Because it is Lent, my meal plans have had to adjust accordingly. Pat informed me this morning that he does not like stuffed shells without a meat sauce, so now that meal is out on Fridays now too. Tonight Pat requested pizza, and I really wanted to make my homemade dough again. It has been ages since I made the dough. I love homemade pizza, and that is thanks to my mother who always made delicious homemade pizzas while I was growing up. So my dough is currently on the rise, and I cannot wait until tonight.
Tomorrow we are having inside out cheeseburgers. You put the cheese inside the burger instead of on top.
Last night I made some pretty good Buttery Pork Chops. Here is how you make them:
Season pork chops as you wish with salt and pepper.
Coat chops in flour.
Dunk chops in a milk and egg mixture.
Place the chops in a baggie with crushed Ritz crackers (and a little garlic salt and pepper if you like) to coat with crumb mixture. I used honey butter flavored crackers and they were very yummy.
Place chops in a casserole dish and place some pats of butter around the chops.
Cover and cook at 375 for 40 minutes.
They were very rich, but since I really do like butter that was a good thing. The only warning I will give though is that the cracker coating is a little soggy with this recipe as opposed to crunchy, but I rather enjoyed them.