A couple of weeks ago, I was looking for a new pork recipe. Lately, I've been turning to The Pioneer Woman's Tasty Kitchen. There are so many good recipe finds there. As I was searching "pork", Szriskes came up. Szriskes are the Czech version of Wiener Schnitzel. Basically, this is a breaded and fried pork chop.
Let's get started!
You'll need pork (I used boneless chops), eggs with a little beer or apple juice added, flour seasoned with salt and pepper, and bread crumbs seasoned how you like them. I used dried parsley, thyme, and basil. A side note: three eggs was way too much. I would start out with just two and add another if you absolutely need it.
Add a little oil to your skillet and turn on to medium-high heat.
Dip the chops into the flour...
Then the egg...
And finally, the bread crumbs.
Fry 'em up until the meat is cooked through!
Golden brown and delicious!
I decided to take this a step further and make gravy! Read on.
I added a bunch of thin-sliced onions to the pan and cooked them until they were nice and tender.
I then added some flour to soak up all of the grease and then added three cups of beef broth. Stirring constantly until you have a nice smooth gravy. Well, except for there will be onions in there!
I served the pork on top of a scoop of brown rice with the gravy smothering both. We also had cheesy broccoli from the garden.
This was really delicious! We will definitely be having Szriskes again!