Tuesday, June 28, 2011

BBQ Pork Chops (Skillet or Grill)

These pork chops are YUMMY! Super-D-Duper Yummy.  Moist.  Tender. You need to make them ASAP!  I snagged the recipe from My Tasty Treasures, but tweaked it a little since I couldn't bring myself to cooking them in a skillet with a perfectly good grill sitting on the back deck.  I will use the skillet method this winter when it's below freezing and grilling is out of the question.  Why?  Because.  Everything tastes better on the grill!  Enjoy :)

BBQ Pork Chops
3/4 cup BBQ sauce
2 TBSP cider vinegar
3 TBSP Brown Sugar
1 TBSP paprika
1/2 tsp cumin
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp pepper
1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
4-6 bone in center cut or rib chops 3/4-1 inch thick
1 TBSP oil (for skillet method)

Whisk BBQ sauce and vinegar.  Combine spices and whisk 1 tsp into the BBQ sauce a vinegar mixture.  Pat chops with paper towels and rub with remaining spice mixture.

Grill and brush with sauce until meat is no longer pink (I don't know the exact amount of time because I am banned from the grill since the starting-it-on-fire incident).  Eat.  Yum!

Heat oil until smoking.  Cook chops until well browned (4 minutes per side).  Reduce to medium low and brush with sauce.  Flip and cook to caramelize (about 1 minute).  Brush and flip and cook the other side until it reaches 145.


Kim Bee said...

Looks incredible. I love pork, it does not love me back.

Ella said...

This looks so good! I want some! :D


ARLENE said...

They look wonderful. I don't like to dirty my stove so I use the burner on my grill and my trusty cast iron skillet. Will try these soon. I'm a porkoholic.

Janet@ from cupcakes to caviar said...

mmmmm, I love pork chops. Thanks for sharing this!

April said...

Can you believe I've never cooked pork chops on the grill? I don't have a clue why...

Just wanted to drop in and thank you. You were my #1 referral site to my blog last month, and you deserve a big thanks! :)

Donna-FFW said...

I am so glad you enjoyed the recipe, Heidi! Thank you so much for the lovely shout out!!

Chris said...

Yep, everything tastes better off the grill! Your chops look nicely caramelized.

Angela said...

Just made these last night and they were a big hit! My kiddos and hubby loved them. I just started a food blog of my own and posted these today!!! Come on over and check it out www.perfectbutburnt.blogspot.com

David Hale said...

I tried this. The flavor is good. However 4 minutes on each side is too much. I will try 3 minutes next time.