Ree Drummond fries up pork chops for her family on calf-working day. These thin-sliced pork chops are dredged in a mixture of flour, salt, black pepper, seasoned salt and cayenne pepper for a little extra kick. They're fried in a big skillet on the stove in a mix of canola oil and butter for about 2 minutes per side until golden brown.
You've probably seen precooked pork rinds for sale, but did you know you can get them for the microwave? Food Network's Unwrapped takes you behind the scenes to show you how bacon's snack food cousin is made. Pork rinds start out as dried pork skin cut into squares and seasoned before being packaged for use in the microwave.