I served this to my family last night and it was delightful. I started to use regular BBQ sauce and I am so glad I didn't. I served orzo and sweet potato french fries as sides. Great quick meal. I will definately make this dish again!
Barbecued Pork Chops
psobek Posted: 11/10/08
teach4health Posted: 10/24/09
This is our "go-to" recipe for pork chops and my husband's favorite. I double the sauce so as to have plenty for dipping.
kdesart Posted: 12/02/08
great for chicken too.
cooklaura Posted: 10/21/09
Easy and delicious. One of my go-to pork chop recipes. Tonight I am serving it with mashed butternut squash and sauteed spinach.
mommy2kh Posted: 01/01/09
We have fixed this for several years now and it is our go-to pork chop recipe. It is quick, easy and always delicious.
smellgar Posted: 11/01/09
This is my new "go-to" BBQ sauce recipe. It's super easy and tastes better than any of the expensive (or cheap!) store bought stuff I've tried in the past. I did my chops on the grill and they came out perfectly. This is a great recipe!
8stringfan Posted: 08/07/10
Three stars seems a bit high, but in all honesty, it was a good recipe. However (despite the massive amounts of five star reviews on here) I wouldn't say it was anything other than just an above-average barbecue recipe. I will give the recipe credit for making a good dish out of so few ingredients, but at the end of the day, this was just a basic barbecued pork chop, with a sauce that was good-but-nothing-special. This recipe works great as a quick, easy, cheap way to grill some pork chops and would be especially good for folks who don't like anything too bold or complex from their food. However, in terms of a meal that would be special or might impress dinner guests or a date, this just doesn't offer very much.
ReneeCondo Posted: 07/01/09
Absolutely Amazing... cooked on the grill about 6 minutes on each side on the wrack above the grate.
pkbarn68 Posted: 10/11/10
This was easy to prepare and we all enjoyed it - just a little too salty. Next time I will cut back on the garlic salt. The sauce was ok.
ASchreck Posted: 03/06/10
I combined the BBQ sauce and spices and then marinated the pork overnight. Before I cooked it I removed the sauce and put it aside. I cooked the pork most of the way and then began basting with the sauce. My husband thought it was one of the best things that I ever cooked and I think the marinating made it even more tender and delicious.
sapk1999 Posted: 09/01/10
Fast and fabulous recipe. Even my toddler loved these chops!
ChefLeesher Posted: 07/06/12
This sauce could not be easier. I left out the thyme and used in conjunction with the Carolina Rub on this site.