Adobe Grilled Pork Chops

"Another great Southwest recipe. The level of spiciness is your option. I like a lot of cayenne, but you can leave it out and still get great results."
 
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Ready In:
55mins
Ingredients:
13
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Mix together ingredients for seasoning paste in a small bowl.
  • Spread paste on both sides of pork chops (reserving at least 1/4 cup paste) and allow to rest for at least 30 minutes prior to cooking.
  • Prepare grill; oil grill rack before placing on fire.
  • Mix together ingredients for baste, combining excess paste with ingredients for baste; set aside.
  • Grill chops on medium-hot coals or heat for 5-8 minutes.
  • Turn chops and grill for 4-6 minutes more, basting with grill baste.
  • Turn chops and cook 2-3 minutes more, basting the other side.
  • Remove from heat and allow to rest 5 minutes or so before serving.

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Reviews

  1. Bergy
    Sure glad this recipe came to the light of day! Loved it - very hot & spicy but the heat seems to enhance the pork flavor not detract from it/ I used ancho paste in lieu of dried & the ancho salt (about 1 1/2 tbps, for 2 chops) and 3/4 tsp cayenne. Cooked on medium hot fire for first flip then after basting turned heat down to medium and gave it a bit longer to cook. I cut the recipe in two and it was fabulous, Love that heat, thanks SueL
     
  2. PanNan
    We loved the flavor of the seasoning paste. I used 1/2 tsp cayenne and it wasn't hot at all - will kick it up a notch next time. Some of the paste stuck to the grill, but the baste kept things moist. A real keeper.
     
  3. dianegrapegrower
    Very good. The baste tended to wash the paste off the chops, but still very tasty. Used 1/2 t. cayenne and thought the heat level was just right. Thanks!
     
  4. Susie D
    Very, very good if you like spicy foods. The chops had a wonderful flavor, but were not overpoweringly hot. A definite keeper!
     
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You know me as Sue L or Sue Lau. I write a food blog at palatablepastime.com which specializes in Midwestern, Amish, Southern, and Ethnic recipes. Most of which are my own recipes. There are a few there that aren't, but not many. And really, since the best of my recipes here are my recipes, it tells me you guys like me just a teensy bit. ;) I post all my latest stuff on my blog including new recipes, updates to older recipes and (hopefully) much better photos. So don't be shy in dropping by. If you like my stuff here you will LOVE my stuff there. Seriously.
 
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