Ranch Crusted Pork Chops

Published September 7, 2012 by thepinkgourmet

This is a really easy Pork Chop recipe to make. It also requires very few ingredients.  The ranch dressing makes these pork chops moist.  The longest part of the recipe is the cooking time.

Ranch Crusted Pork Chops


1. Ranch Dressing In A Bottle.

2. 3 Cups Fine Dry Italian Bread Crumbs.

3. 1 Small Package Dry Italian Dressing Mix.

4. 2 Tablespoons Fresh Grated Parmesan Cheese.

5. 1 Tablespoon Dry Powdered Garlic.

6. 6 Large Loin Pork Chops.

You will want to mix ingredients 2 – 5 in a large bowl and mix together very well. Now pour a layer of ranch dressing out into a plate. Take one pork chop at a time and coat it on the plate with ranch dressing and then put the pork chop with the ranch dressing on it into the large bowl with the bread crumbs and coat it well on all sides. Add more ranch dressing to the plate if you need to.

Have your tin foil lined baking pan setting there ready. Spray the tinfoil with vegetable cooking spray. Place your breaded pork chops onto the tinfoil covered pan and once you have all your pork chops on the pan place it into the oven and bake for 45 minutes or until the thick part of your pork chops reach an internal temperature of 160 degrees. As soon as your pork chops are done remove from the pan and serve as soon as possible.

The first thing you want to do is mix your bread crumbs, dry Italian dressing mix, Parmesan cheese, and garlic powder in a bowl.

Next put some ranch salad dressing on a plate.

Get your pork chops ready to go into the ranch dressing.

Dip your pork  chops into the dressing mix.  Make sure to coat well.

Then put your pork chops into the bread crumb mixture and make sure to cover all sides of them.

When your pork chops are well coated with the bread crumb mixture place them on a foil lined  pan sprayed with a non- stick cooking spray or on top of a rack sprayed with a non -stick cooking spray. (I used the rack so they would not get soggy.  You need to bake these for about 30-40 minutes.  Do not over cook them or they will be tough…

This is what the pork chops look  like when they are done.  You can see the chop is not soggy…

I served my pork chop with carrots.  It turned out to be a nice combination.  I liked the flavor of the pork chop. And you can see how easy to make they were.

I give this recipe   out of 4!!!!


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