Two pork chops in pan
How Oven Temperature Will Affect The Texture Of Your Pork Chops
Cooking pork chops at too high a temperature dries them out, and too low a temperature results in a lack of crispy edges. To find the sweet spot, consider the pork's thickness.
If you're working with thicker-cut pork chops or ones that you've pan-seared before transferring to the oven, working on a lower temperature like 350 degrees Fahrenheit is ideal.
If you're working with thinner cuts, and you want to get your pork chops a little more crispy, crank the oven up to 400 degrees F. Just keep in mind that they'll cook quicker.
Lastly, you'll also need less time if your pork chops are boneless. Note that pork chops need to reach an internal temperature of 145 degrees Fahrenheit for safe consumption.