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Friday, May 13, 2011

Pork Barbecue Recipe: How Does Brown Sugar Chops Sound?

By S. Lindsey


Pork is one of the more popular meats to throw on the grill and enjoy during the summer and fall seasons. Lots of people love a great, grilled sausage, tenderloin, ribs and chops. Depending on an individual's personal taste, grilling capabilities and the amount of time they have on hand will determine which type of pork gets grilled. Below, we will discuss how to cook the aforementioned meats and then finish up the article with a delicious pork barbecue recipe, our "Brown Sugar Pork Chops", a delicious treat for any grilling occasion.

Sausages: There are so many types of sausage that a person would be hard pressed to try them all. Sausages are a summer time staple. In order to cook one perfectly, individuals should heat the grill to medium heat. Sausages that are pre-cooked only need to be warmed up and can be cooked quickly. Raw or fresh sausages will take little more time, perhaps, 10 to 20 minutes.

Chops: Chops are another delicious cut of meat. Individuals have the option of buying them bone-in or boneless and in a variety of cuts, including rib, sirloin and center chops. When cooked over direct heat, individuals can expect to spend about 10-15 minutes total of cooking time.

Tenderloin: Tenderloins are another option. These cook very quickly on the grill. A one-pound tenderloin can be cooked in about 15 to 25 minutes. This type of meat can be cooked as is, or chopped up and used to make kabobs.

Individuals looking to cook pork this grilling season will find that they have lots of options. There are many different cuts of meats and variety of ways to prepare it. Chops, tenderloins and sausages are all great options. Below, you will find a delicious pork barbecue recipe.

Brown Sugar Pork Chops

1/2 cup brown sugar, firmly packed
1/2 cup apple juice
4 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 tablespoon soy sauce
1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
salt and pepper to taste
2 teaspoons cornstarch
1/2 cup water
6 boneless pork chops

Preheat the grill to high heat. All ingredients, save the pork chops, cornstarch and water, should be combined and placed in a small saucepan and heat it until it comes to a boil. In a separate bowl, combine the cornstarch and water and add it to the brown sugar mixture. Prior to placing the chops on the grill, brush the grate with oil and place the meat on top of it. Cook for 11-13 minutes over hot coals. Turn once.

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