The first thing I have to ask is, “Who in the world is paying $5 for this mix?” I found Kentucky Kernel Seasoning mix in my local Stop and Shop and it was only $1.99 here in New Jersey.
That being said, I have pretty much always used flour, seasoned salt and other seasonings to fry chicken, pork chops and such and that’s worked for years. But I am so glad I found this Kentucky Kernel seasoning. I wanted to duplicate a pork chop recipe I had at a restaurant where the pork chops were fried and then served with sauteed onions and jalapeno peppers. Well, it was just delicious!!
This is a truly marvelous seasoning mix to use for fried foods. And I agree with others who’ve reviewed; it’s not too salty at all. It’s just perfect. Use the pan drippings for a gravy and you’ve got a tasty meal in a snap!
(And if you’re shopping for pork chops or any other fresh meats, you can’t beat 99 Ranch Market in Hackensack, New Jersey for quality, service and fair prices.)