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How to cook thin bone-in pork chops not on the grill?

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How to cook thin bone-in pork chops not on the grill?

c oliver | Feb 17, 2009 07:46 AM

We're using a friend's place and I'm trying to avoid "befouling" their grill and then having to clean it before we leave. I bought some thin bone-in pork chops the other day and normally would have rubbed with oil, seasoned and thrown on the grill for a few minutes. Not sure what to do with these. I've had chops like this for breakfast at restaurants where it appeared that they had a thin flour coating and were pan-fried. I could also do, I suppose, some type of something in the oven. Could I possibly be more vague??? Any suggestions would be appreciated. These really need to be cooked tonight as they've been languishing in the fridge while I've pondered this for a few days. Thanks all.
Edit: I'll add that I do have a bag of panko bread crumbs.

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