I swear, Chrissy Teigen is a genius. She is John Legends' model wife who seems to have beauty and brains, because she came up with this incredible recipe. I happen to have her cookbook and it …
I swear, Chrissy Teigen is a genius. She is John Legends' model wife who seems to have beauty and brains, because she came up with this incredible recipe. I happen to have her cookbook and it honestly has everything I want to eat late at night. Sometimes my mouth starts drooling while flipping through the pages. Her idea of breading pork chops in StoveTop stuffing mix is quite resourceful, since they taste so well together and stuffing mix is usually cheap and abundant after Thanksgiving. Very often I will add a little StoveTop into my homemade stuffing mixture just for the flavor!
For StoveTop pork chops you will need:
4 boneless porkchops (1/2 inch thick)
2 large eggs
1 cup all purpose flour
½ teaspoon Kosher salt
½ teaspoon freshly ground pepper
½ teaspoon cayenne powder
½ package StoveTop stuffing mix
½ cup canola vegetable oil
Line up three shallow bowls on your workspace.
Combine the flower, salt, pepper, and cayenne in the first bowl.
Crack both eggs into the second bowl and beat well.
Use a food processor or blender to turn the stuffing mix into fine crumbs suitable for breading. If you don't own a food processor, place the stuffing mix into a plastic bag, get out your trusty old rolling pin, and start smashing. (This technique also works as great stress relief as well). Transfer your new breading to the third bowl when ready.
Dip the pork chops into each bowl in order (flour, eggs, breading), ensuring that each chop is well coated and that the breading is adhering properly. You can apply a bit of pressure to help them stick if needed. Once complete, set the chops aside for a few minutes. This will help the breading stick better.
Heat the oil in a heavy skillet over medium-high heat until shimmering hot.
Add two chops at a time and fry each side 3 to 5 minutes, or until golden and crispy.
Remove from heat, and let rest on paper towels to drain any excess oil. Repeat with the remaining chops, replenishing oil as needed. Enjoy!
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