Sage and Rosemary Pork Chops

"These are nicely seasoned and cooked on a contact grill or they could be done on an outside. I serve these with potatoes, veggies and fresh baked bread."
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Ready In:




  • Heat contact grill for 5 minutes.
  • Wash chops and pat dry.
  • In a small container, thoroughly mix the seasonings together.
  • Drizzle half the oil over the chops, sprinkle with half the seasoning mix.
  • Turn chops over and repeat with oil and remaining seasoning mix.
  • Place on heated grill and cook until meat thermometer inserted in center reads 160 degrees.
  • Serve immediately.

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  1. Very good and elegant-looking pork chop recipe. This was so easy to put together and was on the table in no time flat. I used thick, bone-in chops because I think they are more tender and juicy. Made for Honor thy Mother - and be Gluten-Free, too! Tag Game.
  2. Made for one great supper - the aroma alone worth a five. The sage and rosemary not only had us anticipating, it had us enjoying chops that were super flavourful and absolutely delicious. Other than doing a half recipe for two chops made as posted and have it filed in my favourites. Good think I didn't make four or we would have had seconds for sure! Thank you Paula.
  3. Delicious and simple. I made the marinade the night before, rubbed it into the chop and wrapped them tightly in saran wrap. I'd like to try this on chicken or fish.<br/>Thanks for a great recipe.
  4. Really enjoyed this tonight as part of our dinner. I used bone in loin pork chops and fresh rosemary (2 teaspoons) and sage (1 tablespoon), freshly ground black pepper and salt and decided to mix the olive oil with the mix and then rub into the pork chops and cook on the ridged grill on the stove top (6 to 7 minutes each side - cooked through but still juicy - though DH still thought undercook - any juices and it is undercooked were he is concerned). The rest had to have their sweetness added and had apple sauce with theirs but I was quite happy to have as is thank you PaulaG, made for Partying The Diabetic Way.
  5. Delicious chops! I grilled them on a contact grill and added just a little more black and red pepper blend than the recipe stated. I served this with baked potatoes and corn and it was a hit with the family. Thank you PaulaG for another great recipe!


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