Thursday, November 18, 2010

What's for Dinner? Caesar Pork Steaks (Chops)

I realize this a bit nontraditional but trust me when I say it's good. It's a fun change to your typical pork chop or pork steak. 

Here's what you need:
Pork Chops or Pork Steaks
Caesar Dressing (I like Kraft)
Parmesan Cheese (not pictured)

Put about 1/4 cup flour in a wide, flat dish.  Dredge your pork chops or pork steaks in the flour, both sides.

Move the pork steak to another dish and cover with a thin layer of Caesar dressing.

I use a brush to evenly spread the dressing over the pork steak, cover both sides and the edges.

Place the pork steaks in a baking dish and sprinkle with shredded Parmesan cheese.  If you are me, this is the point where you frantically look around the house for the Parmesan cheese you just picked up at Super Target.  You can't find it anywhere.  Then you remember the bag of Christmas presents you already hid in the back of the closet and realize it's in there.  Thankfully you have only been home from Target for 15 minutes so the cheese is fine.  The next morning when you are in a rush to get your kid to school and cannot find your wallet, you realize it's in that same bag in the closet and you have to shake a 5 year old from your side to sneak back into that closet, into that tightly tied bag, before she notices what you are up too. 

Oh, sorry.  Where were we?  Oh, yes. Pork Steaks.

Ok, so you have them covered in the cheese, now bake in a 350 degree oven for about 40 minutes or until cooked through.

Now, try to tell me that does not look so very yummy!  Try it next time you make pork chops or pork steaks.  Please promise me.  Then come back here and tell me what how much you loved them!


Window On The Prairie said...

I must say I'm intrigued, and always looking for a new way to cook pork. So I'll give it a try. Thanks for sharing.

Jessica Kuykendall said...

So I tried this tonight for supper but instead of pork I used chicken and bacon caesar dressing. It was wonderful. Even the most pickest eater(Jordan and Austin)in the house ate it. Paired it with your baked potatoes and some corn, it turned out to be a good meal for us all

Kara said...

Jess - That's awesome! I know you live in a picky house :)