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    Grilled pork chop seasoning?

    What’s your favorite seasoning for grilled pork chops? I’ve tried many but I am still searching for the ONE!

    #2
    Maybe it is just us but we love Montreal seasoning on grilled pork chops.

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    • Mark-B
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      I’ll have to try it sometime. One of my favorites on steak.

    • Mr. Bones
      Mr. Bones commented
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      Yup, agreed; happens frequently, here at Th Firebase...!

    #3
    I wet brine pork chops and then put MMD on them right before they hit the grill. At the very end, I sizzle some mustard BBQ sauce onto them.

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      #4
      TexJoy steak seasoning is awesome on grilled pork.

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      Just made a new seasoning, Kitchen Pepper, that is very interesting yet good, especially on pork. I got this recipe from Townsend's youtube channel (they are an 18th century reenactment supply company and post lots of videos of 18th century cooking).

      6 oz. Salt
      1 oz. powdered Ginger
      1/2 oz. ground Black pepper
      1/2 oz. ground Nutmeg
      1/2 oz. ground Clove
      1/2 oz. ground Cinnamon

      Recipe is at 2:20 in the video:

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        #5
        Equal parts of kosher salt, black pepper, paprika, granulated garlic and granulated onion. If you want it hotter throw in some cayenne.

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        • Mr. Bones
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          Agreed, an an excellent tutorial on how to tweak up some SPOG, make it yer very own, Brother!
          Me Likeys!

        #6
        Hands down our favorite for years. Its just great, i use it exclusively on pork chops or pork loin. Only problem is since holland went out of business not sure if you can get it or if its the same recipe . I have about a year supply left so haven't looked into it. But give this a try if you can get it! Click image for larger version

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        • Mr. Bones
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          It would seem to me that ya had better start yer journey of deconstructin it, so's ya can replicate it, if they went outta bidness...leastwise, that's what I'd be chasin after...ymmv...

        • tiewunon
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          marshall about 7 months ago I ordered that spice from Bakers Gas & Welding out of Ohio. Funny story I ordered a part for my Epic from them. Lady on the phone said they still had Holland spices. I ordered 3 shakers.

        #7
        McCormick’s Chipotle and Roasted Garlic is a staple at our house. It’s great on pork chops, chicken parts, and even turkey. We put it one ground turkey or pork burgers too. Just had it on Iowa Chops for lunch today.

        Also, it’s no where near as spicy as it sounds, my daughter that thinks too much black pepper can get spicy, eats it and never complains.
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        • Mr. Bones
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          Haven't, previously, been aware of this (Don't git out much ) but will be on th lookout fer it, an try it out!

          Many Thanks, amigo!

        • glitchy
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          I make a few of my own rubs especially for special cooks when I want to dry brine. However, I’m too lazy and don’t plan every meal ahead so this, Montreal Steak and a couple Oakridge BBQ rubs get a lot of use. I finally found the lower sodium Montreal Steak too so I can apply even more :-)

          They also do the Chipotle and roasted garlic in a marinade mix too. I’ve only used it a couple times and it might have a little bit of spice too it, but similar flavor.

        • Mark-B
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          I will be looking out for this one! TY

        #8
        For me it depends on my mood. Sometimes i use a sweet rub like I use on ribs and other times i just use SPG.

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          Three parts McCormick Jerk seasoning
          Three parts Vegetable Oil
          Two parts Soy Sauce
          One part Apple Cider Vinegar

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          • Mark-B
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            Do you marinade the chops in this mix? Sounds tasty.

          • ssandy_561
            ssandy_561 commented
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            Yes, yes I do. I’ll also baste them a bit as I’m cooking them. No basting the last 10 minutes though since it’s the same stuff I marinaded the chips in.

          #10
          Oddly enough, lemon pepper chops are quite tasty, as well...mebbe a splash or two of worsh yer sister...

          Also, never underestimate th power of Mrs. Dash Original....

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            #11
            I've been using Chris Lilly's Spicy Apricot Sauce on pork chops and loins lately, it's delicious!

            https://amazingribs.com/tested-recip...-apricot-sauce

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              #12
              A little bit of salt.

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                #13
                We keep it simple with light kosher salt, a generous sprinkle of ground sage and a touch of smoke which let's the pork chop just be a pork chop.

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                  #14
                  Here's one from my wife's cousins in Tyler, Tx. Very simple, but these were some of the best pork chops we've had. Dry brine with kosher salt, at least 2 hours or over night. Rub with Worcestershire sauce and then a liberal coating of Accent, Lawry's Seasoning Salt and Lemond Pepper. Pull at 135 and sear both sides at high heat. Give it a try, you'll be pleasantly surprised.
                  Last edited by wrgilb; September 7, 2020, 08:01 AM.

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