August 11, 2011

Grilled Rosemary Pork Chops




While checking my recipe notebook, I found this recipe “grilled rosemary pork chops”. I’ve got it from old magazine but I can’t remember which magazine. =) I decided to give it a try since I have all the ingredients in the pantry. I was so happy with the result and we both enjoy our grilled pork chop and my hubby suggested trying the recipe with beef. The pork chops are very flavorful and I like the aroma of rosemary herbs.

Here is the recipe

6 pork chops, skin removed (but I did not remove the skin)
4 garlic cloves, peeled
1 tbsp rock salt
1 tbsp black pepper (coarsely ground)
1 ½ tbsp dried rosemary
6 tbsp olive oil

In a mortar, roughly pound the garlic with the salt, pepper, and rosemary. Add olive oil. Spread this marinade over both side of each chop and leave in a cool place, covered, for about 15 minutes. Preheat the griddle pan to very hot and grill each chop for 5-6 minutes on each side. Maybe the grilling part will depend on how thick is your pork chop.

16 comments:

  1. It's yummy! Tasty! But wow! It's full of cholesterol... I'm cautious eating the meat particularly pork!

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  2. I have rosemary plant and haven't tried it yet on pork chop.i will make this recipe within this week .My children loves to eat so they will surely gonna like it.

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  3. Looks tempting to me. Especially dipped into a nice barbeque sauce or soy sauce with calamansi and chilli sauce. Yum! :-)

    http://reybelen.com/food/a-dinner-at-pepper-lunch/

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  4. Looks delicious, this is what I do best, grilling. Never tried it with rosemary perhaps some other time :D

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  5. I have that grillpan too, so convenient! I haven't tried rosemary with pork, I always use it with fish...this is one dish to try, thanks!

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  6. Wow! I love rosemary too.. and fresh rosemary is much much better than the dried ones. Love your blog! :)

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  7. Yummy! Ill try this one when I get back sa Pinas. This is nice for a BBQ party. I should do this on my birthday. Yipeee!

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  8. Hmm what does rosemary do to grilled porkchop? I have seen it in some menus but I'm curious on the difference with or without rosemary.

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  9. rosemary enhances the natural flavor of the meat and the same time nag-aalis ng lansa :)

    i best use it in roasting lamb chops :)

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  10. you could also add thyme to it and oregano ... babango lalo

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  11. I'm impressed hot you still managed to do this food. :))

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  12. Quick and easy recipe! I think I'll try this next time I cook porkchop. I can imagine how the rosemary will give an extra, special flavor to the usual pork chops. I wonder if I can add some tarragon too or thyme... :)

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  13. yuuki - yes, this is an easy recipe so you can definitely do this. =)

    gil - i'm still enjoying my time, no diet yet. hehe1

    tess- how i wish i have my own herb plants at home.

    rey - even without sauce, you will appreciate this dish. =)

    gene - no problem! sharing is caring.

    herbert - grilling is healthy.

    chan - i haven't tried rosemary on fish, i always use thyme.

    julie - fresh is always better but i don't have one. hehe!

    noks - you can do this even you're not in ph.=)

    allen - it's tastier. =)

    joy - yes, i agree.

    c5 - i can't give up pork yet. hehe!

    kay - thanks, i will try it next time.

    palagutom - this dish is so easy you can do this too without sweat.

    michelle - not sure with tarragon but i'm sure you can use thyme also.

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  14. ohhhhh...hubby and the eldest are meat lovers...would love to try your recipe! looks delicious...and i must get that grilling pan. ;)

    thanks so much for sharing over at Food Friday, Michi
    much appreciated! :)
    happy start of the week!

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  15. will try this out. looks delicious :)

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