Wednesday, July 27, 2011

"Breakfast" Pork Chops

Growing up this was a meal we had a on a weekly basis. Now that my husband and I finally have access to a grill, this is something we like to make when we are sick of the usual steak or chicken.
1 package of center cut THIN pork chops (sometimes called breakfast pork chops, usually 4 to a pack)
Adkins seasoning
Obtain a large platter to spread your pork chops on (usually 4 to a package).
Generously season front and back of each pork chop with Adkins seasoning.
Grill on medium to high heat for 4 minutes on each side OR for a more crispy texture, you can cook them on one side without turning them. The pork chops are so thin that they are able to cook all the way through without flipping them. Grill the pork chop until you get grill marks which is about 3 minutes, then turn the pork chop 90 degrees and cook for an additional 3 minutes on that same side. Unfortunately, this time we flipped our pork chops so it did not have the crispy flavor that I love. They were still good though. It is just personal preference. Refer to the blog, "Dad Cooks Dinner," for more grilling tips.
I served my grilled pork chops with grilled corn topped with cotija cheese, parmesan topped tomatoes (see recipe from yesterday) and salad.

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Aunt Sherri said...

What time is dinner tonight??

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