What’s your favorite recipe for grilling pork?

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Lisa - posted on 06/27/2012

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I love these Grilled Pork Skewers. They are really popular in Thailand.

Ingredients needed:
Pork; filiet (600g)
Garlic (5 cloves)
Pepper (1 tsp)
Coconut milk (3 tbsp)
Soy sauce (5 tbsp)
Sugar (3 tbsp)
Bamboo skewers (10-15)

Step 1: Chop garlic and mix with pepper into a bowl.
Step 2: Add cut-pork, coconut milk and season with soy sauce and sugar.
Step 3: Mix well and keep it cold over night.
Step 4: Thread marinated filet onto each skewer until finished. To avoid burning, keep turning over the filet on the grill.
Step 5: Serve filet skewers on the plate with, may be, sticky rice and some fresh vegetables like cabbage, cucumber or lettuce.

Full recipe with step by step photos here: http://cookpad.it/recipes/grilled-filet-...

Enjoy! :D

Kristina - posted on 06/12/2012

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I add my basic seasonings whatever you like. And I use a recipe my grandparents used to use. I mix brown sugar with a little bit of yellow mustard. Enough to make it like a sauce. Then I add it the last few minutes while its grilling so it glazes over. It doesnt sound like it would be good but it makes a very tasty pork chop. Ive gotten friends who dont eat pork to try it and they now indulge in pork chops with this sauce. Try it!

Jessica - posted on 05/30/2012

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Ok, I haven't ever really measured, but here is about the jist of it.

4 pork chops (think cut)

Marinated in about

1/2 C. Worcestershire sauce.
dash paprika, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, cayenne and basil.

rub Marinate on and soak for about an hour.

Super yummy!!

Michelle - posted on 05/24/2012

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I put a mixture of olive oil, teriyaki sauce, balsamic dressing, sweet baby rays brown sugar bbq sauce, garlic powder, onion powder, seasoned pepper and italian seasonings in a bowl and mix it together. Take about 1/2 cup out and set aside. Then I place the pork in the bowl and let it marinate for at least a hour or 2, then cook it up. I use the george foreman for this also. When the meat is cooked, I would take the mixture that was set aside and spoon it on to give it a thicker glaze. I don't really have exact measurements, because its all with taste preference.

Robin - posted on 05/15/2012

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IDK any recipes but I always soak my pork in milk and whatever seasonings I have handy for 2 hours. The milk makes the pork very tender. Like cut with a fork no knife needed tender. Then I take and cut a few slits in the top of the meat and put garlic and onion in the slits. Then just cook it.

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User - posted on 07/31/2012

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I've never actually measured it but my family absolutely LOVES this.

Marinate in worsterchire sauce, milk, garlic powder, onion powder, and salt & pepper for about 30 minutes.
Heat olive oil in a skillet. Brown chops on both sides, cook until juices are clear.
Remove chops, add a splash of apple juice to pan to deglaze, stir briskly
Top pork chops with glaze

They come out very tender and with a mix of complimentary flavors. Great served with spinach and baked potatoes!

Monica - posted on 07/30/2012

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I have used this very easy recipe for cooking pork for many years and it is so delicious...take 1/2 cup low sodium soy sauce and 1 cup of apricot preserves, or orange marmalade or heck...combine the two...put in small saucepan and melt the preserves into the soy sauce...add 1/4 teaspoon of ginger if you like (optional) and when the preserves have been melted into the soy sauce, pour over your chops, cover and bake. For grilling, I would take a shallow metal pan, 1/2 inch sides to be safe, place the pork in and pour the sauce over it, grill that way, or I have take aluminum foil (thick kind), put the pork chops on top of the foil on the grill, made sides out of the foil and slowly poured the sauce over the pork to cook that way too, right on the grill. SO DELICIOUS!

Sasha - posted on 07/29/2012

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My husband is a grilling master! When he makes us pork chops he makes this amazing ranch dressing/marinade....with brown sugar. MMM....Now I am hungry!

