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Outdoor_cooking - Quick Grilled Pork Chops With Jerk Sauce Post by :gravesl22 Category :Learning Kitchen Author :Unknown Date :March 2012 Read :2801

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Outdoor_cooking - Quick Grilled Pork Chops With Jerk Sauce

2 large center cut pork chops -- 3/4"-1" thick
4 tbsp. your favorite spice rub
1/3 cup jerk marinade -- or a bit more


Chops: 6 hours before cooking, sprinkle salt and pepper on each pork chop. Rub with spice rub and place in ziploc bag. Let marinate for 6 hours, depending on how much time you have. Then add the Jerk marinade to the bag and rub it into the chops. Let marinate another few hours, turning the bag every once in awhile to make sure that the chops are completely covered.

When ready to cook, preheat George Foreman Grill (or outdoor grill). When hot, let the excess drip off the chops. Pat them with a paper towel. Place them on the grill and let them cook for 5 minutes. Remove from machine.

Serve with bbq accompaniments or comfort food like mashed potatoes.
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