Different cuts and thicknesses of pork will determine your final cooking time. After you make your first batch, you'll know what your preferred timing is based on your specific cut of pork chops and size of air fryer. Most of the shake and bake style seasoned breading mixes say to moisten the pork. The boxes often will suggest ice water, egg, &/or milk. We added the mayo part because it's a nice option for extra moist pork chops. And it also helps the breading stick better.
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3(6oz.) (170g)pork chops , rinsed & patted dry
Ice water, beaten egg, milk, or mayo, to moisten the pork
Use ice water, beaten egg, milk, or mayo to moisten the pork chops or moisten based on boxed Seasoned Coating Mix instructions. Coat the pork chops with the seasoned coating mix.
Use oil spray to lightly coat air fryer basket/tray or place a perforated parchment sheet or perforated silicone mat in the air fryer basket/tray & lightly coat with oil spray (this helps keep the coating from sticking and coming off).
Place the coated pork chops in a single layer (cook in batches if needed). Make sure they aren’t touching or the coating may flake off when you flip them. Lightly coat the pork chops with oil spray.
Air Fry at 380°F/195°C for about 8-12 minutes. After 6 minutes, flip the pork chops and then continue Air Frying for the remainder of time or until golden and internal temperature reaches 145-160°F, depending on your doneness preference.