How to Make Perfect Grilled Pork Chops | The Stay At Home Chef

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How to Make Perfect Grilled Pork Chops | The Stay At Home Chef
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Perfect Grilled Pork Chops are actually really easy to make. Choose the right cut, add some seasoning, and grill the best pork chop you’ve ever had in your life!


4 bone-in thick center cut or rib chop pork chops
2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
2 teaspoons paprika
2 teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon black pepper


1. Heat an outdoor grill to high heat, about 500 degrees Fahrenheit.

2. Prepare your chops by rubbing both sides with olive oil.

3. In a small bowl, stir together paprika, salt, and pepper. Sprinkle the mixture on each side of the pork chops and rub it in.

4. Grill the chop by searing each side for 2 minutes over the high heat. Remove the chops to an upper rack or to a spot with indirect heat to finish cooking.

5. Reduce the burners to medium, close the lid, and cook for about another 15 minutes more. Actual cooking time will depend on the heat of your grill and the thickness of your pork chop. Pork needs to be cooked to an internal temperature of 145 degrees Fahrenheit.

6.Let rest 5 to 10 minutes before serving.

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V says:

I just want to know if shes that Single Stay At Home Chef cause I think I'm in love!

mustang Ru says:

Simple yet delicious

TheRealMasuli says:

Ok, i have made 2/48 Enchanted Grilled pork. Im grinding for a Pigman sword.

Scott Stephens says:

Amazingly simple , yet the best recipe I've had concerning grilling pork chops. Keeper.

Nathan Varnis says:

5 minutes per half inch is for the chops?

Jason Eagles says:

My butcher won't be thrilled

Anju S says:

Erg. I have boneless…

John Raymond says:

Excellent video, thank you for sharing.

David Clay says:

Thank you for a simple, straight forward pork chop recipe.

Arthur Meeuwen says:

Why move the chops just turn off the side where the chops are

Mike Angeli says:

Thanks ..Those teaspoons look like a lot 🤨

Timothy Escalante says:

What's the rub recipe for non white people (I want more than 3 seasonings)

andrew miller says:

are you sure those are teaspoons you are using?

GHustle4 says:

You need some color in your back drop unless you get a tan just saying

ding174 says:

The best way is to use pork steak. They’re chops but thinner. Cooks quicker, and lots cheaper.

Ed Tibesar says:

I would be careful on using extra virgin olive oil because it has a 375 degree flash point. Most olive oil burns at about 400 degrees. Avacado, grape seed oil may be better.

1 deep says:

U could feed a country with one of those LoL ha E-pic:]

AuntieAngelina says:

Made these tonight and they are AMAZING!! I found my new way to make chops! Very easy and did not take long to make! So glad I found you, thank you so much!! 😍🤘💞

Trending With Tina says:

This was an amazing rub👍🏻🎉🎊

Ted Hartman says:

New here, following you, I will never starve. Your chops, instant pot baked potato and green beans for dinner. Thanks.

DirtRider WR250R says:

Shoulder chops not good for grilling ? They have the best marbling


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Dixon says:

Made these tonight. So good!

Robert R O'Brien , Jr says:

Pork chops look great. I'll have to make them

Scot Pender says:

Just cooked this and subbed! Great chops. I only added a couple of things…. smoke bomb with hickory chips and foil and for the last five minutes per inch, I add some BBQ Sauce on top so it would infuse the flavor. Hickory flavor BBQ on a gas grill……Awesome!!!!! thanks for sharing!!!!

Parris Gjerde says:

I have to say, as I was watching this video I was somewhat skeptical on the simplicity of the recipe. But from a guy whose made pork chops over the years and they are tough every time, these pork chops came out perfectly! Thanks!

Anthony Rebeles says:

I will be trying this tonight!!!!😀

jeff5624 says:

Those look delicious. Would you ever consider using a brine to season and keep the chops from drying out?

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