BBQ & Grilled Pork Chop Recipes

Juicy pork chops are great on the grill. Dozens of these top-rated grilled pork chops start with a soak in a fantastic marinade. Get the recipes!

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Dijon Grilled Pork Chops

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My husband loves this sweet and tangy marinade! We serve it with applesauce on the side and mashed potatoes.

Southern Sweet Grilled Pork Chops

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This was created after lots of thinking on how to tease the taste buds between hot and sweet. These, paired with grilled asparagus and a good red wine, make for an awesome meal that will have your taste buds screaming for more. When cooked right, the seasoning mixture will practically caramelize over the chops. This helps seal in the juices and gives delicious flavor. Hope you guys enjoy.

Best Pork Chop Marinade

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This is the best pork chop marinade I've ever tasted. I starting throwing things together in a bowl and I'm so glad I wrote it down...try this! Flavor is best when pork is grilled.

Grilled Mongolian Pork Chops

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Once marinated, these pork chops can be cooked any way you like, but for the true experience, you're going to want to cook these on a charcoal grill. For me, it's the smokiness that brings all these flavors together.
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Amazing 'Pizza' Pork Chops

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I threw these delicious pork chops together with some extra things from the garden. My 5-year-old daughter named them pizza pork chops because she says they tasted like pizza.

Molasses Brined Pork Chops

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Brining pork chops is like upgrading to premium cable; once you do it, you can't go back to basic. Dissolve salt and molasses in water, toss in the chops, and wait. What do you get from such little effort? A pork chop that's seasoned from the inside out, with a firm, but very moist texture.
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Best Grilled Pork Chops

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This is a simple recipe. It is simple to throw together the marinade in the morning before going off to work and come home to an easy dinner to prepare at night.

Grilled Italian Pork Chops

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Grilled pork chops covered with ham, tomato and mozzarella cheese.

World's Best Honey Garlic Pork Chops

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A quick and simple grilled pork chop that everyone will love featuring a simple and easy glaze.

Grilled Pork Loin Chops

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Tangy, a little sweet, very moist and very easy to prepare -- you're going to love these grilled chops. They turn out wonderfully tasty with an awesome array of flavors. You might want to throw an extra chop on the grill for leftovers, because you will have a craving for it the next day -- guaranteed.

Smoky Grilled Pork Chops

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These thick pork chops have a smoky flavor, are very moist and tender, and the rub is easy to make. A family favorite, always requested at BBQs. I like to serve these chops with loaded baked potatoes and a garden salad.

Asian Marinated Pork Chops

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This is one of my favorite marinades to use for grilled pork chops. I usually just throw ingredients as I see fit, so the measurements are estimates. The roasted red chili paste can be found in the Asian section of your grocery store.

Inspiration and Ideas

Summer Grilled Pork Chops

Want perfect pork chops? Grill until an instant-read thermometer reaches 140° F (60 C). They'll continue to cook while resting, reaching 145°. Mmm, juicy!

Soy and Honey Pork Chops

"Loved it! Easy, husband helped with the grilling. He had a great time. Onions were a perfect garnish. Almost looked like restaurant dinner!" – Huawife

Momma Pritchett's Grilled Pork Chops and Apple-Pear Topping

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Well, I have yet to really eat good BBQ pork chops. I was tired of the three or four different baking methods and I decided to try something a bit different. If you are not into sweet, then this probably isn't the recipe for you. I would suggest squeezing a bit of lime juice over the meat in order to break up the sweetness. I have never paid attention to what type of pork chops I had either, I just grabbed and baked...but apparently it is all in the cut of the meat! I also froze a few heads of romaine lettuce for about an hour, divided it up into 8 portions, and added Parmesan cheese and dressing of choice.... MMMM!