Want the secret to a fast grilled meal? Mix up this marinade the night before. Put the pork chops and the marinade in a resealable bag and refrigerate. The next day you can light the grill and have the chops ready in less time than it takes to put together a salad.
This is your shortcut solution to Carolina Pulled Pork Barbecue. While it lacks the authentic flavor of slow smoked barbecue, if its all you have to work with, then go for it.
This is a delicious rotisserie pork roast recipe that you will want to make again and again.
Spice these pork chops up by adding more chili powder, or perhaps some cayenne to the rub. Remember to grill them hot and fast.
This pork tenderloin is marinated in a Asian-style marinade that keeps the meat tender and adds a lot of delicious flavor. Marinate overnight or for at least a four hours to get the maximum affect.
This recipe works great because you mix together the sauce, drain off the liquid to use as the marinade and then top the grilled chops with what's left.
These pork chops are not only simple, but really delicious. Though you can use any kind of pork chop you wish to, center cut is recommended for this recipe.
This slow roasted leg of pork is probably one of the best pork roasts you'll ever eat. The secret is in the slow roasting. Remember to put a drip pan under the roast so you can catch the juices. Keep some water in the pan so it doesn't dry out as you baste the leg while it cooks.
The beer brine helps to flavor and tenderize these pork chops. You'll be surprised at just how delicious and tender these turn out.