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Pork Cutlets with Special Coating

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4 servings

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  • Pre-heat frying pan or electric skillet with 1/4 inch oil to medium high. Put Stove Top Stuffing in blender and buzz on high speed for about 20 seconds.
  • Beat egg with milk. Dredge the cutlets through the egg mixture then through the coating mix. Shake off excess mix and arrange cutlets in pan.
  • Brown on both sides, turning once. Reduce heat to medium-low and cover pan with lid slightly ajar. Simmer about 20 minutes (more or less depending on cutlet thickness) or until desired doneness, turning once or twice.
  • Serve with salad & sliced pears or peaches.


My primary reason for entering this recipe is to pass on to everyone how I discovered the "BEST" coating ever for pork cutlets. I'm a bachelor and I took a couple of nice cutlets out of the freezer before leaving for work one morning. I planned on coming home, making a salad, frying the cutlets and sitting down with a good glass of wine to a tasty meal. Well, when I returned home I searched through my pantry and discovered that I had no coating mix -- not even regular flour. Necessity being the mother of invention, I spied a box of Kraft Stove Top Stuffing Mix (Savory Herbs) hidden on a back shelf of the pantry. Noting that the mix was kind of chunky & lumpy to use as a coating, I popped it into my blender and buzzed it on high speed for about 20 seconds. This turned out to be the absolute best coating I have ever used. I have since discovered that it is equally as delicious when frying fish and chicken.

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  • slimred |

    Being recently widowed and new to cooking I need all the help I can get. This worked great for me. Easy to do and tasty.