Lemon Parmesan Pork Chops

Lemon Parmesan Pork Chops

 Looking for an excellent side dish for Saturday afternoon? Here I would like to introduce one of the time consuming cast iron steak recipes for you, the lemon Parmesan pork chops. It is really simple to make and it just costs you a few minutes to cook. But its result is wonderful. The outside of the chops is crispy and the inside is tender enough. The well-cooked poke aromas with the fresh lemon fragrance will make people hungry, at least me. 

I am a huge fan of meat. From beef to limb, from frying to roasting, I have tried so many different methods to make the meat look perfect and taste interesting. But when asked what is my favorite dish I have made. I would like to say pork chops, since it is the first one I have learned from my mom. When I was young, I always asked my mom to make pork chops for me and I would never forget how happy we were in the kitchen during those days. The joy not only came from the flavor of the Parmesan poke chops, also from the love between my mom and me.

There are many different kinds of pork chops recipes because it is not a difficult dish to make. The ingredients are easy to gain in anyone’s kitchen and the steps are simple enough. But in my opinion, it is difficult to make the easy dish taste fantasy. Since I have experienced so many dishes of pork chops, I recommend you the best one of the Cast iron steak recipes I have made. It is lemon Parmesan poke chops. The flavor of lemon zest makes these chops really special, let alone the meat was very tender, the panko bread crumbswere crunchy and flavorful. This poke chops will satisfy your appetite I promise. Here is what you need and how to make it.


Best Lemon Parmesan Pork Chops Recipe


  1. 2 large eggs
  2. 1 cup panko bread crumbs
  3. 3/4 cups grated Parmesan cheese
  4. Zest of 1 lemon
  5. 4-6 boneless thin cut pork loin chops
  6. Salt and freshly ground black pepper
  7. 6 teaspoon olive oil
  8. lemon wedges for serving


  1. Prepare 3 pie plates. One for whisking the eggs and one for placing the bread crumbs.Then use the third pie plate for placing the cheese and lemon zest.
  2. Sprinkle the pork chops casually with salt and pepper. Then coat the chops completely with cheese and lemon mixture, patting to adhere.
  3. Dip the chops into the eggs, then coat completely with the panko bread crumbs, patting to adhere.
  4. Heat up 3-6 tablespoons of olive oil in acast iron skillet over medium heat. Then add pork chops and cook about 6 minutes on each side until the surfaceturns into golden brown and slightly crispy. And the temperature reaches 150 degrees in the center of the meat.
  5. Serve with lemon wedges. Squeeze lemon juice over top of chops and enjoy it!


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As you can see, it is the easiest way to make the best poke chops. The final step actually is optional for you. But adding the juice will make the chops incredibly refreshing and I suggest you squeeze some lemon juice on them. When this dish is finished, all you have to do is to bite and chew. Soft poke covered crispy coat must be the dream food for everyone! Children will ask you to make this kind of chops all the time after you make once. Also you can cook this lovely light food when families gather together since making this dish will not cost so much time and can save your energy to talk with others. Tasty and time consuming dish sounds really great. So what will you make for your home party next time?

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