Thursday, August 18, 2011

Breaded pork chop

I used to cook meals separately for my daughter whose sometimes gets choosy. One thing she'll agree to eat same food like us is when there's ketchup or soy sauce on the table as dipping sauce. She actually likes dipping pasta on the ketchup, dipping her hotdog in a cup of warm choco-milk during breakfast and dipping her fries in a glass of water strange! just like her big brother that according to Claudebiko, léo likes to dip his fries in a coca-cola. When you are a kid, eating is like a play, so i have to play too to convince Bibingclara of eating ( some veggies ) what we have on the table. I deep fried 4 pork chops. 2 pork chops have been eaten with some left over munggo and 2 pork chops left with white rice and steamed broccoli as side dish :)
Ingredients :                                         cooking oil
                                                         1 large egg
                                                       1 cup all purpose flour
                                                       1 cup bread crumbs
                                                          salt and pepper
                         dippings : tonkatsu sauce bought from the japanese store
              lea and perrins worcestershire sauce usually use when marinating meats
                                                       salt and pepper - ketchup
                                                                     pork chops
In a deep frying pan, heat the oil. Meanwhile, Dip pork chops in egg, then covered with flour and roll in bread crumbs. In a very hot oil, deep fried pork chops until browned on both sides. Drain in a paper towel to remove excess oil. Then, serve :)
voilà ! Bon appetit!
Next time, will post grilled pork chops. Happy eating! :)

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