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Just home from holidays, and no time for shopping, I didn't have any pork chops, but this sounded so good I had to try it. I did have a pork tenderloin , so I cut it into 1 1/2 inch slices, made the marinade and left it overnight. (had no garlic powder, so I used 2 fresh cloves, smashed and 2 teaspoons of fresh grated ginger.) It was wonderful!! a keeper and we will do it again, but next time with the pork chops. Thanks Margaret3!!
Me and my family have been eating dry bland pork-chops. This marinade is so amazing when ever we have pork-chops this is the way to go!! Also the soy-sauce was not over powering!
Delicious!! This recipe has amazing flavour & I only actually marinated the chops for about 5 hours (I did turn them in the marinade every half hour or so). I omitted the oil & used half the ingredients for 2 pork chops. If you are a novice with the grill like I am, watch the chops carefully - I had a little bit of burning that may have happened so quickly due to the sugar in the marinade.
Lovely flavor but I was not sure how much Soy Sauce to useas the recipe states 1/2 soy sauce with no amount - I did not want it too soy flavored so only used 1 tbsp (I cut the recipe cut back to 1 pork steak too ) marinated overnight in the fridge Had the BBQ on high cooked each side for apprx5 minutes each side then continued to cook, moved from direct heat, for a further 12 minutes - perfect
Oh this was awesome. I used this mainly for the marinade. I had 2 pork tenderloins that I needed to use and cut them into chunks and marinaded them overnight and made kabobs with red and yellow peppers, onions and baby bella mushrooms. Cooked them for about 15-20 minutes and served them over Jasmine Rice. What a great dinner. Thanks so much. Posted photos in the photo forum but did not post them here because of the deviation from the recipe.