Zesty Grilled Pork Chops

"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."
 
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Ready In:
17mins
Ingredients:
6
Serves:
6
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ingredients

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directions

  • In a large resealable plastic bag, combine the first five ingredients; mix well. Remove 1/4 cup for basting and refrigerate. Add pork chops to the remaining marinade and turn to coat. cover and refrigerate for 3 hours or overnight, turning once.
  • Drain chops, discarding marinade. Grill, covered, over medium-hot heat for 4 minutes. Turn; baste with reserved marinade. Grill 4-7 minutes longer or until juices run clear.

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Reviews

  1. mommyluvs2cook
    These were fantastic! I marinated mine overnight, which I highly recommend. Basted twice while grilling. Served with rice pilaf, a perfect meal!!
     
  2. Lavender Lynn
    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!
     
  3. tsuskiko
    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!!!
     
  4. Debbb
    Pretty good! Marinated overnight & meat was nice & juicy.
     
  5. alligirl
    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!
     
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Tweaks

  1. bad kitty 1116
    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!
     
  2. Vicki in CT
    I am a sucker for the salty/sweet combination and this doesn't dissapoint. The lemon juice really adds a great twang as well. The sugar creates a nice carmelization when cooking. For ZWT 2009. Forgot to mention I subbed siracha sauce for the chili which provided for some nice heat.
     

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