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Golden Baked Pork Cutlets

September/October 2007

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These quick breaded pork cutlets made with just a few ingredients are so delicious everyone will be wishing they helped make them. Cutting the super-low-fat pork tenderloin into long fillets makes it quick-cooking. Serve with a medley of steamed vegetables and a side of mashed potatoes for a taste of nostalgia.



READER'S COMMENT:
"My husband and I both really enjoyed these. They are definitely going to stay on our menus. "
Golden Baked Pork Cutlets

14 Reviews for Golden Baked Pork Cutlets

08/21/2012
Anonymous
Quick, Easy, and Tasty!

Made this today and husband loved it. Substituted whole wheat flour in place of bread crumbs since we didn't have any. Also used garlic powder in place of onion powder--was still delicious! Will definitely be making this again. Served with a side of green beans and microwaved potatoe.

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05/16/2012
Anonymous
tasty!

I bought pork cutlets, but I didn't know how to cook them. This recipe was s great solution. My husband and I both enjoyed them, they were better than pork chops. I'm going to make these again!

easy, did not dry out the meat, quick
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04/24/2012
Anonymous
good

rip offff !!!

nothing
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01/11/2012
Anonymous
Miraculous! My incredibly picky kids ate it and asked for more!

My 6 & 8-yo boys will rarely eat anything other than steak, pizza, & frozen chicken nuggets & fish sticks despite my best efforts to introduce other foods. So imagine my delight and gratitude when they ate this and asked for more! I did it with boneless pork chops cut in half lengthwise to make thin, rather than tenderloin, and it was great. Done in 15 mins in a small toaster/convection oven. Crunchy and good!

Extremely easy, crunchy, picky kids liked it!
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10/14/2010
Anonymous

My husband and I both really enjoyed these. They are definitely going to stay on our menus.

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