Pork Chop

Tips For Grilling Pork Chops & How Long to Grill Pork Chops

Pork Chops are great on the grill.  Here are some easy tips for choosing which chops to prepare.   I’ve also included how long each chop should take to cook.

how to choose the best pork chop

 

Thick chops versus thin chops?

Thick chops are often juicier, but take longer to cook than thin chops.  So you can choose a chop based on how much time you have available to cook.

Bone-in chops are a traditional grilling favorite that can be one of the most delicious pieces of meat you’ve ever eaten when properly cooked.  However, a boneless chop can be easier to cut and enjoy.  I think bone-in versus boneless is a personal preference.

 

 

Pork Chop

Pina Colada Ribeye Bone-in Pork Chop

Here is a list of my personal grilling tips to let flavor take over your grill this summer:

-Set pork out of the refrigerator for 20 minutes before grilling

-Get your grill hot prior to cooking

-Use a meat thermometer

-Cook pork to an internal temperature of 145 degrees Fahrenheit and let rest for three minutes before cutting

-Only flip each chop once

boneless pork chop

Sugar & Spice New York Pork Chops

Here are recommended grill times:

Boneless New York (Top Loin) Pork Chop – ¾” thick grill for 10-12 minutes.

Boneless New York (Top Loin) Pork Chop – 1 ½” thick grill for 12-22 minutes.

Boneless Ribeye (Rib) Pork Chop – ¾” thick grill 8-12 minutes.

Boneless Sirloin Pork Chop – ¾” thick grill 8-12 minutes.

Bone-in Porterhouse (Loin) Pork Chop – ¾” 8-12 minutes.

Bone-in Porterhouse (Loin) Pork Chop – 1 ½” 8-12 minutes.

For more detailed cook times and temperatures click here

easy pork chop to grill

Saucy Salsa Ribeye Bone-In Pork Chops

Focus of food safety:

-Don’t reuse marinade

-Use a different cutting board and utensils for raw meat and vegetables

-Wash your hands before and after touching raw meat

ENJOY :)

easy bbq pork chop recipe

Bacon BBQ Pork Chops

 

About Jennifer

Hitched to my best friend Joe, aka the turkey farmer. Proud mama. Non recovering porkaholic. Appreciative of the farm life. Follower of Jesus.


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