Katija2013 - posted on 07/28/2012

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I've recently started eating pork again, and i came across this Nigella Lawson recipe:



marinade pork overnight in olive oil, 1 onion, 1 tsp cumin.



grill.



serve with tahini sauce:

3 Tbsp tahini

1 crushed garlic clove (i usually add more as i LOVE garlic)

juice of 1 lemon

salt (to taste)

1 tsp cumin

mix all, then add water in 1 Tbsp amounts until you get the consistency of thickened cream.



Yumm!! Serve with the pork and steamed veggies - eg. spinach, zuccini.



It really is divine. I'd never tasted tahini before, and now i can't get enough of this recipe. Enjoy.

Mother Of Pearls - posted on 07/27/2012

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Marinate it in a lil evoo viniger salt pepper one pack of Saxon a lil of adobo n start grilling

Minna - posted on 07/26/2012

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Bone-in pork shoulder. Oil it up with evo. Rub spices on it-garlic,cayenne,salt,black pepper, whatever you like. Sear it on the grill. Dust a dutch oven with flour and a few inches of water,wine,broth, or combination of all 3. Make a bed of cut up onions ,apples and celery. Cook lid on at 359 for an hour. Take lid off-add liquid if needed and continue on for another hour. Turn oven down to 325 and keep cooking as long as needed adding liquid. Maybe 3 more hours for a 6 lb. roast. Let meat rest. Fish apples out of gravy and season it more if it needs it.

Take whats left after your meal, shred it, add barbecue sauce and you have another meal for later that week.

Sheila - posted on 07/22/2012

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Italian Style Pork

Garlic Powder
Thyme
Sweet Basil
Mixed Italian seasoning
Pork (Doesn't matter what cut or portion size)

Wash off the Pork then make a mixture of seasoning listed according to your taste (We use more Garlic Powder and Thyme). Rub them down (like a dry rub) let them sit in the fridge for about an hour. Grill till cook thoroughly. Plate and serve. (I usually cook an in season veggie on the grill along with it and spread fresh lemon juice over it to keep it moist or spray with olive oil)

Brittany - posted on 07/20/2012

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Allison I tried your Roast Pork with Apple & Onion Gravy recipe the other day!! It was a huge hit with my husband! Amazing recipe thank you!

Jaci - posted on 07/15/2012

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You've really gotta try lime, garlic and wasbi paste. Let marinade for at least two hours in fridge, and then grille. You will love this, not only on pork, but chicken and fish as well. Also with pork, use applemint jelly and wasbi, especially on a loin, you will enjoy this immensley and so will your guest!

Anon - posted on 07/13/2012

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Eat it bloody. If possible, and you own the utensils, cut the meat from a live pig. Embrace the warm and succulent texture. Relish in the natural spice.

Elizabeth - posted on 07/12/2012

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My husband started doing this one when he was out on a seismic crew many years ago..it is fantastic.....Marinate your pork in zesty italian dressing, and lemon slices....then throw on the grill. It gives it wonderful flavor and the oil in the dressing keeps it juicy.

Mother Of Pearls - posted on 07/09/2012

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for grilled pork i would make some potato salad and cheesee bake mac and cheese after seasoning the pork with sazon adobo black pepper and a lil evoo and your good to go

Charlotte - posted on 07/02/2012

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Thanks for the recipe Melissa! I tried it the other night and my husband loved it!

Jodi - posted on 06/28/2012

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I use my NuWave oven to make pork chops with just a drizzle of Lawry's Hawaiian Marinade. Depending on the thickness of the chops I cook them for 5-8 minutes per high on the high setting. :) SOOO DELICIOUS!

Patricia - posted on 06/27/2012

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I love cooking pork with Applejuice or applesauce- homemade juicer is you have it.

Ceidre - posted on 06/27/2012

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The best place for pork would be buried 7' under. Yes! I mean it have you seen the worms that come out of pork afte pouring coco-cola on it - it is a meat that should not be eaten. Very dirty meat that is crawling with parasites and tape worms.

Could you not use another kind of meat???

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My favorite recipe for grilling pork would be a vietnamse recipe called lemongrass porkchop.

