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So delicious! It was chilly out when I made this so I pan fried to chops instead of grilling. I would recommend cutting the salt in half however. I'm a salt lover and it was still a bit much for me. I also kept a bit of the spice mix to the side and them used it on kale as a side.

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CoraIleneV November 12, 2014

Tonight was spicy night at our house and this was a great pork chop recipe to kick up the spice. Made for ZWT9.

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morgainegeiser September 04, 2013

Really enjoyed the spiciness of these chops, though I used smoked pork chops and our indoor griller. They were 'hot' in all the right ways! Followed as written - Thanks for sharing, Charlotte J!

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alligirl July 22, 2013

Yummy pork chops. Very simple to prep and quick to grill. Thanks Charlotte for sharing. Made for ZWT9.

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lazyme July 20, 2013

We loved these chops! They were so easy to make and very fast cooking. I LOVED the spice combination. I will decrease the amount of cayenne next time because it was a bit too hot for my whole family. Thanks for a great grilling recipe!

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LifeIsGood August 01, 2011

These have a wonderful kick and are so easy to put together. The chops were allowed to rest for about 10 minutes prior to placing on the grill. The amount of seasoning was perfect for the large cut chops used. Made for *ZWT 5*

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PaulaG May 31, 2009

These were good. After making a couple of similar regional recipes this week I've decided I don't like thyme in cajun or caribbean recipes though, so from now on I'm going to leave it out. My DH thought these were a little too spicy for him but I dipped mine in a cool sour cream/ranch/honey mustard dip (my own concoction) and it tasted great like that! Only change I made was using pork tenderloin, cut into medallions instead of chops since I always worry about chops ending up tough. I think these would taste great with bbq sauce brushed on while cooking too, so I think next time I'll follow Leslie's lead and try that. Made for ZWT5.

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Babzy May 31, 2009

We loved these chops! They had just the right amount of spiciness to them. I did have quite bit of rub left over, so we mixed it in with a small touch of BBQ sauce and brushed it on while grilling. Delicious! Made for ZWT 5 :)

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~Leslie~ May 27, 2009

When a man says he loves a dish 10 different ways, you know you've it it right! Made for ZWT5

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gailanng May 25, 2009

This was good. Not sure I would make it again. I think I would prefer to use my own cajun spice or even just sprinkle something like Tony Chachere's on and cook for a last minute meal

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meganhough May 29, 2008
Cajun-Style Spiced Pork Chops