IN THE KITCHEN: Pork with Fried Onions

by | In the Kitchen, Lifestyle

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Pork, smothered with sour cream, garlic, and Dijon mustard.

Topped with fried onions – Delicious, easy, and unique! You will never serve a plain pork chop again!

Do you have a frustrated husband, hyper child, or Grandchild?

Have them pound the meat down. If you must cook every night – make it fun and easy. The worst thing that can happen is you don’t like it or make it again!


4 Boneless pork

1 Cup of sour cream

¼ Cup of Dijon Mustard

1 Tablespoon of black garlic salt or fresh garlic chopped finely.

1 teaspoon of ginger powder or fresh. Ginger is so good for us and adds that     extra surprise kick to any meal.

Salt and pepper to taste.

Mix it all together and set it aside

I use boneless pork and pound it down with a meat tenderizer. Cover the meat with the sauce.  Sprinkle the fried onions on top of the sauce on the meat. 

Preheat the oven at 350 degrees for 10 minutes. 

Put the pork on a cookie sheet and bake in the oven for about 35 minutes. 

An easy side — Twisted Caesar Asian chopped salad kit

It has everything you need in it including chopped ginger. Delicious and a great addition to any meal!

While the pork is cooking, I found a wonderful Asian Caesar ready to eat salad:

Not enough food for you?

Add a baked sweet potato. I put the sweet potato on a piece of foil. Sprinkle olive oil over it and salt and pepper. Crumble the tin foil over it and bake it for an hour at 350. Sweet potatoes are always a great addition to any meal.

Too busy to cook?

I try to shop just once a week and look at my calendar to see how many busy afternoons I have that week. There is nothing wrong with buying a fully cooked chicken and do a salad and baked potato. I also love breakfast for dinner once in a while. Cooking should be fun and a special family time.

Don’t stress over it and please share with us your favorite fast – food recipe. Email it to me at We would love to add you to our list of chefs.    

Recipe and photos by Margi Kyle
Photo courtesy of Deborah Young Studio

Margi Kyle is the managing editor for She is also, “The Color Doctor”, and has built an astounding portfolio from the ever-important ‘Designer’s perspective’. Never idle, this Professional Interior Designer has contributed to this industry as an Interior Designer, Television Host, Mentor, Keynote Speaker, Educator, and Writer. Margi has Taught Interior Design of over 45 years and is the executive director for We Make Color Easy, The Dewey Color System. You can book a seminar or color course with her by emailing her at

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