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Grilled Marinated Pork Loin Chops With Habanero Cherry Sauce

RhumAndJerkRhumAndJerk Posts: 1,506
edited 3:11AM in EggHead Forum
This is a recipe to make when you have some time to cook or really want to impress some one. Or you could just make it because it taste incredible.[p]I had forgotten about this recipe until Anthony Up North reminded me about the basic marinade so here it is.[p]Happy Saucing,
RhumAndJerk

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  • RhumAndJerkRhumAndJerk Posts: 1,506
    Bad link. Try Again.
    R&J

    [ul][li]Grilled Marinated Pork Loin Chops With Habanero Cherry Sauce[/ul]
  • RhumAndJerk, where does one find habanero peppers? Penzeys doesn't list them, or do they go by another name? Thanks!

  • Char-WoodyChar-Woody Posts: 2,642
    RhumAndJerk, Thanks and in line with that one todays Martha Stewart show had guest BBQ cooks and also run the famous Lobels Meat Market on the East Coast. Check out the MS webpages and follow the Television link to todays format.
    Some great marinates available..Orange and Bloody Mary.
    Cheers..C~W
    http://www.marthastewart.com
    and
    http://www.lobels.com

    [ul][li]Meats and marinates...!![/ul]
  • RhumAndJerkRhumAndJerk Posts: 1,506
    one feral kat,
    I just looked at the link provided below and found this explanation. While you can use powdered or dried habaneros, I would steer away from it for this recipe. There are two reasons. First, controlling the heat level, you do not want this sauce to take your breath away, just be a little warm. Second, the fruity flavor of the habanero is lost in the drying process. That flavor really adds to the overall flavor of the sauce.[p]However, cook with what you can get your hands on. If you cannot find Habaneros, then just substitute for the peppers you can get.[p]Sometimes you can find Habaneros Fresh in the Supermarket. They are a very popular pepper. I almost always see them in farmers markets. [p]Hope this helps,
    RhumAndJerk

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