Prizewinning Plates: French Onion Pork Chops

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By The Paula Deen Test Kitchen

It just wouldn’t be the holidays without a show-stopping entrée to grace your table as you host and entertain your closest friends and family. Our latest recipe contest winner, Jamie, has fix that will set your taste buds alight!

Move aside holiday ham and roast! If you’re planning a New Year’s Eve party – or even if you just want to bump up your family dinners – try this four ingredient fix: French Onion Pork Chops. The secret ingredient? French onion soup mix, which you probably already have at home!

Happy New Year to everyone!

French Onion Pork Chops

Ingredients
4 boneless pork chops
2 packs of french onion soup mix
1/2 cup breadcrumbs
2 eggs

Directions
Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.

In one pan, crack the egg and beat it. In another mix together the breadcrumbs and soup mix.

Coat the pork chops with the beaten egg, and then with the breadcrumb mixture; take care to coat both sides.

Place pork chops on a baking sheet and bake for 20 minutes, flipping after 10 minutes.

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I am probably the only one who actually made this dish by looking at the other comments. I thought it was so so. Not a 5 and not a 1 so I'll stick in the middle with 3 stars. I love French onion soup, but this was a little too much for my taste. I don't mean to be rude, but it makes it hard for others to get a good review of the dish when people rate the recipe a 5 and only have questions or comments like "I can make sauerkraut". If the web masters are reading this perhaps they can change the rating box to reflect it for just those having comments/questions and not force a person to actually have to make a rating based solely on only having a question or comment. For those wondering about the brand of soup I used Leonard Mountain French Onion Soup Mix.

By Nana on November 06, 2013

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love the site,love the food!from one ga. peach to another,thank you!

By becky lane jones on March 05, 2013

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pork chops

By Terri on January 05, 2013

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This looks so good!! I have two questions, though. The dry soup mix--are we talking about, say, Knorr French Onion Soup Mix, or the good old Lipton Onion Soup Mix? Also, are the bread crumbs fresh, or just dried? Would appreciate some help on this, because I'd love to make it. Thanks in advance for your help!

By dee on January 02, 2013

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I kown how to make sauerkraut .

By Donna marie Eichhorn on December 30, 2012

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Is this lipton onion soup mix? Or is there another one that is actually called french onion soup mix? I know Knorr used to make it...

By Dee on December 28, 2012

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Looks like something we would all like. If you have left over onion rings from fixing green bean casserole, crush the onions and use them in place of onion soup & bread crumds. Sounds delicious to me.

By Candace & Terry on December 28, 2012

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hi! wink i was wondering if you could share the recipe for the chiken/grape salad-the one that is pictured on the croissant above? thanks! wink sandra
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