I added 1 Tsp of Mustard Powder and they were delicious. No BBQ sauce needed.On high, grill 2 min rotate 90 degrees, cook 2 min, flip & cook 2 min, rotate 90 degrees and cook 2 min. Turn down to low and cook until 145 degree. I personally like to take off the grill about 140-142 degrees and let them rest as they will continue to cook while resting.
This rub is so quick and easy to make, plus, it is delicious! I doubled recipe so I would have some on hand for another quick grill night. I have to admit I ate two chops - one with BBQ and one without. They were both great, but the BBQ sauce gave it an extra pop.
We loved this dish. Rich and flavorful, without being over the top, this is a quick and simple recipe that's frankly hard to mess up. We did reduce each 1 tsp ingredient to 3/4 tsp, and reduced the 1/2 tsp salt to 1/4 tsp and had plenty of rub for the four pork chops. A great, healthy way to cook pork chops!
I make this all the time. I love it for a quick pork chop meal that is full of flavor. I make up large batches of the spice rub for my spice rack. My husband thinks I should give the spice mix for Christmas presents.
I thought these were good, and they are SO easy. I did also have a little bit more rub than I needed, and I found them to be a little bit spicy. It was good for us, but it might have been a little spicy for some people. I agree with the other reviewers - using a high quality BBQ sauce is important (we use Annie's Smoky Maple BBQ Sauce - my favorite!)! We will make it again.