The Best Pork Chops You Will Ever Eat

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If your looking for the best recipe ever for pork chops then you may have just found it. These pork chops are bold and delicious, just simply packed with flavor.
If your looking for the best recipe ever for pork chops then you may have just found it. These pork chops are bold and delicious, just simply packed with flavor. | Source

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The Best Grilled Pork Chops Ever

You want to grill these pork chops and you want them to be bone in and about four ounces each. They should also be a little thicker than you would normally use for a fried pork chop.But once you prep and cook these pork chops I think you'll agree that they are the best grilled pork chops that you'll ever eat.

Pork Rub Recipe

1. One Tablespoon White Pepper.

2. Three Tablespoons Black Pepper.

3. Two Tablespoons Ground Sea Salt.

4. Two Thirds Cup Hungarian Paprika.

5. One Teaspoon Dry Mustard.

6. One Half Cup Brown Sugar.

7. Two Teaspoons Cayenne Pepper.

Mix all your ingredients for your pork rub together and store them in a plastic container with a lid. Be sure to label your container so you'll know later what's in it.This rub is excellent on almost any type of pork and also on chicken. If you want to use it for chicken add ground rosemary to the rub that your going to be using on your chicken.

The Best Grilled Pork Chops Ever Instructions

You want to buy your pork chops and when you get home I suggest putting them into a bowl and pour a fourth of a cup of sesame oil into the bowl with the pork chops. Massage the oil into your pork chops with your hands being sure to coat the pork chops all over.

Now lay the pork chops out on a sheet of plastic wrap that is large enough to wrap them up in when your finished. Sprinkle a coating of the pork rub all over your pork chops and rub it in very well all over your pork chops. be sure that when you get through that the pork chops are thoroughly covered with the pork rub.

Now wrap your pork chops up tightly in the plastic wrap and place them in the refrigerator for at least eight hours before you cook them. I leave mine overnight and that works perfect.

The next day when you get ready to cook the pork chops you want a grill that is at a low medium heat and you'll want to spray the racks where your going to lay your pork chops with vegetable cooking spray so your pork chops won't stick.

You'll want to cook these pork chops slowly over a longer period of time than you normally would for pork chops. And this is the reason that the fire must be at about medium. Too hot of a grill and you'll burn your pork chops before they get done. You'll want to cook your bone in grilled pork chops until they reach an internal temperature of 160 degrees.

If the outside of your pork chops start getting to done wrap the pork chops in tin foil wrap and finish cooking them wrapped to prevent the outside of your pork chops from getting to done or burning. Once you get these pork chops done I think you'll agree that you have just made the best grilled pork chops you'll ever eat. They really are that good.

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Rosemary Grilled Pork Chops

Every once in a while I get a craving for delicious rosemary grilled pork chops. In order to make these pork chops the best you'll need fresh sprigs of rosemary and a large metal lid to cover your pork chops with. I have a large metal lid that has a metal knob to pick it up with and you need something similar.

You will want to start with some nice thick bone in pork chops and you'll want to start by soaking your pork chops in a plastic container with lid in liquid Italian Dressing. You'll have the best results by soaking the pork chops overnight in the Italian Dressing. The next day when you get ready to cook them wash the pork chops off under cold running water.

Let me tell you here that the best pork chops for this recipe are between 6-8 ounces each with the bone in. You want them at least an inch thick. These will make the best Rosemary Grilled Pork Chops that you'll ever taste. If your pork chops are to thin cooking them this way will be a lot harder to do.

After you have washed your pork chops off under cold running water rub them down with olive oil and then sprinkle them on both sides with ground sea salt, and black pepper. Put it on a little heavy because some of it will fall off on the grill while the pork chops are cooking. If you like you can also choose to rub your pork chops down with the pork rub from the recipe above.

You can start off by laying each pork chop on a sprig of rosemary on the grill. Place the pork chops close together and lay sprigs of rosemary on top of the pork chops. Now cover the pork chops with a metal lid to keep the rosemary smoke in and around the pork chops.

Don't turn the pork chops any more than is necessary. And keep the pork chops covered with the metal lid to keep the rosemary smoke working it's way into the pork chops. If you love rosemary like I do I bet you'll be making these delicious pork chops again and again.

If you like using wood chips for the smoke taste while grilling you can soak sprigs of rosemary for a few hours in water and add a few soaked rosemary sprigs at a time as you add your wood chips to your charcoal fire. You'll end up with some of the best rosemary grilled pork chops that you'll ever taste.

If the outside of your pork chops start to look like they are burning or about to burn it's perfectly okay to wrap each pork chop in tin foil wrap tightly at this point and finish cooking them. If you do wrap them with tin foil wrap be sure to include a sprig of rosemary inside the wrap with each pork chop. You'll end up with a tasty delicious rosemary pork chop and it won't get burned this way.

