By diner524 on August 09, 2007
Photo by Lavender Lynn
Photo by Lavender Lynn
"I am going through my saved recipes that I cut out of magazines, and this is one of them I thought sounded tasty! For those that like it with a little more kick, add some cayenne pepper or red pepper flakes. Note: Time doesn't include marinating time. Update: I have now made this several times. I just love that the marinade is so quick to make and that I am able to cook it outdoors on the grill, very important here in Florida. This is such a tasty pork chop compared to fried or baked."
Serving Size: 1 (51 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"A richly golden-colored glossy surface greets you when these moist, richly-flavored chops are set out. We honestly found the flavor a little stronger than we wanted, mostly in the soy sauce component; but also we suspect that most people will love exactly that and might even sprinkle on a little cayenne. We enjoyed them!"
"The base of this recipe made me the perfect pork chop!! <br/><br/>I used the posted recipe but due to being low on soy, I didn't have enough to bast with. I marinated with given sauce-then for basting I used italian dressing. Paired it with red potatoes marinated in olive oil, from our garden rosemary, garlic, butter and a pinch of salt-then placed on the grill. <br/><br/>Side dish was fresh green beans cooked over sauteed garlic, butter and almonds. <br/><br/>Topped my list of one of the best things I have ever cooked. Thank you!!!"
"Pretty good! Marinated overnight & meat was nice & juicy."
"The flavor of the pork chops from the marinade is outstanding! I did not get to cook mine on the grill (last minute change of plans), but they were still tasty from the oven. I used boneless chops, as it is what I had on hand, and we certainly enjoyed them! The marinade goes together quickly and imparts great flavor! Thanks so much for sharing, diner!"
"Add another five star review from me! Both my man and I totally enjoyed these pork chops. Easy to make and great flavor. I did forget to save some of the marinade to baste with and I'm sure it would only add to the depth of flavor in this. Wonderful recipe! Made for ZWT7 - Count Dracula and his Hot Bites."
"Now, this is the way a pork chop should taste! All DH could say was, Yum! Thanks for posting! Made for ZWt Witchin Kitchen."
"What a nice flavor this gave the chops. I agree with lazyme, in the fact that the marinade helps tenderize the chops. These were marinaded 10 hours. Since they were about 1 1/2 thick, overnight would have been better. You are going to chase every drop of that marinade on your plate, with a piece of meat. It's just that good! Made for ZWT 7 - Pacific Islands"
"Yum! This was a nice marinade that really seemed to tenderize the chops. I used a hot chili sauce and marinated mine overnight. Thanks for sharing a simple and tasty recipe. Made for ZWT7 for the Emerald City Shakers."
"This is one great pork recipe; the flavors all work together and pretty easy to follow directions. We had some really thick boneless chops, so marinated over night in a plastic bag as directed. Then the next day threw them on the grill and it was soooo good. This is a gread marinade that we'll be using often. Made for ZWT 2011"
"Loved this!!! I marinated my pork chops then grilled them. Then poured the left over marinade in a bag with some more pork chops and threw it in the freezer and we got to enjoy it twice! Thank you for posting!"
"delish! Only had time to marinate for 2 hours and they were still fantastic. We used bonless chops, DH cooked them on the grill and the flavor was out of this world. Will certainly put this jewel in my keeper box. Thanks!"
"This was so good, and so simple. We used some boneless pork loin chops and I let the meat marinate for probably 5-6 hours. Hubby grilled it and it was just so simple & tasty. Thanks for posting the recipe, we will be making it again soon!"
"I used a small boneless pork chops, and cut the recipe down to serve one. This turned out delicious, and I'm not a huge pork chop fan! Cooked outside on my grill, and added a skewer of zucchini and this was fabulous! Thanks for sharing."
"Oh boy are these yummy!!!! Very easy recipe. Followed instructions as listed with great results. Thanks for sharing"
"Great flavour! My store only had those ridiculously thin chops so I chose to pan-fry them. Even at that I overcooked them a bit but we all liked the flavour. A great mix that I will use again. I think it would be nice for chicken as well. Thanks for sharing your recipe. Made for ZWT X-tra Hot Dishes."
"This was a very unique flavor for pork chops. Love marinating pork chops as it makes them nice and tender. I used the red pepper flakes and I lkied the addition. Only thing I didn't like was the soy sauce made them pretty salty, next time I will try low sodium soy sauce."
"I nearly chewed my keyboard just looking at Sage's photo. We loved it and somewhere there's a very irritable pig minus his loin chops. Made for PRMR."
"Grilled these out on the BBQ the other night. They were really tender and juicy. Marinated them overnight. I was going to throw in some pepper flakes but forgot. It would of given them a bit of spicyness I like. A very flavorful marinade sauce that would be good for many cuts of meat. This recipe is definitely a keeper. Thanks for sharing your recipe diner. Made for Holiday Tag."
"These were tasty and very tender. I used Mr. Yoshida's traditional teriyaki sauce instead of the soy sauce, I added 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce, white pepper, crushed red pepper flakes, fresh grated garlic, and fresh grated gingerroot. I served them with Anything Lo Mein (from this site) and egg rolls. What a yummy dinner. I will definitely use this marinade again. Thank you for posting!"
"Great recipe for grilled pork! I used a pork loin "steak", 3/4" thick and marinated overnight. It came out moist and juicy and so flavorful. Thanks for sharing this recipe!"