Ok, so I posted this recipe on my blog yesterday. I’m not trying to double post by any means. But this recipe is SO GOOD, and the weather will be perfect for grilling this week, so I couldn’t NOT share it with you. Right?
That would just be wrong.
So if you want the back story to how Hubby and I came across this recipe, you can read about it here. It’s not very exciting, but it does explain why it was SUCH A BIG DEAL that we were grilling pork for the first time in years.
If you want a compelling reason why you need to try this recipe, here it is: it’s SO STINKING AMAZING. As a mom with 2 kids, I really appreciated that it was simple. I could whip it together in 2 minutes in the morning, let it marinate all afternoon until Hubby came home, and then we could just throw it on the grill. These pork chops are a great blank canvas to create a meal from. They work well with many side dishes, so you can be flexible with how you serve them. And, the taste is impressive enough to serve to guests, but not too adult that your kids wouldn’t like it.
- 4-6 Center Cut Pork Chops
- 3-4 tsp minced garlic (or 6 cloves of garlic peeled)
- 1 TBS dried rosemary (or 1 bunch of fresh rosemary, stemmed)
- 1 TBS course salt (kosher)
- 1 TBS ground black pepper
- 2 TBS extra virgin olive oil