lime what? barbecue lime pork chops

Ok, so this recipe wasn’t on my round up, but I found it in a Kraft Food + Family from 2007 or something ridiculous like that, (oh em gee, Steph, you still have magazines from 2007!??!) ( I know, right?)  so the link and image wasn’t readily available. Lucky for you, I’m blogging about it!

I used about 1 Cup bbq sauce with 1 lime’s worth of juice

Marinade the pork chops in half the lime barbecue sauce mixture. Cover in put in fridge for at least an hour. Reserve the rest of the sauce for grilling.

Place the limes slices in pairs on the grill. Top with pork chops.

add some of the reserved lime barbecue sauce.

Grill Pork chops until internal temperature reaches 140 degrees. Let rest for 5 minutes until temperature reaches 145 degrees. (sources say 2-3 minutes/side, I was more around 4-5 minute/side range) Discard the limes used on the pork chops. Serve with the other grilled limes.

mm mmmmm tasty!

7 Responses to lime what? barbecue lime pork chops

  • cuminseeds
    June 6, 2012

    Love the way you cooked the pork with the limes underneath! Ingenious

    • steph
      June 7, 2012

      haha thanks! All thanks to the 2007 magazine I found lying around :)

  • Renee Spindle
    June 7, 2012

    Definitely sharing this will my Webmaster grilling husband. Sounds just delicious.

    • steph
      June 7, 2012

      Thanks, Renee! This was definitely a tasty way to grill pork chops. I think it would be great with chicken, too!

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  • Teresa
    September 5, 2012

    So, I saw this on Pinterest this morning and decided this is what I wanted to do with my pork chops for supper tonight. Due to a shortage I used lemons (and lemon juice) instead of limes and it turned out fine. I wondered how it was going to cook if the pork was not directly on the grill but on lemons. It cooked up as easily as if I had made BBQ chops in the oven in the middle of winter! So easy. The only thing I would do differently would be to wait until the chops were almost done before grilling the other lemon, they were a bit charred but still looked pretty on the dish. Thanks for the great idea…I got rave reviews at the table!

    • steph
      September 5, 2012

      Teresa! That’s great! I’m glad the recipe worked out for you, and good to know that lemons work as well as limes! This made my day, thanks for stopping by!

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