Fried Maple Pork Chops

Fried Maple Pork Chops

Recipe courtesy of Georgia Hometown Cookbook.

by Sheila Simmons & Kent Whitaker

Maple syrup and pork chops are such a beautiful combination of sweet and savory. The crowd favorite heritage pork chops get just that much better with a touch of our Deep Mountain Maple Syrup. Enjoy!

Fried Maple Pork Chops Great American Publishers

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8 (¾-inch thick) pork chops

Maple Syrup

Black pepper

Paprika

All-purpose flour

Minced onion

Spread a very small amount of maple syrup over each pork chop. Sprinkle with salt, black pepper and paprika. Dredge lightly in flour and fry in a hot nonstick skillet using a small amount of oil. While cooking, add minced onion. Serve hot. You can substitute your favorite sauce, such as soy sauce or barbecue sauce for the maple syrup, if desired.

 

Georgia Hometown Cookbook

by Sheila Simmons & Kent Whitaker

Great American Publishers

www.GreatAmericanPublishers.com

1.888.854.5954

About leah eden

As a cultural anthropologist who has done a lot of research for the world's largest food companies, Leah knows that food matters. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Cultural Anthropology from Boston University then spent the next 8 years conducting research into how consumers think about health and food issues in American culture. In 2012, Leah said goodbye to Old Bay and hard-shell crabs in Baltimore, MD and moved to Brooklyn, NY to start her Master's degree in Food Studies at New York University.