Cholesterol in Pork Chops
The favorite choice for the term "Pork Chops" is 4 ounces, with bone of (yield after bone removed) Broiled or Baked Pork Chop which has about 70 mg of cholesterol. The amount of cholesterol for a variety of types and serving sizes of Pork Chops is shown below.
Popular Cooking Variations for Pork Chops

Broiled or Baked Pork Chops
Cholesterol(mg)
1 small or thin cut chop 39
1 medium chop 71
1 large chop 103
4 oz with bone 70
4 oz boneless 90
Broiled or Baked Breaded or Floured Pork Chops
Cholesterol(mg)
1 small or thin cut chop 39
1 medium chop 71
1 large chop 104
4 oz with bone 75
4 oz boneless 82
Fried Battered Pork Chops
Cholesterol(mg)
1 small or thin cut chop 36
1 medium chop 67
1 large chop 97
4 oz boneless 79
Fried Breaded or Floured Pork Chops
Cholesterol(mg)
1 small or thin cut chop 47
1 medium chop 87
1 large chop 126
4 oz with bone 84
4 oz boneless 103
Smoked or Cured Pork Chops
Cholesterol(mg)
1 small or thin cut chop 27
1 medium chop 49
1 large chop 71
4 oz with bone 51
4 oz boneless 66
Stewed Pork Chops
Cholesterol(mg)
1 small or thin cut chop 40
1 medium chop 73
1 large chop 106
4 oz with bone 70
4 oz boneless 91

Popular Pork Chop Cuts

Cholesterol(mg)
Center Loin Pork Chops 93
Center Rib Pork Chops 93
Loin Blade Pork Chops 97
Sirloin Pork Chops 97


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