Prepare 10 pieces of meat. For this fried pork chops recipe, I’m using ½ inch thick slices of boneless pork loin.
Season each piece of the pork loin with salt and pepper.
Cover the meat with plastic wrap or bag and use a meat mallet to tenderize each piece.
Coat each piece with all purpose flour and set aside.
Beat 2-3 eggs in a bowl, season with salt, pepper and Italian herbs.
Prepare a deep baking dish and put the breadcrumbs into it, this will make the breading procedure easier.
Dip each piece of pork in the beaten eggs, then bread it with breadcrumbs properly.
Heat up pork lard or frying-suitable oil in a pan. Use enough to make sure each pork chop is more than halfway submerged in the oil.
Fry on medium high until the breading layer turns golden brown. Flip each piece twice to make sure they cook evenly. You will need about 5 minutes of frying per side in total.
Place the finished fried pork chops on a paper towel, to get rid of the excess fat.
Serve with rice or mashed potatoes and some pickles, vegetables or coleslaw salad.