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Cajun PorkPosted on May 2, 2011 by admin-F0RS3
- 44Canadian Pork Chops, boneless, fast fry, about 3 1/2 oz/100g each
- 1/4 cup50 mLall purpose flour
- 1 tsp5 mLdried thyme
- 1 tsp5 mLdried sage
- 1/2 tsp2 mLgarlic powder
- 1/2 tsp2 mLcayenne pepper
- 2 Tbsp25 mLwater
- 3/4 cup175 mLdry bread crumbs
- 1 Tbsp15 mLbutter
- 1 tsp5 mLcanola oil
- 11lemon, optional
Combine flour and seasonings on a plate. In a shallow dish, beat egg with water. Place bread crumbs on a third plate. Dredge pork in flour; shake off excess. Dip in egg mixture, then coat with bread crumbs. If possible, allow to dry on cake cooling rack for up to 30 minutes to enhance crispness when cooked. Heat butter and oil over medium-high heat in a heavy skillet. Sauté pork until browned, about 1 1/2 minutes on each side. Remove and serve immediately with fresh lemon juice squeezed over (if desired).
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