Grilled Maple Chipotle Pork Chops on Smoked Gouda Grits

  • mrmacrae73 Posted: 04/06/10
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    Simply delicious! Prepared on my indoor grill and it came out tender. Next time, I will try marinating the pork chops for a few hours ahead of time. Grits were phenomenal! Served with green beans sauteed in garlic & olive oil.

  • LisaConn Posted: 10/18/10
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    this is one of our all time favorite southern living recipes!

  • Julielyn68 Posted: 04/12/11
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    SUPERB! These pork chops are absolutely delicious. I am always looking for a great pork chop recipe because they tend to be dry, these were perfect. I did not seed the chipolte peppers for the BBQ sauce because we love the spice - wow!!!!

  • AshLynn Posted: 08/15/11
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    I actually licked my plate...do I need to say more? This was fabulous! ;-)

  • myrtlelj Posted: 09/18/11
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    Have made this many times for company that likes spicy (which can be adjusted up or down with the amount of peppers). Because you only use a little from the can, just pop the rest of the peppers in a freezer bag to be used later. The Smoked Gouda Grits recipe is a keeper (from someone that is usually not a grits fan),

  • sarahjones123 Posted: 10/17/11
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    Made these tonight, they were great! I made the grits along side as well and they are a great as well!

  • Lucy17 Posted: 08/02/13
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    Very very good! Will make again!

  • MissLV23 Posted: 02/28/14
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    Very delicious sauce! I did my pork chops in the oven at about 450 for about 20-25 minutes. All were outstanding, but be careful your grits do not have salt added. If they do, you will probably want to reduce the amount of salt.

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