Dan-O’s Grilled Lemonade Marinated Pork Chops Recipe

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Description

You can think of this as a sister recipe to our lemonade marinated chicken recipe. We’re cooking up big flavors with simple ingredients, AKA your marinade, a protein, and of the most important ingredient, Dan-O’s Seasoning. But this time we’re using some beautiful pork chops, and finishing it off with Sweet Baby Rays! This Lemonade Marinated Pork Chops Recipe is sure to be a home run and perfect for a tailgate or cookout. 

So why are we doing lemonade marinades lately? Your pork or chicken will absorb the juices, inviting salty, sweet, and citrus flavors into the meat. When you add your Dan-O’s Seasoning to the outside becomes coated in a perfect blend of herbs and spices that will make you tear-up. The residual sugars will start to caramelize, and the Dan-O’s will make a beautiful herb crust. Hungry yet?!

After you let your pork chops marinate, hit them with a generous portion of Dan-O’s and fire up your grill. We’re going to turn them after a few minutes for those nice diamond grill marks and finish them with BBQ sauce for an added layer of flavor. We hope you’re ready for big Dan flavors with the Dan-O’s Grilled Lemonade Marinated Pork Chops Recipe!

Ingredients

  • (4) 1” thick pork chops 
  • Your favorite lemonade
  • Original Dan-O’s
  • Your favorite BBQ sauce (optional)

Prep Time

10 Mins

Cook Time

160 Degrees Internal

Instructions

  1. 24 Hours before cooking, place pork chops in a Ziploc bag and pour lemonade into the bag to fully cover. Close and let marinate for 24 hours.
  2. On your grilling day, place pork chops on grill and cook on both sides until it reaches an internal temperature of 160 degrees.
  3. Optional: Before removing from the grill, add a small amount of your favorite BBQ sauce onto one side of the pork chop and flip over, letting the sauce crust onto the meat. Add BBQ sauce to the other side as well.
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