Made the pineapple salsa per directions -- super quick & easy. Served with CL's Vietnamese-spiced pork chops & white rice. Very nice.
Pan-Grilled Pork Chops with Grilled Pineapple Salsa
carolfitz Posted: 03/27/10
Whygal Posted: 04/09/10
YUM!! I made this recipe exactly as written but grilled the chops outside. Served with grilled aspargus. Will add this to the pork chop rotation.
BeckiSue Posted: 02/24/10
Perfect weeknight meal! Flavorful and simple. Will definitely make this again.
DianaCarter Posted: 06/01/10
This is a fabulous recipe that is easy to make and impressive. I used fresh pineapple and grilled it indoors, but I plan to put it on the gas grill too.
crowe1989 Posted: 04/30/10
I did not include the pepper or onions (just not my thing) and grilled the pork chops and pineapple outside. It was a winner in our home! Looking forward to making it again1
Saecca Posted: 03/18/10
Great 5 ingredient meal! I used canned slice pineapple in pineapple juice. They are about 1/2" thick. I grilled up almost the entire can, and the red onions. The salsa was surprisingly sweeter than I thought it would be-- but was still awesome. I also added some of the pineapple juice to the salsa because I only bought 1 lime, and ran out of juice from the marinade and the salsa. My pork chops took almost 10 minutes longer to cook than the recipe said, but it still came out nice. I served it over whole wheat cous cous.
HeatherLynn Posted: 03/22/10
So delicious! It's the perfect meal for a warm summer night. We made everything out on the grill and it was perfect! We served it with a side of lime-cilantro rice. We'll definitely make this again.
mjmmjk Posted: 06/05/10
I rarely make pork but this was delicious. Grilled the pineapple and onions separately since they took different amounts of time to finish. Salsa tasted great chilled the next day with tortilla chips.
Rescue1947 Posted: 02/03/12
This is really good !! Only thing I did was add a little more lime juice on the chops. The salsa also goes great with white rice. I will fix this again.
EllenDeller Posted: 05/26/12
Really enjoyed this dish. I simplified the cooking by sauteing the pork, then adding the salsa ingredients to the same pan as the pork was finishing. I took it off the burner and let the onions and peppers cook in the heat of the pan. The salsa then kept the pork moist and the pineapple carmelized that way too. I did add more lime juice for sparkle and moisture. Served with corn and asparagus, though sweet potatoes would also be great.
daneanp Posted: 11/13/13
Good, simple meal. I used our Trager for both the veggies and the pork. Using a grill rack, it took 10 minutes each side for the pineapple/onion and 7 minutes each side for the pork. Perfect. Don't forget to wear gloves while mincing the jalapeno!