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Pork Fries

Rated as 4.73 out of 5 Stars

"Thin strips of seasoned pork tenderloin with a panko crust are fried up, crisp and delicious, and served with your favorite dipping sauces."
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Ingredients

37 m servings 458
Original recipe yields 4 servings

Directions

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  1. Remove tenderloin from packaging and place on cutting board; cut into 3 equal length sections, each about 3 inches long. Slice each section into 1/4- to 1/2-inch diameter strips. You will end up with approximately 34 strips that are similar in size and shape to French fries.
  2. Place eggs, breadcrumbs and flour into separate bowls. Dredge pork strips in flour, coat with beaten egg, and toss in breadcrumbs.
  3. Pour oil into large skillet until 1/4 inch deep; heat over medium-high until breadcrumb dropped in oil sizzles. Gently place approximately 8 breaded pork strips into oil, making sure not to overcrowd them. Fry approximately 1 1/2 minutes per side until golden brown, crisp, and internal temperature of pork is at least 150 degrees F.; drain on paper towels. Repeat until all pork strips are fried. Note that stove temperature may need to be reduced to prevent burning when the oil level lowers after a few batches.
  4. Serve with BBQ sauce, sriracha mayonnaise, or ranch dressing for dipping.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 458 calories; 12.3 62.4 37.4 251 596 Full nutrition

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I followed this recipe until cooking. I baked them at 450 for 10-15 minutes. Still came out crunch and fry like. All my family loved them!!!! Baking it is a good alternative for a healthier meal.

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These were good, and the family enjoyed them, but not as much as I had hoped. The flavor is good, and I baked some and fried some to see which method was better. Frying makes them crispier, bu...

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I followed this recipe until cooking. I baked them at 450 for 10-15 minutes. Still came out crunch and fry like. All my family loved them!!!! Baking it is a good alternative for a healthier meal.

I used pork chops cut into strips and then added salt, pepper, and a little garlic powder to the flour mixture. My family loved this dish!

I made this dish up for my granddaughters (13 and 7) who practically inhaled them! I used half a garlic and herb tenderloin that I had left from the Indonesian Pork Noodle Bowl, and because I d...

These were good, and the family enjoyed them, but not as much as I had hoped. The flavor is good, and I baked some and fried some to see which method was better. Frying makes them crispier, bu...

tweaked recipe but still food nonetheless. I assume this dish would be great following recipe exact. 4 eggs does seem but much tho, I used 1.

Like chicken fingers. Kids loved it. Not too difficult but takes a long time to fry them if you make a lot. I'll try baking them next time.

My family loved, loved, loved these pork fries. I used a plain pork loin and marinated it in a garlic - peppercorn marinade for twenty minutes squeezing off the excess before placing in the flou...

I'm still new at cooking food for others so when I started out I messed up the first few fries haha but once I had the oil temp right the fries turned out great! Add a few types of BBQ sauce and...

Turned out great. The whole family ate them up.