German Style Pork Chop Recipes: 16 Tasty And Traditional Dishes You Have To Try!

German Style Pork Chop Recipes: 16 Tasty And Traditional Dishes You Have To Try!

I think everyone should have pork chop recipes in their repertoire. Pork is widely used in German cuisine, so it was a natural choice to create a list of the best German-style pork chops you can make at home. It’s time to start using your best German accent and saying, “Herrlich!”

Traditional German Pork Schnitzel

Schnitzel is a traditional German dish that is loved by many. The thin cut of meat is usually breaded and fried. This recipe will show you how to make this dish in your home kitchen.

The key to this recipe is getting the thickness of your pork chops just right—you want them thin enough that they cook quickly in the pan and still have time to crisp up in the oven before they dry out. Don’t worry if you have trouble getting them relatively thin enough! You’ll still get that delicious crispy crust, even if your chops are thicker than usual.

Go to recipe: https://www.curiouscuisiniere.com/german-schnitzel/

Jägerschnitzel

Let’s face it, Jägerschnitzel is a pretty fancy name for a dish that’s basically just pork chops. Jägerschnitzel is a traditional German dish that uses a veal cutlet dipped in egg and then dredged in flour and breadcrumbs before being fried. This dish will be served with mushroom sauce or gravy.

This is one of those dishes that hits all the right notes—it’s rich and filling but not so heavy that it will make you feel like a slug after eating it. The pork chop has a crispy coating on top and is served with mushrooms and onions, which add an earthy flavor to the dish. The sauce is made from sherry vinegar, cream, and parsley – all ingredients complement each other perfectly.

The end result? A meal that everyone at the table will enjoy!

Go to recipe: https://www.jocooks.com/recipes/jagerschnitzel/

Pork Schnitzel & Mushroom Gravy (Jägerschnitzel)

You know you’re in for a tasty time when the words “pork schnitzel” appear in a recipe. This recipe is another exellent example of what makes a good dinner. It’s simple, good, and requires only a few ingredients to make an amazing meal.

You’ll love how the pork stays juicy and tender when cooked on the stovetop, and the mushroom gravy makes the whole dish feel like a warm hug from your grandma. Your kids will be begging for seconds before they finish their first plateful!

Go to recipe: https://houseofnasheats.com/jagerschnitzel/

German Pork Rouladen with Bacon, Apple & Pickles

You might have heard of this dish, but you might not have tried it yet. This Pork Rouladen recipe perfectly exemplifies that principle. It’s full of flavor, but it’s also quick and easy to make, so you can make this delicious dinner for your family in no time!

With a name like “German Pork Rouladen with Bacon, Apple & Pickles,” you can’t go wrong. This recipe combines the best flavors of Germany in one dish: pork, bacon, apples, and pickles. The Rouladen dish comprises pork chops pounded thin and stuffed with bacon, onion, and pickles (or sauerkraut). The stuffing is then rolled up in each chop, so the meat is like a sausage casing.

When you cook this dish, it tastes like you’ve been slaving over it for hours, but it takes less than 30 minutes to prepare!

Go to recipe: https://dobbernationloves.com/food-drink/pork-rouladen-recipe/

Oma’s Breaded Pork Chops Recipe – Schweinekotelett

Oma’s breaded pork chops recipe is a staple of German cooking. It’s simple and delicious and will have you returning for more.

The pork chops are breaded in flour, egg, and breadcrumbs and then fried until golden brown. The result is tender and flavorful, with a crispy breading that makes it perfect for any occasion. You can serve them with mashed potatoes or rice and vegetables for an easy dinner everyone will love.

So get out your aprons (you don’t know what an apron is? We’ll fix that!), put on some music, and let’s get cooking!

Go to recipe: https://www.quick-german-recipes.com/breaded-pork-chop-recipes.html

Country-Style Braised Pork Shank Recipe

This is a German-style pork chop recipe, but you don’t have to be German to enjoy it!

This dish has a wonderful flavor and is so easy to make. All you need is a few simple ingredients and a couple of hours in the oven (or on the stove top). It also can be cooked in only one pan! That’s right—no need to dirty up your whole kitchen just to make something delicious.

It’s also perfect for any time of year, especially during fall and winter when you’re craving something hearty and warm.

Go to recipe: https://www.askchefdennis.com/beer-braised-pork-shank/

Pork Knuckle | German Style Recipe

You’ve probably never thought of making pork knuckles at home, but it’s a lot easier than you think! In this German-style pork chop recipe, we’ll show you how to make the perfect pork knuckle at home.

First, you’ll need to prepare your pork knuckle by boiling it for 40 minutes. After that, take it out of the boiling water and cut it into the skin. Then you want to pat it dry and rub it with salt and pepper. Then set the oven to 375 °F and roast it for 2 hours or until golden brown. Finally, remove the knuckle from the oven and let it rest for 10 minutes before serving.

This recipe is easy enough for any home cook, and it’s so delicious you’ll want to serve it for every special occasion.

Go to recipe: https://www.instructables.com/Pork-Knuckle-German-Style-Recipe/

Schwenkbraten (Grilled German Pork Chops)

If two words could make me feel like a true German, it would be Schwenkbraten. Schwenkbraten is a grilled pork chop dish that is simple and delicious. It’s also incredibly easy to make, which is why it’s so popular in Germany.

