These grilled pork chops are so easy to make and taste incredible!
Who else loves marinating with soy sauce? I’m fairly certain that ninety percent of my marinades have either soy or lemon added to them. By adding soy sauce to your marinades it infuses a salty taste with out drying out the pork. To balance the intense salty flavor you then add seasonings and I preferably use a rub from one of my all time favorite restaurants. You can purchase their rub at the restaurant or substitute for your favorite rub of choice. It’s all about your personal preference when creating the perfect marinade. This recipe gives you a few simple ingredients that can be tailor to your preference if needed.
Keep reading to find where I purchase my favorite Rub for the best tasting pork marinade
If you look closely on this charming city building you will see a discretely placed q right above the american flag. This my friends is my favorite barbecue restaurant in Chicago, IL. Chicago q has an upscale feel to your traditional barbecue dishes, but with a taste of comfort.
Want to know what they bring to your table right as your seated…
You will forget all about bread and butter when your served these flipping delicious in house made potato chips with a unique seasoning. In addition to the freshly made potato chips they serve along side tantalizing home made pickles with a hint of mustard flavoring. Oh that seasoning you see, it is the same rub that I buy for the delectable grilled pork chop recipe I’m about to share with you below. Keep scrolling…
When visiting Q you must try the pulled pork sandwich on a toasted pretzel bun, it’s fantastic! They will serve this with a side of their four special sauces (I let you see those for yourself 😉 ).
Well, I have to make you try one last thing… The Mac and Cheese! I can try and describe it but instead I’ll encourage you to go taste for yourself how scrumptious it is.
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- 6 boneless pork chops
- ⅓ cup olive oil
- 3.5 tablespoons soy sauce
- 1 tablespoon Rub of choice (I purchase mine at a local barbecue restaurant Chicago q)
- Add pork chops to a large zip bag
- In a small bowl mix olive oil, soy sauce and rub
- Add the marinade to the zip lock bag and refrigerate for 6 hours or overnight
- Grill the pork over medium heat about 6 minutes per side
- Watch closely for internal temp around 155F
- Remove from grill, tent with foil and let rest for 5-10 minutes