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I did make a slight change.. but I do this for all my recipes which call for bread crumbs. I crush butter/garlic croutons insteadl. I have made this several times and it has always been a really big hit. I will definitely be making this again!
My hubby said out of all my pork chop recipes I have made so far, he likes this one the best! I didn't think it would taste flavorful because it just calls for parm cheese and Cajun. Holy smokes, did it pack a punch! So yummy!
I made this with a little twist. I didn't have enough Parmesan so I made my version of shake and bake with fresh bread crumbs and mixed what parm I had with that. Everything else remained the same. This was DELICIOUS! The whole family raved!!!
Very good and easy will do this again! My man who is a professional chef ate every bite and loved it. I added some bread crumbs and garlic powder to the parm. Next time I will cut the red pepper in half because it was a bit overwhelming to the other flavors. Sauteed mushrooms onions and asparagus with fresh garlic and Yammi Sauce complimented the pork chops perfectly.
I followed the recipe as written, but did not consider that the flavor might be too overpowering for thin chops. I ended up scraping the breading off one side just to make them edible. It was so fast and easy that I'll definitely try again, but next time I'll try it with thicker chops. If the recipe had mentioned a thickness or weight, then I must've missed it.