What starts with a thick cut pork chop, will end with an empty plate.
Lance's Grilled Pork Chop
Why it's on our list
Whitney’s husband Lance loves to grill and one of his favorite proteins to throw on the Bar B is a thick cut boneless pork chop. This shockingly easy recipe is great for the grilling novice or the green egg, Traeger smoking pro.
There are two key things to remember for this recipe
Season early and let it rest
Cook on indirect heat after a good hard sear
4 Thick cut boneless pork chops
1/2 cup of your favorite meat seasoning. Lance often uses Cajun
Salt and Pepper
Season the pork liberally with the seasoning at least 30 minutes before cooking or up to overnight
Heat Grill while letting your chops soak up that seasoning. When using a gas grill you want to create two zones
Once the grill is nice and hot. Place the chops in the hot side of the grill at a 45 degree angle from the grates for perf grill marks. After two minutes rotate to the other 45 degrees and cook for another two minutes. Flip to the other side and repeat the 45 degree angle method (two mins and two mins). Total of 8 mins for both sides.
Move to indirect heat to finish cooking to 140 degrees approximately 16-18 mins. Pork is done at 145 degrees but removing at 140 will allow it to finish cooking while resting and retain the juiciness! Rest for 5-10 mins.
Courtney & Whitney
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