Pork / Cook pork chop recipe
Pork chops can be prepared on a grill, oven or stove top. This
tasty cut can be prepared in hundreds, possibly thousands, of
ways. Recipe times are approximate. For accurately cooked pork
please use a meat thermometer.
Pork is considered done when the internal temperature is 160 degrees
BBQ Pork Chops
BBQ pork chops are a great way to prepare and grill a stack
of pork chops for friends.
Salt and pepper pork chops on both sides. You can either place
in refrigerator until grill is ready or place then on the grill
at this time. The important part is that you sprinkle or rub salt
and pepper into your chops. This aids not only in the flavor of
your pork chops but it aids in retaining natural moisture so they
are juicy an succulent.
Grill until cooked through and lightly browned by the grill.
Depending on the thickness of your pork cope you may need more
or less time. Use a meat thermometer.
Now it is time for the BBQ sauce. We wait until the pork
chops are cooked to reduce the chances of burning the sugars in
the BBQ sauce. Brush on BBQ sauce and turn chicken to
create a beautiful glaze. Wait a couple of minutes before serving.
Waiting allows the liquids in the pork chop to redistribute so
they will be equally as excellent for every bite.
Baked Pork Chops with Apples
There are many ways to bake pork chops but a natural combination
is with apples. We use thick pork chops, about 1 1/2 inches thick.
• Pork chops
• Apples - halved and cored
• Salt and Pepper
Pre heat oven to 350 degrees F.
Sprinkle or rub pork chops with salt and pepper and place in
oiled pan. Cover each pork chop with apple halves and drizzle
with honey. Place in oven for approximately 45 minutes or until
internal temperature is 160 degrees F. Serve with apples in tact.