Barbecued Pork Chops

  • carolfitz Posted: 06/16/09
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    Great slaw. Make sure you know your personal "Sriracha limits" -- we like things hot, so the full measure was fine for us. Made the cabbage in the morning using regular cole slaw blend & added the scallions just before serving. Used boneless chops because they're easier on the George Foreman. Served with plain white rice. Pretty easy, very good.

  • advantagejen Posted: 05/23/09
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    We needed a change of pace and I made this last night and it was GREAT! I cooked the pork in cast iron skillet. The chops were very thick and needed a lot more than 3 minutes. I would make this again and again. The kimchi slaw was also excellent - even better the next day.

  • tinamajor Posted: 01/25/11
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    I told my family this was a 4 star and all said it should be a 5 star. Went back for seconds on the pork. I served the left over sake warm in nice sake cups, great extra touch.

  • daneanp Posted: 06/28/12
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    I stupidly didn't read through the entire recipe and discarded the remaining marinade before basting the chops. I can only image this would have enhanced the flavor which was really good anyway. I used our Traeger grill with mesquite pellets. The Kimshi slaw was a good side. I'll definitely make this again.

  • mbleaman Posted: 06/18/14
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    Simple and delicious. Perfect for a work night too. I used orange pineapple juice as it was what I had on hand for the marinade. The reduced marinade at the end with the toasted sesame seeds was the perfect finish. Didn't make the slaw, will try it at another time.

  • Richdawn365 Posted: 01/03/14
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    Great recipe! Very tender! Great flavor!


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