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.See Popular Pork Chop Marinades Recipes
For this easy entree, just brush thick pork chops with a flavorful marinade of herb and olive oil, and then roast until done.
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Thick pork chops sizzling on the grill have are a favorite summer dinner in Iowa. This slightly sweet marinade makes the juiciest chops ever.
A bottled ginger vinaigrette salad dressing enhances the flavors of this Asian main dish recipe.
When Matt Molina arrived in Italy, he had succulent pork chops wrapped in thin layers of lardo (cured pork fat) at La Locanda della Ribollita in Chiusi. If lardo is hard to find, substitute pancetta (cured pork belly rolled into a log); unfurl the slices into long strips before wrapping the chops.
When it's time to fire up the grill, pork chops are not always the first choice. But just as with all other, perhaps more popular, pork cuts -- ribs, brats, tenderloin -- grilling pork chops is all about flavor. Add a little smoky, sweet barbecue sauce and a side or two, and you've got the perfect summer meal.
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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.
Close your eyes, take a bite, and you feel like you're in The Islands!
A delightful marinade that brings a little taste of France to any meat.
Sometimes, less is more. Nothing proves that better than the Pork Chop on a Stick at the Iowa State Fair. Out in back of the booth (not surprisingly, sponsored by the National Pork Board, ) was a giant, portable pork-chop rotisserie, merrily rotating and roasting hundreds of boneless loin chops -- all perfectly browned, perfectly tender, and perfectly moist.