1. Trim chops and brush over to coat with the tomato paste.
2.Mix the Parmesan cheese with the bread crumbs.
3.Pat the bread crumbs onto the chops.
4.Pan fry the chops in a skillet to brown on both sides. (I used ¼ cup extra virgin olive oil in the skillet.)
5.Place the chops in a covered casserole and add a small amount of water to prevent them from sticking to the dish. Bake for 1 hour at 350 degrees. (I did not add the water to the casserole; instead, I sprayed the dish with cooking oil spray. Also, I only baked the pork chops for 50 minutes.)
6.Serve with a sauce made by thickening 2 cups of chicken stock with 2 ½ tablespoons flour which has been smoothed to a paste with some of the cold stock. Cook for 5 minutes. Add ¾ cup of cut mushrooms to the finished sauce.
Alone at home but craving for a fancy supper? Then this delicious pork chops will make for a comforting meal. Amazingly flavorful and extremely simple, Betty’s version of pork chops is a no-fuss, one-skillet dinner recipe that can be prepared in minutes. It’s so lip-smacking that you might just want it to carry for lunch the next day. Watch this video to learn more on how to whip up this totally delish pork treat.