So many readers have sent thanks for this recipe and shared it with their friends, declaring that it had become a new favourite in their family and had become a permanent fixture in their dinner planning menus.
Many readers also shared that they had tried this recipe with chicken breasts as well, as we often do in my family and on the occasion of the one year anniversary of the recipe’s publication, we decided to prepare the chicken version and snap a new photo for the blog.
Because the chicken breasts are pounded out to a 1/2 inch thickness, they fry up even faster than the pork chops while still providing a juicy chicken interior and a super crunchy exterior that has been such a big reason for this recipe’s popularity. A quick dip in the easily prepared honey garlic sauce adds a sweet and slightly salty finish that everyone just loves.
We served ours with some Chinese egg noodles, lightly tossed in the same sauce, with a few sautéed vegetables on the side for what our entire family agreed was one of the most satisfying and delicious meals imaginable in under 30 minutes. Workday dinners just don’t get better than this.
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