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We got a new huge George Foreman at Christmas and I used your recipe of some very nice pork chops, I did not use any BBQ sauce just the rub with of course some coarse garlic salt. Thanks for this recipe, I love new dry rub ideas!

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Rise` January 20, 2003

Don't even bother with the barbecue sauce in this recipe, as the rub is OUTSTANDING by itself!!! I changed 2 things with the rub so the meat would not be salty. I used garlic and onion powders instead of the garlic and onion salt that the recipe said to use. Maybe the 1 teaspoon garlic was fresh, but I was not sure, so I used garlic powder. The steaks turned out perfect, tender and what flavor from the rub!! Thank you for posting, I'll be making this again.! Made for *Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup 2009* game

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Charlotte J July 27, 2009

I tried it and it was delish!!! I omitted the salt and used the BBQ. It's a keeper. Thanks for posting.

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ITRIEDIT October 17, 2011

YUMMY! Loved the rub on this. I use garlic and onion powders instead of the salt. We're trying to cut back on salt. I didn't even use the barbecue sauce. This will be my go to rub. I'm going to try it on chicken next. (I'm making this again tonight) Made for I Recommend Zaar Tag Game 2010.

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nemokitty October 11, 2010

I omitted the salt from the homemade barbecue sauce i made for this recipe, and it still was too salty. I am a salt fanatic, but still too salty for me. Next time will only put in one teaspoon salt to the rub.

it was very nice and spicy well all done. i will make again just using the changes to the amount of salt.

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andypandy September 27, 2010

Now this is just fantastic! I needed a way to prepare a pork steak, quick and easy and came across this recipe. I followed it word for word and used Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce. It smelled great while cooking and the taste was a bit salty for us. We have been cutting back on salt so I think next time I will omit the salt from the rub and just go with the all the salt in the BBQ sauce. I also used this on chicken and it was great too! The time was right on for both the pork and the chicken. Thanks.

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Paka July 04, 2010

Fantastic rercipe ! The pork was tender and full of flavor from the rub. I prepared two steaks with just the rub and two with Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce. Both were winners. I plan to try this using my George Foreman grill as Rise suggested. Thanks for sharing this great recipe.

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Sammijo October 07, 2009

These were great! I got side-tracked and only put 1/3 c sauce on the steaks, but they turned out wonderful. This is a keeper.

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Recipe Junkie March 17, 2009

We enjoyed these for dinner tonight. Next time I think I woud use less barbeque sauce so that the rub would shine through more. They were very tender and I made as directed. Thanks Denise.

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happynana January 30, 2009

Wow! This was so easy and tasted so good. I used pork 7 bone shoulder steasks. This cut is usually very tough but baking it slow with the rub made it tender and delicous! A definate keeper! Thanks Denise.

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