What's the difference... why would I choose one over the other?
Flour - egg - breadcrumb VS
egg - breadcrumb
I'm making pork chops for dinner and I want to pan fry them
I used the 3-step method, pan fired for about 10 mins. finished in the oven 10 mins.
The results.... crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside delicious
w/out the flour the egg will /breadcrumb will slide off the meat rather than adhere to it
thanks! so flour first... then about 10 mins on a side?? These are boneless loin and about 3/4 inch thick.
I agree with the 3 step procedure, but I would brown them for 2-3 minutes per side, and finish them on a grill pan in a 350° oven for 5-10 minutes
(until you get a 150°internal temp)
is finishing in the oven better than keeping them in the fry pan??
The oven heat in gentler than a pan and they don't get as greasy when you sear and then roast.
Yes. The standard procedure is flourfing, then egg, then crumbs.
is that just for meat? When would you skip the flour? My friend makes eggplant parm and doesn't flour
You would skip the flour only when you don't want to fry the pork chops.
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