Let me explain.
THIS IS NOT A TOOL OF SELF DEFENSE
THIS IS NOT A HOME ON THE RANGE PORK CHOP.
I rest my case.
Cornflake Coated Pork Chops
In a shallow pan whisk two eggs with a couple of tablespoons of milk.
In a food processor or heavy duty blender place:
5 cups corn flakes
2 teaspoons lemon pepper
Six shakes of a small jar of crushed red pepper
1 teaspoon Penzey's Roasted Garlic powder (or your favorite brand)
Dash of salt
Pulse until you've got a mixture of fairly fine crumbs (not dust) with some bigger flakes mixed in.
Dip 3-4 thick cut bone-in cut pork chops in egg mixture and coat with crumbs. (Use 4-6 if you're using thin cut chops.)
Bake in 350 F. oven for 30 minutes for thin cut and up to 50 minutes for thick cut. Use a thermometer to check internal temperature. I cook to 150 F, then let them rest about 8-10 minutes while the potatoes were whipped up. These were thick cut, bone in, and took 47 minutes.
On serving, cut a lemon in half and squeeze over pork chops (just a few drops on each for flavor, otherwise it will be soggy.)
Serve with lemon wedges, garlic mashed potatoes and vegetable.