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Cheddar Crusted Sheet Pan Pork Chops are a divine, kind of fancy, but still easy meal that is great for Sunday dinner! Pork chops are crusted in panko and cheddar cheese and baked in the oven alongside Brussel sprouts and potatoes for a complete sheet pan dinner. Try it for your next family gathering.
The best part about sheet pan dinners is I don’t have to dirty a million different pots and pans. I love that I can throw it all in one pan and be done with it. These Sheet Pan Pork Chops take a little bit of prep work, but the cooking and cleanup is a breeze!
How to Make Sheet Pan Pork Chops
First, you’ll make a milk and egg mixture and a panko and cheese mixture to dip your pork chops in (I like to use these glass bowls for things like this). One by one, coat each pork chop in the eggs and then the panko. Lay them on your greased sheet pan.
Next, chop up your veggies, toss them with a little oil and salt and pepper, and add them around the pork chops on your sheet pan. Bake for about half an hour, flipping the chops and stirring the veggies halfway through. Cook until the pork chops are done all the way. You can test them with a meat thermometer, and once they’ve reached 145 F internally, they’re done.
I love to use these sheet pans for all of my sheet pan meals. They’re great quality and cooking things super evenly.
How to Trim and Clean Brussel Sprouts
If you’ve never made Brussel sprouts at home before, you might be a little confused about what to do with a bunch of little tiny cabbages! Brussel sprouts are actually very simple to make if you know how to prepare them correctly.
First, wash your sprouts with cold water to remove any dirt. Pull off any leaves with lots of black spots (a couple won’t hurt). Then, with a small knife, trim the stems and cut them in half lengthwise. They should look like little brains cut in half. Leave them in halves. Now season and bake accordingly!
Easy Sheet Pan Dinners
Here are a few more easy sheet pan meals if you’re looking for more quick and easy dinners. Try them out and let me know what you think!
Sheet Pan Sweet and Sour Meatballs with Vegetables
Sheet Pan BBQ Chicken with Corn and Potato Wedges
In the video of the pork chops you use regular bread crumbs in the recipe you use panko, which one do you use?