Fried Porkchop

Who wants their fried pork chop a little salty? We do! In this recipe, we’ve marinated the pork chop in Datu Puti Patis and calamansi. We let them roll around the Golden Fiesta Big Crunch Breading Mix and fried them using the Golden Fiesta Oil. Don’t forget to serve this with rice and catsup to fill your family’s tummies for the rest of the day!

  • Required cooking skill level

    Intermediate
  • 2-5
    persons serving
  • 50
    minutes preparation time

INGREDIENTS

DIPPING SAUCE

Preparation

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    1Marinate pork in Datu Puti Patis, pepper, and calamansi for 5 minutes. Steam for 5 minutes then let stand to dry for 30 minutes.

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    2Coat each pork chop evenly with Golden Fiesta Big Crunch Breading Mix.

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    3Heat Golden Fiesta Oil in a pan, then fry pork chops until golden brown and crispy, about 5 minutes.

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    4Serve with Papa Banana Catsup.

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    1Marinate pork in Datu Puti Patis, pepper, and calamansi for 5 minutes. Steam for 5 minutes then let stand to dry for 30 minutes.

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    2Coat each pork chop evenly with Golden Fiesta Big Crunch Breading Mix.

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    3Heat Golden Fiesta Oil in a pan, then fry pork chops until golden brown and crispy, about 5 minutes.

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    4Serve with Papa Banana Catsup.

Looking for other Pinoy fried food to munch on? Feel free to follow our tokwang baboy and lechon kawali recipes. You can eat them on their own although nothing beats the experience of savoring them with rice on the side.