Prep 5 mins
Cook 15 mins
These sound so good I am posting the recipe before trying it. I will add comments after I make them. The Recipe is from American Cooking Club magazineJune/July 05 edition
- 1 cup mayonnaise
- 2 tablespoons fresh lime juice
- 2 tablespoons fresh cilantro, chopped
- 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped
- 1 teaspoon dried chipotle powder
- 8 pork chops
- Blend the first 5 ingredients, cover and place in the fridge for an hour or longer.
- Reserve 1/2 cup.
- Grill or BBQ brushing the chops with the mayo blend, continue brushing and cooking until the chops are done Turning them halfway through (apprx 15 minutes total).
- Serve with the reseved mayo mixture on the side.
Fabulous! We had a marvelous dinner. Will definitely be using this recipe again. YUM! -- UPDATE - I made this twice more in the first week and it now has become a standby at my house on summer evenings - used just the mayo part and it was awesome as a spread on burgers and for sandwiches. It works as a dip for veggies too. Absolutely delicious. I usually halve the chipotle because otherwise it's too spicy for the kids. When you make the chops, don't forget to reserve some of it for dipping and for other uses - you won't need it all on the chops and won't want to waste any of it. Better yet, make double sauce and store in the fridge for later.
This was wonderful! If I could give it more stars I would, even my daughter who turns up her nose at everything was asking for more!! I didn't have the dried chipolte spice so I used chipoltes in adobe sauce, it was super yummy! Thanks Bergy!
Had these for dinner last night...me and my hubby loved them! He doesn't even like mayo and he was dipping them in the sauce. I didn't have chipolte powder but i used adobo instead. I also marinated the chops in some of the mixture for a couple hours, then I brushed it on as well. Awesome!!! Will definitely be making again.