Seasoned Grilled or Broiled Pork Chops

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 20 mins

Indoor or outdoor cooking and no marinating! Quick and easy and my whole family likes it! This was in an older cookbook of mine and it seems perfect for busy times. I served this with grilled cabbage, potato pancakes and applesauce.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine all ingredients, except the chops, and mix well with small whisk.
  2. Brush mixture on chops and either grill by searing on both sides and then cooking more slowly for 30 minutes or until done, brushing chops occasionally with the sauce.
  3. Or to broil the chops; place chops on a broiler rack 5" from heat and broil about 12 minutes per side or until done.


Most Helpful

What can I say other than this is the third time in 2 weeks I am making this dish. This for me is very rare. I only give it 4 stars because I made a few slight variations. For 6 chops I doubled everything. I use about 4x the amount of garlic powder, but that's all preference. The only other change I made was to broil for 12 on the first side and 10 min after flipped, I felt they were a little juicier, but still cooked through perfectly. For a summery, herby, and extremely flavorful chop there is no need to look any further. Thanks for sharing!

Dr. Gonzo September 03, 2009

My daughter liked these. I didn't care for the rosemary & thyme, sort of took away the flavor of the pork. I'm guessing the olive oil is what kept them moist & tender, great idea. Next time I'll leave out the seasonings I don't care for replace with garlic salt as I felt it needed more salt & a little pepper.

meeka4 April 24, 2014

So easy, and looked great! I don't eat much meat, but my little guys asked for seconds helpings!

jozammy April 30, 2013

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