I followed the recipe exactally and it turned out great! I made the marinade when i got back from grocery shopping, and just poured the marinade over the porkchops in a food saver bag, and put it in the freezer. couldn't have been easier! thanks for posting!
I love this recipe! I made these for my sister and her family who are not Pork chop fans (but I am so I always try and change there mind) and now they can't stop asking for them, I marinated them for a couple of hours and followed the directions exactly. Wow they were so moist! I used bone in thin cut chops you really just wanted to suck the bone haha! Thank you so much for sharing.
Excellent marinade for all pork.
Can't believe I've never reviewed this recipe before! I've used it many many many times; its become my go-to pork chop recipe! I've grilled them outside, inside, stove top too, after using this marinade and they always turn out great. It's also a very forgiving recipe for people like me that don't like to measure precisely, but rather just dump in the ziploc. THANKS!
These were very good! I marinated them for about 3 hours or so (next time I will do more). I was planning on grilling them, but a huge thunderstorm came through unexpectedly. I ended up baking them at 400 degrees, up on a rack placed on a baking sheet for about 40 minutes (which was just a tad bit too long). They were still fantastic and I can't wait to grill them next time! Thanks.
WOW!!! These are so GOOD. I cooked these on my griddle and they came out soooo moist. Next time I will only use 2 TBS of lemon pepper seasoning instead of 3. We're eating the leftovers tonight in a salad. Thank you for posting this is so easy and so delicious! I will be making these over and over again. :D
The name says it all...these are the Best Grilled Pork Chops I've ever had! I used the full marinade for 3 boneless (thick cut) pork loin chops. These beauties grilled up so plump and juicy...full of flavor! I used Lemon Pepper Seasoning Mix . I would highly recommend making your own Lemon Pepper Seasoning Mix as I found the fresh grated lemon to add to the flavor and aroma of this awesome dish! Lastly, I used leftover marinade (boiled to reduce cross contamination) to baste the chops. Wonderful recipe which will be enjoyed many times during this grilling season (and beyond)!
The flavor combination of the Soy Sauce and Lem/Pep seasoning was interesting, but it was a bit too salty in my opinion. I think I'll try the dish again with less Soy Sauce and more Lem/Pep seasoning. I did however use the sauce on grilled potatoes and loved it!
WOW! I can see why this is rated so highly! I had some porkchops to use up and we wanted to grill them but I didn't have a recipe so I did a quick search and came up with this one -- soo yummy! Next time we are going to try stuffing them with Gouda cheese. Thanks for sharing!