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pan fried soy sauce pork chops February 11, 2008

Posted by hapafood in asian food, pork.

this recipe is from my grandma, and one of my dad’s favorites. i actually haven’t made this recipe until this past friday when we had some friends over for dinner. they really enjoyed the chops, so i figured i should post the recipe. 🙂

serves 4

8 thin cut boneless pork loin chops
1/3 C soy sauce
1/8 C sugar
3 cloves garlic, smashed
1 egg

  1. combine soy sauce, sugar, and garlic in a bowl. add the pork. let the meat marinate for at least 15 minutes, preferably 1 hour.
  2. crack the egg into the bowl. mix the pork, marinade, and egg until pork is well coated.
  3. add enough flour to the bowl until each pork chop is covered in a light thin paste coating.
  4. heat a skillet on medium-low to medium heat. add enough oil to coat the bottom of the pan. fry each chop until golden brown on each side.


1. gardengeekette - February 11, 2008

yum, yum, YUM!
Thanks so much for the recipe. and thanks so much for sharing dinner & games with us the other night! we had a great time.

2. Ramona - February 11, 2008

no problem! 🙂 you might use a more/less sugar/soy sauce depending on your taste and the brand of soy sauce. 🙂

3. gardengeekette - February 19, 2008

we made your recipe tonight– boy was it good!! thanks again 🙂 it’s definitely going on the “favorite meals” list!

4. hapafood - March 22, 2008

aww thanks. i’m glad it turned out well. i’m always worried that the recipes that i make by taste and then make myself measure out an exact recipe for will turn out bad. 😛

5. Babba - March 12, 2009

Great recipe, chops were always dry before but this really kept them moist and gave them a boost of flavours, cheers

6. Deb - June 16, 2014

About how long on each side for thin boneless chops?

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