Orange Marinade For Grilled Pork Chops
0 comment Friday, May 16, 2014 |
Ok, you are looking for a marinade in particular for pork chops. Try to stay awake and if you can't, maybe the next person will be able to:
  • 1 Cup Orange Juice
  • � Cup of Apple Cider Vinegar
  • 2 tbl of EVOO (Rachael knows what those initials stand for�hope you do!)
  • 2 tbl of Ground Cinnamon
  • � tsp of Cayenne Pepper
  • Do I have to tell you to stir all this up?
    Get yourself a large plastic marinating bag or, like I prefer, a Tupperware Season-Serve Marinating Container (below)�.greatest thing since "Sliced Bread"! And, don't ever marinate anything in aluminum foil� it?
    Pour the marinade on the pork chops & not yourself. For the super impatient, marinate the pork chops for at least 4 hours. For the "really cool folks" more like overnight.
    Before you grill those pork chops, let them sit out for at least a half hour. For the rednecks, that means the exact time it takes to drink four 16 ounce "Cold Ones" and munch on a possum jerky stick.
    Ooh yeah, combo brew and the possum jerky makes for really cool breath.
    While the chops are sitting out on the counter, start the barbecue grill. Nice medium temperature of 350 degrees will get it. We aren't out to sear them like a steak or burn em' up.
    Next, drain off the marinade�I was hoping I really didn't have to tell you that before you put them on the grill.
    Seriously, once you put them on the grill, baste the chops lightly with the marinade. Use a plastic bristled brush.
    Watch the pork chops! Means keep your eyes on them. Don't let them burn. Move them around on the grill. We want them to get to 170 degrees. Get a meat thermometer�get a life!
    For the really "dumb" don't forget to take them off the grill when they are done cooking�then eat em'!
    Hey, this marinade recipe will work for spare ribs, pork roast and grilled pork chops.

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