Flavorful Pork Chops
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The recipe card states that the recipe is from Mr. Louis Saad of Shawnee, Kansas. Louis was born in 1931 in Springfield, Missouri and passed away in 2004 in Shawnee Mission, Kansas.
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- Pork chops, cut from a GFI extra-fancy pork loin
- Meat tenderizer
- Onion powder
- Dry mustard
- Worcestershire sauce
- Soy sauce
- Liquid smoke
- Dark molasses
- Pierce pork chops, with fork, on both sides.
- Sprinkle both sides lightly with meat tenderizer and place chops in shallow baking pan.
- Sprinkle chops with onion powder.
- Then, cover both sides with dry msutard and Worcestershire sauce, rubbing in well with your hand.
- Next, rub in soy sauce, then liquid smoke.
- Cover each chop completely with molasses and rub into both sides. (There should be some sauce left in pan.)
- Let chops stand for at least 1 hr., turning once.
- Sear marianted chops on medium heat hot barbecue grill for 1 min. per side.
- Then, return chops to first side, put lid on grill and cook 10-12 min. per side or until done, turning once while cooking and pouring marinade on cooked side.
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