Deep Fried Pork Chops, Mashed Potatoes, And Gravy

Deep Fried Southern Style Pork Chops are one of my favorite ways to make pork chops. If your looking for really great pork chop recipes you need to check out this recipe.
Deep Fried Southern Style Pork Chops are one of my favorite ways to make pork chops. If your looking for really great pork chop recipes you need to check out this recipe. | Source

Deep Fried Southern Style Pork Chops

These deep fried southern style pork chops really are a comfort food. My Grandmother Hattie and my Mom Virginia both used to make pork chops this way and I wish I had a dollar for every pork chop I've made this way.

I use center cut bone in pork chops for this recipe because I think they have the best flavor. And after all it's the flavor we all want. With this recipe I keep it real simple and I think it makes the best southern style pork chops you'll ever eat.

You'll want to set up one bowl with a cup of buttermilk and two eggs in it and you'll want to beat the buttermilk and eggs together very well with a wire whisk. You want to be sure that you beat the eggs and buttermilk together very well. I sometimes put the buttermilk and eggs in my blender so that they get very well mixed together.

In another bowl I mix the below.

1. One Cup Flour.

2. One Teaspoon Ground Sea Salt.

3. One Teaspoon Ground Black Pepper.

4. One Teaspoon Powdered Garlic.

I mix all the dry ingredients together very well.

I start by dipping my raw pork chops into the buttermilk and eggs and then into the flour mixture. Then I put the breaded pork chop back into the buttermilk and egg mixture and then back into the flour mixture. This double breads the pork chop and it will cook up into the best pork chops you'll ever eat.

You can cook these pork chops up in a pan with a inch or two of vegetable cooking oil but they will cook best in a home deep fryer. You want to cook the pork chops until they are golden brown and until they reach an internal temperature of 160 degrees.

This is the way pork chops have been cooked in the southern United States for hundreds of years. And I promise you they will be some of the most delicious pork chops that you'll ever taste. Once you cook your pork chops you'll want to drain them well on a wire rack in a metal pan or on paper towels to soak up the extra grease. Now while this isn't the healthiest way to cook pork chops they are the most delicious pork chops you'll ever taste. You won't ever find a better tasting pork chop. With green beans, mashed potatoes, gravy, and biscuits you have one of the best meals you'll ever eat in your life.

Delicious Barbecue Pork Chops

Deep fry your pork chops by the above recipe and once you get the pork chops cooked place them into a large bowl. Click Here and scroll to the bottom of this Hub Page and make the recipe you'll find there for the tomato based barbecue sauce. Pour a cup of this barbecue sauce over your pork chops and use a set of tongs to coat them well. And now you have the best barbecue pork chops you'll ever taste.

Delicious Pork Chop Biscuits

Buy the boneless breakfast pork chops and cook them by the above recipe. Bake some frozen southern biscuits from your supermarket and when they are done put a cooked breaded breakfast pork chop in each biscuit. Try these pork chop biscuits with brown mustard. Some people even add egg and cheese for a hearty breakfast biscuit.

Thanks For Reading My Hub Page On Pork Chop Recipes

I want to thank you for reading my Hub Page on Pork Chop Recipes. I hope you get to make some of these recipes real soon. I guarantee you that all the recipes on this page are delicious. In fact some of the most delicious pork chop recipes you'll ever get a chance to make and eat. I hope there's pork chops in your future real soon.

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Please Post Your Comments About Pork Chop Recipes. I Hope There Are Pork Chops In Your Future Real Soon. Thanks For Reading. 8 comments

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Blond Logic 2 years ago from Brazil

We eat pork chops pretty often. Normally I just fry them but your rub and the Italian dressing idea sound tasty.

The pork here is very tasty but sometimes tough. Another thing is the way they cut it here. (I live in Brazil). My husband will look at it and not be able to figure out where the piece came from It is almost cut on an angle. Often it is locally reared and slaughtered. The best way to describe their technique of butchering is 'creative'.


Tommy Arizona 4 years ago

Another really well written article. Thanks very much again. Enjoyed it.


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carol7777 4 years ago from Arizona

We have lots of fresh rosemary around--I am going to try this. Thanks for sharing.


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twilanelson 4 years ago from Carmichael, California

More amazing recipes. Your pork rub recipe has a seasoning combination that I am not familiar with. I believe it when you say it could be the best ever and I will be trying it. Thank you!


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crazyhorsesghost 4 years ago from East Coast , United States Author

Yes and the other effects of the rosemary are good for you to. Thanks for the comment.


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carol7777 4 years ago from Arizona

Everything you need to know about porkchops is right here. I feel like grabbing some from the freezer to try these great grilling ideas. Did you know that putting Rosemary on barbecued foods rids a great deal of any carcinogens from barbecuing. Great up Vote UP


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crazyhorsesghost 4 years ago from East Coast , United States Author

Thanks I appreciate the comment. And they are wonderful on a biscuit.


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vespawoolf 4 years ago from Peru, South America

Wow! These pork chops sound fabulous, especially the grilled and rosemary pork chops. I also like the idea of eating them on a biscuit. Voted up!

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