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Cilantro-BBQ Grilled Pork Chops

Cilantro-BBQ Grilled Pork Chops recipe
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BBQ sauce, fresh cilantro and orange juice make a triple play for a dinnertime home run in this sweet and citrusy pork chop dish.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
25 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
6/2/2010
This recipe is AWESOME!!! This was a meal that the entire family devoured. My daughter is usally a slow eater - her plate was empty almost instantly. This is one recipe the family will be beggin' for more...
posted:
6/2/2010
My husband who is not a fan of pork chops, liked this very much. It's a keeper
posted:
5/30/2010
This was just ok. We grill pork chops all the time and use different marinades. This was not that flavorful.
posted:
5/28/2010
16 minutes grilling time is way too long for such a small chop - pork cooks quickly and dries just as fast - 1/2 this time is sufficient
posted:
8/11/2009
I added extra orange juice because of the sauce I used was extra thick. This recipe hit a home run with the family.
posted:
6/16/2009
My family and I loved this recipe, I used serrano pepper, which is a little hotter, it put a really nice spin on just plain ole BBQ. A keeper!
posted:
6/5/2009
Sooooo good....and I don't even like pork chops that much! The sauce is so delicious that I went for a 2nd chop! Winner and a pleaser for all!
posted:
5/26/2009
The orange gave it pizazz! Fabulous sauce!
posted:
4/30/2009
These came out great! Good flavor. My only comment really is that if I make them again I might marinate them in the sauce mixture for at least a little while so they hold the flavor more. Also, because my mom doesn't like really hot things, I replaced the jalapeno with a red bell pepper. I made the pork chops with the creamy tomato tortellini recipe.
posted:
3/2/2008
I did add 2tsp. of Chipolte Chile Pepper spice to the BBQ sauce. It gave a nice smokey tone to it.
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