cooking pork chops

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Re: cooking pork chops

Post by SmokinM » Mon Jan 23, 2017 5:51 pm

Grill them on one side, flip them and coat with apple butter, when almost done melt pepper jack cheese on top. They are fantastic and you can cook them to your desired doneness! Not pork but basting bacon wrapped scallops with apple butter when you grill them is also great!



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Re: cooking pork chops

Post by j_20 » Tue Jan 24, 2017 7:47 am

SmokinM wrote:Grill them on one side, flip them and coat with apple butter, when almost done melt pepper jack cheese on top. They are fantastic and you can cook them to your desired doneness! Not pork but basting bacon wrapped scallops with apple butter when you grill them is also great!


SmokinM I do something very similar I coat both sides with apple butter wrap in foil throw on medium heat for about 5 to 6 minutes the pull from foil and give a quick sear to each side. Thought I was the only one with this idea haha

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Re: cooking pork chops

Post by SmokinM » Tue Jan 24, 2017 8:20 pm

They are pretty darn good that way. Also like them with a spicy mango chutney. Pork is perfect for a little sweet heat.

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Re: cooking pork chops

Post by wacocowboy » Fri Jan 27, 2017 11:39 pm

SmokinM wrote:They are pretty darn good that way. Also like them with a spicy mango chutney. Pork is perfect for a little sweet heat.


Those both sound interesting will have to try it.
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