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.

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

12 Reviews for Golden Baked Pork Cutlets

Nix Sugar; Use Olive not Canola

The basic method here is worth following: a baked pork cutlet. Simple and preferable for those who avoid fried foods whenever possible.

I eliminated the sugar (I don't want it sweet) and used the immeasurably superior olive oil rather than that scourge of fields, kitchens, and western cuisine, the foul and reprehensible canola oil.

The cutlets turned out very nice. Mine were quite thin, my oven runs a little hot, and still I added a few minutes, so take that into consideration with your timing.

Served with fresh pasta and hot prepared red cabbage, it was a Bavarianesque meal.

The family loved it.

Baking > Frying
Just say No-la

I made this exactly like it said and it was way to sweet. Could not even force it down. The bright side my dogs loved them and were very happy.

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Anonymous wrote 1 year 5 weeks ago

Watch it! The onion powder is

Watch it! The onion powder is very poisonous for dogs!

Loved this recipe!!

Made this tonight and used pork chops (bone-in) but it was awesome! Definitely will make again because it was sooooo easy!! You could spice it up if you want but it was tasty as listed. I just used plain bread crumbs as that was all I had and it was great. I used 5 big pork chops so doubled the recipe except for the egg whites and it was fine. Probably would have been fine w/o doubling the cornstarch too. Really enjoyed the recipe!!!

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.


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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