By Eddy − On Thursday, March 23, 2017, 7 years ago in Pork Recipes
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Portuguese Papo Seco Stuffed Pork Chops Recipe


You will never fry pork chops again once you try this recipe because they come out moist and very flavorful.
Portuguese Papo Seco Stuffed Pork Chops Recipe


Preparation time 15 min
Cooking Time 55 min
Ready In1 h 10 min
Level of DifficultyEasy
Servings4

Ingredients

6 pork chops (1 inch thick)2 teaspoons of salt1 teaspoon of pepper1 teaspoon of garlic powder2 teaspoons of paprika2 eggs (beaten)2 cups of seasoned bread crumbsStuffing:3 Papo Seco rolls (cut into cubes)1 tablespoon olive oil1 tablespoon butter or margarine1 small onion (diced)1 small celery stalk2 cups of chicken broth (or 1 chicken bouillon with 2 cups of hot water)1 tablespoon of parsley (chopped)1/2 teaspoon of dried thyme1 cup cooked corn
6 pork chops (1 inch thick)2 teaspoons of salt1 teaspoon of pepper1 teaspoon of garlic powder2 teaspoons of paprika2 eggs (beaten)2 cups of seasoned bread crumbsStuffing:3 Papo Seco rolls (cut into cubes)1 tablespoon olive oil1 tablespoon butter or margarine1 small onion (diced)1 small celery stalk2 cups of chicken broth (or 1 chicken bouillon with 2 cups of hot water)1 tablespoon of parsley (chopped)1/2 teaspoon of dried thyme1 cup cooked corn
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Instructions

  • Cut a slit into each pork chop for stuffing. Season with the spices and set aside while you make the stuffing.
  • Prepare stuffing by sauteing the onion and celery in the butter and oil for about 3 minutes until cooked. Add the bread and the rest of the stuffing ingredients except corn and mix well with a fork until the bread is soft and it has absorbed the broth. Add the corn and mix well. If you find the stuffing too wet add more bread, or add more broth if too dry.
  • Place the beaten eggs and bread crumbs into 2 separate bowls big enough to hold the pork chops for dredging.
  • Stuff the pork chops with about 2 or 3 tablespoons of stuffing and secure with 2 toothpicks. Coat chops with the egg on both sides, then dredge into the bread crumbs.
  • Place on greased cooking tray and spray the tops with a coating of cooking spray.
  • Cook at 350 degrees F for about 45 minutes or until golden brown and temperature reaches 165 degrees.
Recipe & Photo Credit: Tia Maria's Blog, portuguesediner.com/tiamaria

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