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Hi What is a good way to cook boneless pork cutlets that wouldn’t come out like …

Hi👋 What is a good way to cook boneless pork cutlets that wouldn’t come out like shoe leather



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46 thoughts on “Hi What is a good way to cook boneless pork cutlets that wouldn’t come out like …”

  1. Pound em thin and do as Milanese or as a picatta. Cooks quick and doesn’t heat up the kitchen.

  2. Roast them in a Reynolds roasting oven bag. Or put in crockpot and cover with your favorite gravy slow cook for 6 to 8 hours on low.

  3. Catherine Nadermohammadi

    I boil mine first and then o fry it or cook with barbecue sauce or wherever but boil first and is tender

  4. Linda N Scott Knauss

    Drunken Pork. Brown your Pork. Add a can of beer, 1/2 cup ketchup and a 1/3 cup of brown sugar. Simmer until the pork is done and the sauce slightly thickens. Serve over noodles or mashed potatoes. It sounds odd but it is real tasty.

  5. Tangelia Yates

    Slow cooker- all day on low. Season, chop onion and garlic, little water. When almost done, tender, pour gravy over and let gravy get hot and thick. Serve with vegetable and choice of starch. I always serve with rice. Delicious.

  6. Debbie L Brown Wieczorek

    Season with salt and pepper and brown in olive oil,cover with water and simmer until tender make gravy and serve with mashed potatoes

  7. Marinate. Then slow cook, low and slow for about 20-25 minutes using sherry and olive oil to cook them in. However, you MUST bring the meat to room temperature before adding to the skillet or grill. Or else you will shock the meat and make it leathery and chewy.

  8. Dee Villarejos

    Braised in liquid on low or super thin sliced with olive oil, belle peppers and onions

  9. I see her mine in the skillet and then braise them and whatever kind of liquid you may have. But you definitely need to cook it low and slow kind of like in a crock pot but I do it in the oven covered with aluminum foil. They turn out so very tender. You can also add mushrooms onions peppers whatever into the liquid while it’s cooking.

  10. If you want fried pork chops with then only put a little oil in the frying pan , season them with whatever you want, roll in flour and fry on medium to low heat it they are thin they won’t take long to cook. The secret to tender juicy pork chops is to cook on low heat and not overcook. When they are brown on both sides if you want gravy with them ( like smothered pork chops) take them out of the pan discard all but a couple tablespoons of the oil . Add brown gravy mix or cream of onion or mushroom soup and 3/4 can of water whisk to mix it good. Once the gravy/soup starts cooking add pork chops back to pan turn burner to low and cover and let it simmer for about 10/15 minutes.

  11. Shirley Clyburn

    You can cut into thick strips and cook on crockpot with barbeque sauce but I like to use shake n bake for pork as it makes juicy tasty pork.

  12. I sear mine, with whatever spices , then put in crock pot with cream of mushroom soup on low. So tender. I serve with potatoes . It makes a goid gravy.

  13. Sear in a skillet with olive oil, pepper,, remove and add water and scrape bottom of pan. Return chops to pan cook on low, covered.Make sure liquid does not evaporate.cvcook low and sliw.

  14. I marinate mine in soy sauce and all your fav seasonings. I would let sit for 4 hrs in the fridge.

  15. Charlotte Jason Evans

    I like to dip them in eggs seasoned with salt and pepper,and then dip in breadcrumbs and fry them

  16. Kassandra Kingery

    I cook mine in the crockpot with a can of cream of mushroom, can of cream of chicken and a packet of ranch. About 6 hours on low and than I make kluski noodles and mix in. Serve over mashed potatoes. I actually just made it today 🙂 it’s a family favorite

  17. Cool them less. If they’re leather you’re like to er cooking them. A quick sear on the outsides then into the oven for a bit is my usual method. How long depends on the thickness

  18. Brenda Whitaker

    This is what I would do; large skillet melt stick of butter flour Cutlets brown, slice onion add water 3/4 of the skillet bring to boil put lid on and turn it down to simmer. Cook about 30-45 minutes makes meat tender and gravy all together

  19. Tomarla Snider

    I cook them like a fast version of fried chicken. Dip in an egg wash, then into a seasoned flour coating and lightly fry several minutes on each side. Place on a paper towel to drain grease and make a milk gravy. Serve with mashed potatoes and vegetables of choice. They are fast, amazing and tender.

  20. Connie Levesque Allen

    Crock pot Ranch Pork chops:
    package of boneless pork chops
    1 can of Cream of Chicken soup
    1 packet dry Ranch dressing mix

    In crock pot layer pork chops, add the cream of chicken soup, then sprinkle dry Ranch dressing all over.
    Cover and cook on high for 4 hours OR Low for 6 hours.

    he pork chops come out very tender and the flavor is amazing! You also get a good gravy for mashed potatoes

  21. Put in crock pot, cover with sauerkraut, add some caraway seeds, a can or two of whole potatoes. Great meal!

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