Venetian Pork Chop
Ever catch yourself wondering how to fry pork chops well? We’ll do you one better and show you how to add a tangy twist to your fried pork chop recipe – let’s make it venetian style. This Venetian Pork Chop recipe is truly out of this world. Now, I know what you’re thinking... “Pork chops and vinegar? How can that taste good”? Believe us, we know. But you are just going to have to trust us on this one. Once you do, you’ll never eat fried pork chops the same. The inspiration for this dish came from a dish I saw on Somebody Feed Phil. I instantly knew I had to make it and knew that other fried pork chop recipes couldn’t compare. This dish is perfect for when you want to treat that special someone to a nice home-made dinner. Just pair these venetian fried pork chops with one of our other sides at Barbecue at Home, a bottle of wine, and voila - Deliciousness!
It can be tricky to make the best fried pork chops. But with this recipe, it’s fool proof! Don’t believe us? The total prep and cook time are way shorter than expected, so you could wine and dine your special someone in no time at all. This recipe calls for 7 ingredients: eggs, flour, Italian breadcrumbs, oil, apple cider vinegar, and S&P. If you’re looking for a healthier oil substitute, use coconut oil! Despite what some may think, the vinegar sauce pairs very well with the savory-ness of the pork chops. With the crunchy breading, you’re in for a perfect crisp bite every time. So, stop asking questions, and try it, really! As the sweet and savory aromas fill your kitchen, even the neighbors will be asking “what’s for dinner?” So, get started in the kitchen now and start whipping up the best fried pork chops your taste buds have ever witnessed.
4 Pork Chops
2 Eggs (beaten)
1 Cup Flour (seasoned with salt and pepper)
2 Cups Italian Breadcrumbs
1/2 Cup Oil (for frying, I use coconut oil)
1 Cup Apple Cider Vinegar
As Needed, Salt and Pepper
Pound out the pork chops to ¼ inch. Season with salt and pepper.
Setup a traditional breading station with the flour, eggs, and breadcrumbs.
Lightly flour the pork chops, dip in eggs and coat with bread crumbs.
Heat oil in a high sided sauté pan and fry pork chops for 2 minutes on each side.
Drain of the oil and add the vinegar to the pan and continue cooking the pork chops until all the vinegar has been soaked into the pork chops, flipping once.
Serve with your favorite side.