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AlmaDawg
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Grilled Pork Chop ideas

I am going to grill some thick pork chops tonight. I normally use salt, pepper and garlic, then glaze with green pepper jelly before taking them off the grill.

Any other ideas? Inspire me....

TIA


CowboyPride
Oklahoma State Fan
Louisiana
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re: Grilled Pork Chop ideas
Have you ever used a brine? Even an hour soak while you fire up the grill can make a big difference in both moisture and flavor. Especially with a high heat application like grilling.

Green Pepper Jelly glaze sounds delicious.

I like Juniper/Apple/Molasses flavors with pork chops.
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AlmaDawg
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re: Grilled Pork Chop ideas
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Have you ever used a brine?


Never tried a brine on a pork chop. Might have to remedy this tonight!


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drake20
New Orleans Saints Fan
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re: Grilled Pork Chop ideas
quote:

I am going to grill some thick pork chops tonight. I normally use salt, pepper and garlic, then glaze with green pepper jelly before taking them off the grill.


sounds awesome


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S
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re: Grilled Pork Chop ideas
sometimes i cook a couple chops on my foreman, don't add nay seasoning till the end (garlic pepper), pick up the chops pour a little water on the grill and let them cook in that juice on each side a lil longer.


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Joshjrn
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re: Grilled Pork Chop ideas
Don't cook it past medium rare. Medium as a last resort for the very squeamish. You're welcome.


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Hat Tricks
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re: Grilled Pork Chop ideas
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This simple little recipe produces some really good pork chops. Give it a try. I just use some cheap McCormic Spicy Montreal seasoning.
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