Recipe from package of pork chops.Prep time does not include marinating time. You can alternately use dried chipotle, just rehydrate in hot water for about 15 mins and then chop. I actually like this better as a marinade for pork tenderloin.
- Place chops in large self-sealing plastic bag; combine remaining ingredients in a small bowl and pour over chops.
- Seal bag and refrigerate for up to 24 hours.
- Remove chops from marinade (discard marinade).
- Grill over medium-hot coals for a totoal of 12-15 mins, turning half-wayt thru, or until done.
I used this marinade on thick-cut boneless pork chops, and omitted the cilantro, as I'm not a fan. Let the chops marinate for 24 hours, then put them, plus the excess marinade in the slow-cooker for 6 hours on low. Shredded the pork then used it in burritos. Absolutely delicious.
This is just what I was looking for. I had 4 pork chops that I wanted to grill but didn't want them to be dry. These turned out so flavorful and moist. The grilling time was perfect for me as I'm just starting to grill. I did add 1 more garlic clove, personal preference. I'll be using this often.
In 1 word FANTASTIC! Just the kind of recipe I was looking for, simple easy and ever so tasty. I had wondferul thick boneless porkchops that I had planned on stuffing but after seeing the marinade I knew it wouldn't be necessary. I only marinaded for a little over an hour but next time I'll try for 24 as for a richer taste. I did use a fork and poked holes in the chops on all 4 sides to allow the marinade to enter. I used a can of chipotle sauce instead of the chilis in sauce and I added 1 tsp of oil and grilled them turning every 5 minutes pouring a little of the marinade on top each time. Served this with grilled corn on the cob along with a cold Italian pasta salad. Great recipe!