Pork Chop Marinades
Thin or thick, bone in or boneless, smothered in a mouth-watering marinade, pork chops are a favorite dinner delight. Try recipes such as Summer Pork Chops with Corn-Mango Salsa, Pork Chops Primavera, or Cranberry-Orange Pork Chops to take your chops to the next level with marinades.
For this easy entree, just brush thick pork chops with a flavorful marinade of herb and olive oil, and then roast until done.
Thick pork chops sizzling on the grill have are a favorite summer dinner in Iowa. This slightly sweet marinade makes the juiciest chops ever.
An orange, garlic, sesame and chili marinade gives these bone-in pork chops their signature (and scrumptious) Asian flavors.
This spicy, golden marinade, with a splash of sweet honey, is delicious used on pork, chicken, lamb, or beef.
A bottled ginger vinaigrette salad dressing enhances the flavors of this Asian main dish recipe.
Hosting a cookout? Make these beer-flavored chops to serve with grilled onions and chilled coleslaw. Marinating and brushing chops with dark heavy beer, honey mustard, and garlic intensifies flavor and seals in moist juices.
Cheddar cheese melts invitingly over thick-cut chops that are touched with the flavor of honey wheat beer. This grilled dish is bound to be a favorite.
These pita sandwiches borrow the spicy peanut flavors of an Indonesian satay. For easy preparation, grill the boneless pork chops whole and then cut into thins strips. Serve with lettuce, carrot, and the tongue-tingling sauce.
Marinated pork adds bold flavor while crunchy coleslaw lends a colorful component to this spicy Asian spaghetti dinner.
Mashed potatoes with bits of scallion are a tasty side dish to serve with the grilled pork chops and tomatoes.
Grill Pork chops indoors and serve with bok choy and a warm orange sauce. Bok choy looks like white celery with wide, dark green leaves.
Chili powder, cumin, cinnamon, and hot pepper sauce guarantee these easy-to-prepare Spicy Grilled Pork Chops live up to their name.
Chili powder, cumin, cinnamon, and hot pepper sauce guarantee these chops live up to their name--SPICY.
Tuck some pita bread rounds on the grill to make a side dish for the pork chops and relish to make a complete dinner.