Very flavorful. Thanks for posting.
Nice blend of flavours!
Really delicious and makes a nice juicy chop. Tastes a lot like souvlaki. Thanks for sharing-
I cooked them on the grill and they were fantastic. I cut the lemon back just a bit, and only had time to marinade for about 3 hours. Great dish! Made for Holiday Tag.
These pork chops turned out wonderfully moist. I hesitated to marinate too long because lemon tends to cook meat with it's acidity. So I marinated for 3 hours. Not really sure if I like the lemon with the pork. It's probably just a personal preference....maybe I'm just too used to smoked pork chops or pork chops with gravy! If you are a lemon lover, I think you'd love this...made for Holiday Tag.
This was good. Next time I will double the marinade. Thanks so much for posting this. Donna
I'm giving this 4 instead of 5 because this was just ok for me, but hubby liked it more. I used italian seasoning but other than that, followed the recipe. Thanks for posting a new recipe to try for pork chops. Made for Everyday is a Holiday Tag Game 2009.
Marinated bone in pork loin chops for about 2 1/2 hours but did use fresh oregano (about 2 tablespoons) and the DH cooked on the b-b-q but did not use the marinade and admitted to overcooking but we still thoroughly enjoyed our meal. thank you AZPARZYCH for a very nice marinade for pork chops, made for Partying the Diabetic Way.
Mmmm, mmmm, good! It's too late for outdoor grilling so I used the broiler. I didn't get the lovely grill marks, in fact they only browned at all on the sides but the flavor was outstanding. I marinated the loin cuts for about 30 hrs and the chops were well flavored and very tender. I broiled then for 4 mins per side, they were perfectly done and not dry. I reduced and cooked the marinade by boiling it in the microwave for 3 mins and it really added a yum factor to plain boiled potatoes.
I have the same recipe I was about to post from South of the Fork, Jr. League of Dallas. Mine has the addition of 1/4 tsp. ground thyme.