6 porkchops with or without bone
2 tbs of fish sauce ( i use the 3 crab brand)
2-3 tbs of minced lemongrass ( i used the frozen minced lemongrass)
4-6 cloves of minced garlic
1 tsp of chopped red thai chili
1-2 tbs of sugar
1 tbs of vegetable or canola oil
a dash of pepper

combine all the ingredients together to marinate for 30 minute to an hour and grill it up!!! serve with rice or sliced it up and put it on top of lettuce, cucumbers and tomatoes!! Enjoy!=)

Erin - posted on 06/23/2012

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I'm a simpleton I just cook it in vegitable oil with some flour salt and pepper :)

Marissa - posted on 06/14/2012

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Boneless pork chops.... Worechestershire sauce in a bowl with seasoning salt mints onion and mints garlic with some pepper stir together and soak pork chops in it then gril until done

Carla - posted on 06/03/2012

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My favorite Recipe is stuffed pork.
get a good pece of Filet of Pork that looks like filet Mignon and drill a hole in the middle of the top top of the filet. Take the piece that you took out and cut in very small pieces and fry up with bacon, onions and a tomatoes. Make a Bernaise sauce and add the pork middle that you fried up with the onions bacon and tomoatoes, add thebernaise sauce and fill the hole that you drilled with all that goodness that you just made, bake in a 325 degree oven for 30 minutes, serve on top of homemade mash potatoes and some steamed asparagus and yuuuuuuumy!!!! A feast fit for a king, or queen!!!

User - posted on 05/29/2012

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I use this marinate:



1/2 soy sauce

1 cup olive oil

Grill mates or similar product.



Mix them together in a gallon ziplock bag add whatever meat you want.



Then grill 2 or more hours later.





The Savings Wife

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Allison - posted on 05/09/2012

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Roast Pork with Apple & Onion Gravy

1 boneless pork loin roast (about 3 pounds)

1 teaspoon lemon pepper seasoning

1 tablespoon vegetable oil

1/2 cup chopped peeled apple

1 small onion, chopped (about 1/4 cup)

1 can (10 1/2 ounces) Campbell's® Golden Pork Gravy

Season the pork with the lemon pepper. Place the pork into a roasting pan. Roast at 325°F. for 1 hour 45 minutes or until the pork is cooked through. Remove the pork to a cutting board. Let stand for 10 minutes before slicing.
Heat the oil in the roasting pan over medium-high heat. Add the apple and onion and cook until tender, stirring occasionally. Add the gravy and cook until the mixture is hot and bubbling, stirring to scrape up the browned bits from the bottom of the pan. Serve the gravy with the pork.

Bridget - posted on 05/09/2012

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This is a favorite of mine!



Grilled Hawaiian Pork Chops



4 boneless pork chops (at least 2/3 inch thick)

1 cup soy sauce

1/2 cup brown sugar

2 cloves garlic, chopped

1 teaspoon cooking sherry

1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper

juice of 1 lime

1/2 teaspoon ground ginger



Place the pork chops in a large ziploc bag. Whisk together the soy sauce, garlic, sherry, cayenne, lime juice and ground ginger and pour into the ziploc bag with the pork chops. Seal the bag and place in the refrigerator for at least 3 hours.



Preheat the grill to medium-high heat and cook the pork chops for about 3 minutes on each side until done. If using a meat thermometer, it should reach 170 degrees internally.



Serve with grilled fresh pineapple, if desired.



Grilled Hawaiian Pork Chops



4 boneless pork chops (at least 2/3 inch thick)

1 cup soy sauce

1/2 cup brown sugar

2 cloves garlic, chopped

1 teaspoon cooking sherry

1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper

juice of 1 lime

1/2 teaspoon ground ginger



Place the pork chops in a large ziploc bag. Whisk together the soy sauce, garlic, sherry, cayenne, lime juice and ground ginger and pour into the ziploc bag with the pork chops. Seal the bag and place in the refrigerator for at least 3 hours.



Preheat the grill to medium-high heat and cook the pork chops for about 3 minutes on each side until done. If using a meat thermometer, it should reach 170 degrees internally.



Serve with grilled fresh pineapple, if desired.



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