Saturday, January 17, 2009

Italian Pork Chops

A light, different way to have pork chops!

Italian Pork Chops - Rebecca Gannon

1 T mustard (we like spicy brown)
1 T olive oil
1/2 tsp. Italian seasoning
4 pork chops
shredded mozzarella cheese

Mix together mustard, olive oil, and Italian seasoning. Coat the pork chops with mixture. Place in a greased 9x13 pan or on a cookie sheet. Bake at 400 for 20-25 minutes. Add shredded cheese to the top of the pork chop and cook an additional 5-15 minutes. Enjoy!


  1. I'll have to try this the next time we have chops.

  2. Made this for dinner tonight. Hubby doesn't normally like pork chops, he raved about these and my kids said that I could make these anytime. Will keep this in recipe file and remake many times. Thank you.

  3. Made this for dinner tonight. The results were mixed....3 out 7 enjoyed them very much while the rest of them would have preferred that I just make them "plain old pork chops". So with those results they will not be going on our meal rotation list.

    Thanks for sharing the recipe!

    *off to browse more of your recipes to find something else to try on the family!* :)

  4. those porkchops look delish!!! i think they'll me on my menu next week! :)

  5. Looks delicious, I'm going to give this a try!

  6. Wow! Lots of yummy looking things. I always have trouble with pork chops. I printed yours off. It looks yummy and it's gluten free!

  7. I had my parents over today and tried these porrk chops for the first time. It was a big hit. I actually fried a few pork chops in case they didn't like them. By the end of the meal, I wished I had fixed them all with this recipe. Is definitely a keeper.

  8. Great recipe. Is definitely a keeper.

  9. The first time I made it, I thought it lacked flavor. I changed some things and it became the best porkchops I ever had! I doubled all the ingredients, except the cheese....minced about 4 cloves of garlic...added a little parsley flakes...marinated for 24 hours and WOW!!!!

    1. Thanks for this feedback! I used thin-cut pork chops - so, if yours were the normal cut, I can see how doubling the ingredients would make for a big improvement! I'll have to try that next time.

  10. I adore dishes like this! Colorful and vibrant and so full of lovely Italian flavors.


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