Simple Marinated Grilled Pork Chops
Total TimePrep: 10 min. + marinating Grill: 10 min.
These were absolutely delicious! I used slightly less soy sauce, and added pineapple juice (about 1/3cup). Will make again!
We had this last night with 2 guests that we invite to be our critics. They said this one is a keeper. My husband and I agree. We had it with baked sweet potato, corn on the cob, seasoned green beans, deviled eggs, and cornbread. Thanks for the recipe.
Great recipe to tweak to your family's liking. I add 1/2 cup water so it doesn't have such a strong soy flavor. Also, I add some lemon juice and about 1/2 teaspoon dried thyme and a bit of onion powder. This is a great marinade for steak and chicken too.
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Super simple and very flavorful. I added a healthy pinch of red pepper flakes because my husband likes a bit of heat. Don;t overcook the pork chops. My husband removes them from the heat when they are just a couple of degrees below the desired temp. He covers them then lets them rest 10 minutes. They are done to perfection and not overcooked.
a nice marinate; for a variation I have added a 6 oz. can of pineapple juice
I was hoping the flavor of the brown sugar would "make" this recipe, but it was overpowered by the soy sauce :(
We enjoyed these chops. I made no changes to the recipe but would caution people to make sure to not overcook them. We grilled for 4 minutes each side and it was just right. Any longer and we would have had dried out chops.
I dont really care for pork but I loved this and so did everyone else in the family!
This recipe is a grilling staple in our home. I use boneless pork chops, and they turn out so moist and delicious!