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The countdown is on.  Only 9 working days left until I am back home with my daughter!!  It’s both scary and exciting at the same time.  But I am really looking forward to having a normal schedule and being able to spend some time at home.  I have to admit – I haven’t even really been cooking much lately.  By the time I get home from work and picking up my daughter, I’m usually so pooped that we scrounge together whatever we can for dinner.  But when I do cook, it’s simple meals like this that have saved the day!

This is a really basic meal, but my husband loved it. But then again, this is his kind of meal – a simple protein and some veggies on the side.  I am finding that Bisquick is a very versatile ingredient.  Who would have thought that you could use it to bread pork chops!?!  But it worked, and the pork chops were nice and crispy and delicious.

Breaded Pork Chops
Serves: 4 servings
  • ¼ cup Original Bisquick
  • 7 saltine cracker squares, crushed (1/2 cup)
  • ½ teaspoon seasoned salt
  • ⅛ teaspoon pepper
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tablespoon water
  • 4 pork chops, about ½ inch thick
  1. Mix Bisquick, cracker crumbs, seasoned salt and pepper on a plate or in a shallow bowl. Mix egg and water in another bowl.
  2. Dip pork chops into the egg mixture, then coat with the Bisquick mixture.
  3. Spray a 12-inch nonstick skilled with cooking spray; heat over medium-high heat. Cook pork in the skillet 8 to 10 minutes, turning once, until slightly pink in the center.
Slightly adapted from Betty Crocker's Quick and Easy Cookbook
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22 Responses to Breaded Pork Chops

  1. Jennifurla says:

    Looks so good actually, simple & good. My husband would approve too

  2. Joanne says:

    I love how easy this is! Definitely a keeper for those busy nights. So excited for you!

  3. Keri says:

    This looks great and I usually have Bisquick on hand! Thanks for the recipe!!

  4. Rosa's Yummy Yums says:

    Yummy! That is always delicious.



  5. Michelle says:

    I gotta ask – what's in Bisquick? I think my mom used to use it to make pancakes but I've never bought it. It's like…flour and some thickeners or something?

  6. Susi says:

    Sometimes simple is the most comforting! This looks good and would be very well received with my family also :o)

  7. blackbookkitchendiaries says:

    what a pretty plate. looks just heavenly. thank you for sharing this.

  8. Elaine says:

    I'm glad to have another way to make pork chops. They are a favorite since they thaw so quickly! I can decide to make them at the last minute 🙂

  9. Holly says:

    I'm sure my hubby would love this one too:)

  10. Monet says:

    Simple and comforting. This is exactly what I'm craving. My mom adores pork chops…so whenever I see or eat them, I think of home. Thank you for sharing!

  11. Vivienne says:

    nothing beats a quick and delicious meal after a long day at work!

  12. Kim says:

    Pork is a real favorite of my husband as well and I know that we would all love this.

  13. kat says:

    Looks like a really nice breading

  14. Patsyk says:

    I never would have thought that Bisquick would make a good breading… I'm going to have to try that sometime soon!

  15. Betty says:

    Sure would be nice if comments would be confined to those who actually test recipe.

  16. Debbie Hamilton says:

    I’ve done this before, without the cracker, and mixed milk with the egg! It’s delicious! I’ll have to try with the water instead of milk, for a little more healthy. I’ve also done this in the oven after spraying butter, or drizzling with evoo. I wonder what the crackers adds to it? Bisquick, has always been a filling for my meatloaf, making pancakes, waffles, biscuits, or chicken & dumplings. If you go to Bisquick.com, they had hundreds of uses for it.

  17. Tool Man says:

    If you add the crackers, would it be too salty?

    • Deborah says:

      If you are worried about it being too salty, I would suggest using low sodium crackers, and maybe not adding the extra salt.

  18. carol hawley says:

    this recipe looks so good, how do I print this recipe, I am anious to try it.

    • Deborah says:

      Carol – this is an older recipe before I had recipe formatting, but I have just updated it for you so that you can print it. I hope you enjoy!

  19. Elaine Shirley says:


    This sounds absolutely great. Can the chops be baked? What temperature oven would you advise and how many minutes?

    Thank you for your wonderful recipes.

    • Deborah says:

      I have not tried baking these, but I’m sure you probably could. I would bake them at 350ºF for probably 20-30 minutes.

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