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In a food processor, finely grind cabbage, carrots onion and bell pepper. Remove and place in mixing bowl and drip in lemon juice then add spices, sugar and mix thoroughly. Stir in mayo 1/2 at a time until desired creaminess. Sprinkle top with paprika and serve.
Delicious crispy crusted tenderized pork cutlets, seasoned lightly and fried to a light to medium golden brown, served with a down home creamy gravy is just the combination for a true “like Mama made” meal that is sure to please.
Season each side of the pork cutlets with a pinch of each spice, salt, pepper, garlic powder, and Old Bay and set aside. In a small bowl, whip eggs with a splash of the milk and set the rest of the milk aside for gravy. Add one tsp each of salt, pepper and garlic powder, along with one tbs of Old Bay. In another larger bowl, mix 1/12 cups flour and the remainder of spices. Dip each cutlet into egg mixture and roll evenly in the flour. Place in a medium frying pan that is preheated on medium heat and fry until golden brown. (Cook time 5-6 minutes per side depending on the thickness of the cutlet)
In the same frying pan, keep only 1/2 the grease from the pork, and add 1/2 cup flour and stir until browned. Once brown, add 1/2 cup milk and stir continuously until gravy thickens. (Add more milk or flour for desired consistency. Salt and pepper to taste.
Serve over pork cutlets and enjoy!
(See my recipe for Home Fried Potatoes with Caramelized Onions for a tasty side!)
First, peel and slice onions into rings or half rings and add to medium frying pan preheated to medium heat. Stir often, add salt and pepper to taste. Cook for 5-6 minutes until onions go translucent and caramelize. Remove from pan and set aside. Next, wash and slice potatoes in half, then slice each half into thin slices and add to onion pan and cook for 5 minutes then add onions and cook an additional 5-6 mins until fork tender.
Serve topped with parsley
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