These tender fried and breaded pork chops go by many names. In Germany they are referred to as Schnitzel and in Japan they are known as Tonkastu. However you decide to top them, they are so delicious!
On this particular day I took the more Italian route for dinner and added a simple topping of minced parsley, lemon juice and lemon zest.
A side of lightly dressed garlicky noodles and green salad was all we really needed to bring this meal together but we couldn't resist some lovely freshly grated Parmesan cheese to top it all off.
At our house, we call this "The pork that Hanna like's". When my daughter was much younger, she seemed to have an issue every time I served pork. She'd say, "I like pork! Just not this pork..."
Then one day we finally discovered that this was THE recipe.
"The pork that Hanna likes."