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Stuffing Coated Pork Chops

These Stuffing Coated Pork Chops are my favorite way to eat pork chops this time of year. As Thanksgiving approaches, I crave the taste of my favorite Thanksgiving food, stuffing.

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Stuffing Coated Pork Chops in baking dish.

These boneless pork chops are coated in egg and then a nice thick coating of Stovetop Stuffing Mix. You can use any flavor of Stovetop: chicken, pork, or turkey.

They are baked in the oven in a baking dish coated with melted butter until golden and crispy and a little crunchy. The stuffing mix already has tons of seasonings so these pork chops are really full of flavor.

The finished pork chops in baking pan.

How Long To Bake Pork Chops

Cooking time will vary based on the thickness and size of your pork chops. Ten to 12 minutes per side should be good for medium-thickness pork chops. If pork chops are bone-in, they take slightly longer to cook. For best results, use an instant read thermometer. Pork chops are done when they reach an internal temperature of 145 degrees F. Overcooked pork chops are dry and chewy so be careful not to overcook them.

Recipe Tip

You can use the stuffing mix as is, which is what I did, or grind it in the food processor to break it up some, or place it in a plastic storage bag and crush it with a rolling pin.

I like to serve these Stuffing coated Pork Chops with mashed potatoes and green beans and make a little country gravy to pour over the pork chops.

Stuffing Coated Pork Chops in baking dish.

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Stuffing Coated Pork Chops

Stuffing Coated Pork Chops are coated in Stovetop Stuffing and baked until crispy.
PREP: 10 mins
COOK: 20 mins
TOTAL: 30 mins
SERVINGS: 6 servings


  • 6 boneless pork chops
  • salt and pepper
  • 1/2 cup flour
  • 1 egg
  • 2 tablespoons milk
  • 1 box Stovetop Stuffing (pork chicken, or turkey flavor)
  • 3 tablespoons butter melted


  • Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
  • Lightly season pork chops with salt and pepper.
  • Place flour on a plate.
  • Whisk together egg and milk in a bowl.
  • Place stuffing mix on a plate.
  • Coat each pork chop in flour, dip in egg mixture, and press both sides into stuffing mix, coating as well as possible.
  • Pour melted butter into a 9×13-inch baking pan. Add pork chops to pan.
  • Place in oven and bake 10 to 12 minutes. Flip pork chops over and continue to bake another 10 to 12 minutes.


Note: I used pork chops with a medium thickness. If your pork chops are thick, increase the cooking time.
You can use bone-in pork chops. They will take slightly longer to cook.


Calories: 216kcal
Author: Christin Mahrlig
Course: Dinner, Main Course
Cuisine: American
Keyword: pork

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Originally posted October 17, 2016.

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25 thoughts on “Stuffing Coated Pork Chops”

  1. Did you just use the stuffing from the box of Stove Top? What about the seasoning package that comes with it? Is that used as well?

  2. My mother used to make us this back in the 50’s and 60’s and it is the same recipe . These are really good and great with biscuits AND GRAVY .

  3. This is a keeper for sure! Shout out to the person who suggested bacon grease…oh my goodness! They were so flavorful they didn’t even need gravy. Served it with a side of green beans and Creamy Garlic Shells recipe from Iowa Girl Eats. Made for an awesome Sunday dinner. My chops needed a little longer cooking time than the recipe stated, but they were also pretty cold right out of the fridge. Next time I’ll let them sit on the counter to take the chill off while I’m prepping all the ingredients.

  4. I’m new to cooking sorry if this is a dumb question but should I thaw my frozen pork chops first or can they go straight from freezer to pan?

  5. I have been doing this for years, but I use Pepperidge Farm cornbread stuffing and substitute bacon grease for the egg to dip them in! You are right; it is absolutely delicious!

  6. What a great idea. What not to love with this recipe.
    Thank you for knocking me on the head!

  7. Not only was that easy but the taste was fantastic! At only 216 calories, I’ll be eating lots of these.

  8. I have made this twice now and who would have thought this very simple idea would be absolutelyy delicious! In my rotation now! Thank you.

  9. This recipe is so simple, yet one of the absolute best and tasty pork chop recipe’s ever! The family loved it! THANX!

  10. Gayle @ Pumpkin 'N Spice

    Oh this is such a great idea, Christin! I’ve never thought to coat meat with stuffing before, so I can only imagine how delicious this must taste. Perfect for the holidays!

  11. I love this flavor for pork chops too. I made some pork chops this weekend and put a slit in them and stuffed them…going to give these a try!

  12. I’m loving the idea of using stuffing as a coating like this! What a great idea. And this helps me satisfy my obsession for stuffing when it’s not Thanksgiving. ?

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