaves to onion crumbs. Proceed as above.
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reviewed by: Maresean | Sep, 19, 2011
This is so delicious! It's even better when you use a Pork Tenderloin cut into medallions. It is crunchy on the outside and tender on the inside. My husband and 10 year old son LOVE it!
reviewed by: shayne417 | Sep, 03, 2011
i've made this dish many times and have always come across the same dilemma...the onions ALWAYS came out soggy. tonight i found the solution. 1) combine french's fried onions and flour as the original recipe calls for. 2) season mixture with garlic salt and pepper 3)SLIGHTLY crush onion mixture ( i found that leaving the onions more intact=crispier finished product) 4) beat 1 egg 5) dip pork chop into egg, wipe off any excess...u just need enough to make the onion mixture adhere. 6) place on foil lined cookie sheet 7) take a handful of onion mixture and press firmly onto pork chop...covering the entire surface. 8) cook at 400 degrees for 20 mins the end result is a tende perfectly cooked pork chop with awesome crunch and flavor...my family looooved it!
reviewed by: heathernance27 | Jul, 01, 2011
This is a very simple to make dish! It taste great & my husband who is a picky eater ate every last pork chop! :) Great Recipe! Tip: When I crushed my French's French Onions I decided to add a little all Italian seasoning and some chill powder to season the French Onions and it turned out great! I put the french onions and the seasoning into a zip lock baggie and used the 'shake and bake" method to coat my pork! YUMO!
reviewed by: crazeknot | Jul, 01, 2011
This is a easy recipe & I used Stove Top Stuffing. Put the stuffing on the bottom of a large baking dish, then the French's Fried Chop on top. I serve on the side a gravey, made from the bacon dripping.
reviewed by: toqt4you2 | Jan, 25, 2011
My hubbie isn't a big pork chop fan but he absolutely loved these. So very moist! He said it was an absolute do over dinner.
reviewed by: jpost25 | Jan, 20, 2011
Iam a guy that has to cook sometime for the famly and this is fantastic and was easy also we had Parmeasn Cous Cous Bush's Baby Butter Beans and Sweet Tea all I had were clean plate's and is there any more Thanks for the recipe French's
reviewed by: kendrah1979 | Aug, 30, 2010
I made this for my family and they loved it. My kids are very picky and with frenchs recipes they love everything I make.
reviewed by: o2bapapanow | Aug, 28, 2010
FRENCH'S FRENCH FRIED ONIONS ADD FLAVOR THAT MY FAMILY LOVES!
reviewed by: ARobi35 | Aug, 27, 2010
I voted for this receipe because I love the French's french fried onions and I love baked pork chops, so the combination of the two together sounds and looks good. Secondly, the receipe is simple, prep and cooking times are short; making this an easy receipe to whip up for a busy working mom like myself.
reviewed by: GSkunk | Aug, 25, 2010
It tastes like extra crispy KFC!
reviewed by: cat4640 | Aug, 23, 2010
Looks like an interesting alternative to boring old breaded pork chops.
reviewed by: gibbsvickie40 | Aug, 22, 2010
Because it looks so good, the French Fried Onions are a nice alternative to Shake and Bake
reviewed by: Jobejo1 | Aug, 22, 2010
I have made it and it is delicious
reviewed by: joekrysowaty | Aug, 21, 2010
Onions and Pork seem to be a perfect match. Rather than saute the onions - I like the idea of encrusting the porkchops with onions.
reviewed by: rjgrout | Aug, 21, 2010
We would love this recipe because we like pork chops but have never found a recipe that has crunchy texture on the pork chop. Since they are baked, it will be healthier than frying them too.
reviewed by: mauclair99 | Aug, 21, 2010
we love the crunchness of the onions on the moist pork chops
reviewed by: amna18 | Mar, 15, 2010
MMMmmmm...the crunchy taste of French's french fried onions which coats the tender porkchops and seals in the juices makes a mouthwatering main dish.
reviewed by: sunofabeach | Mar, 15, 2010
my roomates love it
reviewed by: Judy1_way | Mar, 15, 2010
This recipe was quick and easy. The pork chops were moist and juicy. I will try and add alittle adobo seasoning next time in the coating mixture.
reviewed by: jewels60 | Mar, 14, 2010
Because we love the taste of French'S fried onion rings on the porks chops , it brings out a wonderful flavor.. We also use French'S fried onion rings in a lot of other foods !!
reviewed by: CHAR765 | Mar, 13, 2010
WE LOVE BONELESS PORK CHOPS AND COOK THEM ABOUT 3 TIMES A WEEK AND ARE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR NEW RECIPES FOR THEM AND THIS ONE SOUNDS REALLY GOOD WE WILL DEFINITELY TRY IT OUT THANK YOU!
reviewed by: bar711 | Mar, 13, 2010
We do not eat pork chops very often and then they are "dull." French's Crunchy Onion Pork Chops will give us a tasty, dressed up meal...a treat on which we have been missing out.
reviewed by: darlie56 | Mar, 13, 2010
There's nothing better than pork chops and fried onions,so french fried onions have to be fantastic,YUM!
reviewed by: jeanneg | Mar, 13, 2010
The coating adds a lot of flavor and it keeps the meat moist. Pork has a tendency to be dry if it is overcooked, but I don't want it to be undercooked, so depending on the thickness of the chop sometimes it's in the oven too long. This is a terrific solution.
reviewed by: esquire4 | Mar, 11, 2010
the pork chops are always so moist....yum
reviewed by: 3busykids | Mar, 11, 2010
My whole family loves pork chops and adding a crunchy layer of French Fried Onions makes them even more delicious. Everyone cleans their plates with this recipe.
reviewed by: gloriatiner | Mar, 10, 2010
My family loves their pork chops to be tender and juicy on the inside and crisp on the out side. Since we are already a fan of french fried onions this will just add to what they already love and be something new for dinner.
reviewed by: DiddyDog | Mar, 10, 2010
Pork chops are a family favorite, add a little cheddar fried onions and Ba Bam the kids will love it.
reviewed by: Lanners | Mar, 10, 2010
Can't get enough of this recipe. It's a nice change from breaded chops and applesauce!
reviewed by: castine1 | Mar, 10, 2010
We love oven fried foods, and instead of using bread crumbs this uses french fried onions. I have a hard time keeping them around the house, so I would have to hide them until I made the recipe.
reviewed by: pangealand | Mar, 10, 2010
Our family loves your French Fried onions! This recipe looks like a winner!
reviewed by: 1loriannmocaby4 | Mar, 09, 2010
We are a family of 4 with 2 teenage daughters who are very active. We love having family dinners at home but after working all day and going to the girls sports events in the evening there is never enough time to prepare a full meal. This is perfect because of the time it takes to prepare! It makes me feel like I have slaved away all day making supper for my family when after 20 minutes IT'S DONE! And I can relax right along with the rest of my family! Till time to leave again for another game! :) Thanks French's!
reviewed by: dcrowbridge | Mar, 08, 2010
Simple and easy to make. French's French Fried Onions provide alot of great flavor.
reviewed by: shericrawford | Mar, 08, 2010
One of my family's favorites and easy to make.
reviewed by: icewoman | Mar, 06, 2010
Onions and pork chops go together. This makes the pork chops come out nice and juicy!!!!
reviewed by: pablock1 | Mar, 04, 2010
Never tried to bake pork before but was relatively easy. We loved the surprisingly tender pork, and who doesn't like fried onions?