Grilling Recipes – How to Grill Pork Loin Chops

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Get the recipe for Grilled Pork Loin Chops at http://allrecipes.com/recipe/grilled-pork-loin-chops/detail.aspx

Watch how to give pork loin chops a boost of flavor with a sweet and savory marinade. Garlic, honey, soy sauce and ketchup form a base for the marinade. Fire up the grill or bake the chops in the oven. Either way, they’ll come out juicy and tender.

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Donica Keogh says:

Grilling pork loin chops

Joseon In says:

Get rid of the plastic bags as it can cause cancer over time.

Khalid Hyper says:

Im not a pork fan 

Allrecipes says:

Mmmmm, yes! Try it, killah rhyme. Lamb has a meatier flavor than pork so the marinade flavors might compete with the meat, but give it a try and let us know how it works out.

killah rhyme says:

can i use lamb instead of pork . i really have to give this recipie a try.

Chhorvin Nana says:

Try to imagine what her face look like ? 

Arries David says:

So pretentious, measured honey and catsup but wasted 1/4 of it.

Dwayne Wladyka says:

This looks really tasty!

Maricruz Romero says:

I am going to have to try this one it looks delicious!

Vincenzos Plate says:

This recipe is incredibly delicious 

Raz says:

Can I use beef instead of pork?

In The Kitchen With Jonny says:

perfection

Besyatka says:

I'm always getting so angry when they leave half of the prepared ingredients in their cups, damn!!!

aznmickster says:

Why pat dry and then baste?

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