By Oolala on June 20, 2005
"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."
Serving Size: 1 (203 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"So easy, and looked great! I don't eat much meat, but my little guys asked for seconds helpings!"
"This was excellent. I didn't have any seasoning salt, so I threw in about 1/4 tsp. of kosher salt. Grilled chops on my indoor grill. Great flavor and juicy! Thank you for a fast and tasty pork chop dinner option. We will use this one often."
"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!"
"Got rave reviews from DH and DS. Followed recipe exactly. Pork chops were SO tender!"
"Easy, fast and wonderful flavor. Will definitely make again!"
"This was so easy. Its deceiving how good it is because it is so easy to do. I left out the seasoning salt and sage and used dried thyme. It was great. Broil time was a little too long and the edges started to dry out just a little bit but that was my own fault. Excellent, easy and healthy. Thank you!"
"very tasty and flavorful....and healthy!"
"We really liked these grilled pork chops. I prepared them using our charcoal grill and liked the extra smokey flavor it provided. They were a great meal with a tossed salad and Pan Fried Sweet Potatoes."
"Great for grilling. I no longer need to leave those chops in the freezer until I have time to marinate! I only added some fresh ground black pepper because I just can't imagine good pork chops without it. Looking at and smelling the sauce, I was afraid it might be too heavy on the soy sauce but I tried it anyway and was pleasantly surprised. Not too salty at all!! I guessed on the rosemary, adding a little more since I was using fresh. Thanks for submitting!"