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1 LB pork chops,cheap lump

MadMaxMadMax Posts: 10
edited 11:21PM in EggHead Forum
Does anybody have a idea of how long to cook these
2 inch pork chops ive seen 3 + 3 and 12 min dwell at 550
and 2+2 and 4 min dwell at 750, have been looking for jj,s
post from last week that you all were talking about but cant find it. Dont want to ruin these
Any help would be appreciated.
P.S As for the price of lump going sky high I was in dryden
canada in a store named canadian tire(chain) they sell royal
oak lump for 8 dollars (canadian) $ 5.60 US Whats Up in the US of A ?


  • GfwGfw Posts: 1,598
    MadMax, I'd start with the 3/3/12 at 550 - the outside will be a nice brown but not black.

    Check out the post below or click on the link to connect to the post. You may even want to try the Pico de Gallo - goes great with chops. Good luck.

  • MadMax,
    I agree with GFW> If you cook 'em like that, they will be perfecto! In fact, that's what is on for din-din tonight! Boneless pork chops 1 1/4" to 1 3/8" thick. Them babies take just a little "tender-loving-care" than most steaks! But, boy are they worth it!!!![p]Good luck, and let us know how they turn out![p]Dr. Chicken[p]
    p.s.: Please don't ruin them with sweet potatoes as a side dish! :-))))

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