 It’s made with pork chops, onions, and bacon, which are all grilled together until tender and juicy. The onions add a sweet and savory flavor to the dish, while the bacon adds a salty kick and ensures that each bite is flavorful. This recipe is perfect for those days when you just need a big, juicy slab of meat to fill you up.

Go to recipe: https://www.curiouscuisiniere.com/schwenker/

German Pork Chops and Sauerkraut

It’s hard to think of a more satisfying meal than a German-style pork chop with sauerkraut. And it doesn’t have to be difficult to make at home! This recipe will show you how to make this delicious dish in your own kitchen.

This recipe is super simple and will make you feel like a pro. The key to making this recipe your own is choosing the right kind of pork chop. If you can find a top-quality cut from a local butcher, that’s probably your best bet—but even your local grocery store will have some good options. The pork chops are juicy and flavorful, and the sauerkraut is tangy and hearty. If you’re looking for an easy way to expand your culinary repertoire, look no further!

Go to recipe: https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/216330/german-pork-chops-and-sauerkraut/

Easy German Boneless Mustard Pork Chops

This is the easiest German pork chop recipe you’ll ever make. And it’s so good; you’ll be making it again and again.

First, get your boneless pork chops ready by browning them in a pan with butter. Then add in some mustard, onions, and potatoes. The mustard and onions will create an amazing sauce that makes these chops taste like you’ve been cooking for hours!

You can make these in under 30 minutes with just a few simple ingredients, and they’ll be so easy to make that you’ll want to make them over and over again!

Go to recipe: https://www.thespruceeats.com/german-boneless-mustard-pork-chops-1447078

Crispy Pork Chop ‘German-Style’

For all you German foodies out there, we’ve got the recipe for a crispy pork chop that’ll knock your socks off.

This recipe is easy to make and can be adapted to suit your tastes, so you can enjoy this dish year-round! It’s warm and hearty, with just the right amount of crunchy goodness on top. This dish is best served with a side of mashed potatoes and carrots. You can also serve it with a side salad if you’re looking for something lighter.

Go to recipe: https://smithfield.sfdbrands.com/en-us/recipes/crispy-pork-chop-german-style/

Oktoberfest Pork Chops with Bacon, Onions and German-Style Fried Potatoes

If you’re not planning on going to Oktoberfest this year, this recipe is the next best thing.

These pork chops are a classic German recipe, and they go great with potatoes fried in bacon fat—the perfect complement to the tender, juicy meat. This dish is for those who like pork chops with a side of bacon, onions, and German-style fried potatoes. It’s a classic Oktoberfest meal you can make at home without the hassle of standing in line for hours just to get a table.

Go to recipe: https://www.marketofchoice.com/recipe/oktoberfest-pork-chops-with-bacon-onions-and-german-style-fried-potatoes/ 

German Beer Garden Pork Chop

It’s a perfect summer night, and you’re sitting at a table with your friends under the stars. You’ve got a cool beer in one hand, and a German Beer Garden Pork Chop in the other.

This recipe calls for some ingredients that may seem unorthodox at first glance (like brown sugar and beer), but they work perfectly with the bacon in this dish. The result? A perfectly cooked, juicy pork chop with just enough saltiness from the bacon and sweetness from the brown sugar to keep things interesting. It’s also incredibly easy to make!

The smell of sizzling meat fills the air, and you can’t help but smile as the sweet scent wafts toward your nose. It’s perfectly seasoned, perfectly grilled to perfection—and it’s so good that it makes you want to dance!

Go to recipe: https://www.homechef.com/meals/german-beer-garden-pork-chop

Meat Curing – German-Style Cured Pork Chops (Gepockelte)

If you’re into curing your own pork chops or just want to try something new, this recipe is for you. We’ve taken a traditional German method of curing pork and simplified it so that anyone can do it at home.

The key to these pork chops is that they’re brined in a mixture of salt, sugar, and spices before being cooked. The salt and sugar help preserve the meat while the spices add flavor. The end result is tender but flavorful – just like your favorite German restaurant dish!

Go to recipe: https://www.mortonsalt.com/article/meat-curing-german-style-cured-pork-chops-gepockelte/

Rahmschnitzel

Rahmschnitzel: the German dish that has never been easier.

This dish goes back to medieval times when the people of Bavaria would use leftover bread to make a kind of meatloaf that they could then cut into slices and fry. In this recipe, we’ll show you how to make some delicious Rahmschnitzel at home.

It’s based on thin slices of pork loin, pounded thin and then dipped in egg, flour, and milk before being fried. The resulting dish is crispy on the outside and tender on the inside—a perfect complement to any side dish or salad!

Go to recipe: https://alltastesgerman.com/rahmschnitzel/

Kassler Chops With Remoulade

When you’re ready to take your pork chop game to the next level, try this recipe for Kassler chops. It’s a classic German-style dish that will make you feel like you’ve stepped into a Biergarten and is sure to impress even the most discerning palate.

The modern Kasseler roast, or Kassler chop, is made with pork chops marinated in vinegar and beer. This dish is then slowly roasted to perfection for a delicious meal that makes every mouthful feel like you’re at home in Germany. The result is rich, savory, and flavorful, with just the right amount of crunch from the breadcrumbs.

Go to recipe: https://www.all-thats-jas.com/kassler-chops-with-remoulade-2/

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