Czech Fried Pork Chops – Vepřové Kotlety Smažené

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Czech Fried Pork Chops – Vepřové Kotlety Smažené

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This is my mom’s Czech fried pork chop recipe – Vepřové Kotlety Smažené .  This is one of the first real meals that my mom taught me to cook and I remember being in charge of the pork chops for dinner many times.  These fried pork chops were always served with our Christmas Eve dinner, along with fried carp, ham, and occasionally roasted duck.

4 boneless center cut pork chops (rinsed)
all purpose seasoning
all purpose flour
2 or 3 eggs
splash of milk
bread crumbs
oil for frying

  1. Place oil in a frying pan and warm over low-medium heat.  You only want enough oil to cover one side of the pork chop.
  2. Rinse and pat dry 4 boneless center cut pork chops.  You can use any type of pork chop you prefer.  Over the years, I just prefer this variety.

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  3. Pound each pork chop with a meat tenderizer.  I cover each piece with plastic wrap prior to this step.  It helps reduce splattering.

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  4. Set up your dipping stations using three shallow dishes.  Place flour in one dish, eggs (typically 2-3) whisked with milk in the second dish, and plain bread crumbs in the third dish.

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  5. Season each side of the pork chop.
  6. Dip one pork chop in flour, then in the egg/milk mixture, and finally in the bread crumbs.  Shake off excess bread crumbs.
  7. Fry each side for 4-5 minutes.
  8. Drain on a paper towel.
  9. This recipe is for a typical family meal.  At Christmas, we fry many more than 4 chops!