Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Super Easy! Sweet Glazed Pork Cutlets!

Since eating Red Snapper the other night and enjoying the glaze they added to the fish I thought I'd try something similar topping our  pork cutlets with my version of the glaze.  It sure was easy and I didn't have to use many ingredients to make it sweet.  Some days things work out in my benefit and today is one of those days.  Enjoy!

I didn't have to go out to the grocery store to make this very tasty and very enjoyable dish.  I had the pork cutlets in the freezer( when I shop I usually buy a few extra meats to keep on hand for those days I don't feel like going out). Today was one of those days!!!! and I was able to  make my own glaze with ingredients I had handy in my pantry.  Enjoy!



Here is basically what you will  need and what you must do to make this easy peezy meal. You do not need any fancy BBQ  sauce.  The below basic ingredients you will be able to duplicate from your pantry.

Vanilla Pudding, sliced  bananas and graham crackers.  Easy too!


Happy Cooking from my kitchen to yours,


M.J.




Approximately 1 lb. boneless pork cutlets (tenderized)
cooking spray or olive oil
salt and pepper
1/2 cup ketchup
1 to 2  T brown sugar
1/2 tsp. garlic powder

Cooking over medium heat brown pork cutlets in olive oil with salt, pepper and a little garlic powder. Remove from stove.

In a small bowl, place ketchup, brown sugar and garlic powder.. Whisk well.  With a pastry brush  or small spoon turned over, lightly brush cutlets with ketchup mixture  Place in 350 degree oven.  Bake uncovered approximately 30 minutes or more basting every 10 minutes.

1/29/13
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