Sauteed Boneless Pork Chops are quick and easy when you only have a short time to pull dinner together. They taste great and stay juicy. Kids love them also.
- Boneless Pork Chops or Cutlets
- Whole Wheat Flour ( 1-1/2 Cups)
- Granulated Garlic
- Fresh Ground Pepper
- Olive Oil
- Large Skillet
Pour flour into shallow dish to use for dredging.
Take the boneless pork chops and place on cutting board, cover with plastic wrap and pound to flatten evenly.
Coat pan with Olive Oil enough to cover bottom, heat pan to med high.
Season both sides of pork with Garlic, Salt and Pepper. Dredge in flour and coat both sides.
Place in heated pan leaving a space in between each chop (do not over crowd the pan).
Saute for about four minutes depending on the thickness turn when just browned, cook on second side for the same time. Remove to paper towel covered plate, place in warm oven while you finish cooking the rest of the chops.
Serve with my Sauteed Peas Side Dish. Click link for recipe: