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Pork Chop Suggestions

I have 4 boneless chops about one inch thick and am looking for a simple way to cook these on the Egg.  I have never done chops on the Egg.  Thanks.
Born and raised in NOLA. Now live in East TN.

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  • Raised grid, direct, 400.  I like Traeger Sweet Rub on them, but you're unlikely to pick that up in  time.  Allegro Hot & Spicy can be found in stores, and it is a great marinade.  If you want to go minimal, EVOO, salt, pepper, and garlic powder.

    We're having loin chops tomorrow.  I buy cheaper than all get out big pork loins, and cut them into chops.

    XLBGE X 2, LBGE, MBGE and lots of toys

  • TjcoleyTjcoley Posts: 3,422
    Don't overcook them. Pull them at 145 degrees IT.
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  • billyraybillyray Posts: 1,124
    Here's some with my espresso rub.
    Felton, Ca. 2-LBGE, 1-Small and waiting on a mini
  • nolaeggheadnolaegghead Posts: 15,444
    pretty grill marks
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  • I know I'm starting to sound like I'm on commission for the "reverse sear" - but it works great for pork chops. Slow cook to 120 internal pull and sear to 145 internal. Nice flavor as the smoke gets a chance to hit the chop. 
    Delta B.C. - Vee-Gan: old Indian word for poor hunter. 
  • nolaeggheadnolaegghead Posts: 15,444
    Well, it just makes so much sense.  I'm sous vide-ing everything since I got that unit, been doing a lot of reverse searing lately. 
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  • Cook as suggested above, then a few minutes before pulling them off, put pepper jelly on top for a glaze.
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  • JscottJscott Posts: 174

    These have become a standard for us! I take them and cut a slit on the opposite side of the fat band. Inside I place a dill sliced pickle wrapped in a nice slice of white cheese - pepperjack works great.

    stuff this inside and coat with a nice rub of your choice. My wife loves them!

  • Jscott said:

    These have become a standard for us! I take them and cut a slit on the opposite side of the fat band. Inside I place a dill sliced pickle wrapped in a nice slice of white cheese - pepperjack works great.

    stuff this inside and coat with a nice rub of your choice. My wife loves them!

    "Juicy Lucy" pork chops - great idea, must give that a try. 
    Delta B.C. - Vee-Gan: old Indian word for poor hunter. 
  • Jscott said:

    These have become a standard for us! I take them and cut a slit on the opposite side of the fat band. Inside I place a dill sliced pickle wrapped in a nice slice of white cheese - pepperjack works great.

    stuff this inside and coat with a nice rub of your choice. My wife loves them!

    "Juicy Lucy" pork chops - great idea, must give that a try. 
    How do you keep them closed?

    Ernie McClain

    Scottsbluff, Nebraska

    (in the extreme western panhandle of NE)

  • Cook as suggested above, then a few minutes before pulling them off, put pepper jelly on top for a glaze.

    Never would have thought of pepper jelly.  Thanks for the idea.

    Ernie McClain

    Scottsbluff, Nebraska

    (in the extreme western panhandle of NE)

  • Dizzy Pig Raging River is super on pork chops. Just sprinkle on and grill away.
    LBGE and Mini
  • Dan4BBQDan4BBQ Posts: 268
    Raised grid, direct, 400.  I like Traeger Sweet Rub on them, but you're unlikely to pick that up in  time.  Allegro Hot & Spicy can be found in stores, and it is a great marinade.  If you want to go minimal, EVOO, salt, pepper, and garlic powder.

    We're having loin chops tomorrow.  I buy cheaper than all get out big pork loins, and cut them into chops.

  • Dan4BBQDan4BBQ Posts: 268
    about how long at 400?
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