Asian Pork Chops


Soy, orange, brown sugar and ginger brings out the asian flare to these chops for a nice change of pace. 


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Asian Pork Chops

Overseas anyone?

These chops are absolutely delightful and bring a nice warm flavor to what could otherwise be boring pork chops.  We suggest making several as most guests love something this good that they don't ordinarily make for themselves.

  4 bone-in rib chops about 1 1/4 inches thick

  • 1/4 cup orange juice
  • 1/4 cup soy sauce, low sodium is ok
  • 3 teaspoons orange zest
  • 2 Tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 Tablespoon brown sugar
  • 1 Tablespoon grated fresh ginger
  • 1 Tablespoon ground turmeric
  • 1 Tablespoon fresh ground black pepper

Trim any excess fat from the pork chops and discard. Combine all the ingredients in a zip lock plastic bag and mix thoroughly.

Add the pork chops and coat all sides.  Allow to marinate for about 6 hours before firing up the grill.

Prepare a medium hot fire.  We recommend using hickory chips/chunks on the fire to add a great smoky flavor to your chops.  Each time you turn the chops, add a little more of the wood chips should the smoke not be as much as you desire.

Cook chops until done or until the middle reaches about 150° using a digital thermometer. The juices should be running clear at this time.  If you have a nice char on the chops due to the fire being a little hotter than normal, simply move them to a cooler portion of the grill, close the lid and allow the meat to cook until the desired internal temperature is reached.




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