20 April, 2018
Grilling Those Annoying Boney Pork Chops
I usually don’t like eating meat with bones in it unless they’re chicken wings.
Like the T-bone steak, pork chops, fried fish are all very delicious foods, but for me, they are annoying to eat.
You have to eat around the bone, be careful you don’t swallow a bone, or take the bone out so then you could enjoy your meat. I hate it.
When I sit down to eat my food I just want to go all in and devour my food and not worry about being stabbed by a little ass bone.
Although I basically just talked trash about all of those delicious food I still enjoy eating them because they are just plain delicious.
That’s why I decided to cook some yummy tasting pork chops today.
Prepping The Pork Chops
Flavoring the food is my favorite part because it is when you get creative and get the opportunity please people with different combinations of herbs and spices.
For these pork chops, I decided to add about 5 spices. I added:
- Salt & Pepper
- Cayenne (if you like it spicy) 😉
I sprinkled a generous amount of each spice to cover the meat and then I just massaged it all around covering the meat evenly.
After I let it marinate for a while or overnight so the meat could absorb the seasonings and it could taste better.
Grilling The Pork Chops
Once I was ready to grill the pork chops I turned on my grill and let it get hot.
Once it was hot and ready I threw the pork chops on the grill. (imagine I literally threw it like a baseball that would be fun!)
I would keep checking them constantly making sure they don’t burn, but
they cook evenly throughout.
Plating the Pork Chops
After the pork chops were finished cooking its time to plate it. This is also another favorite part of cooking because you get to create any design you want and decorate the plate however you like.
So I carefully placed the pork chops with some rice on the plate and that’s it.
You could also use quinoa or veggies or any other side you like.
(I also had some sausages so I decided to add it to the picture to make it more appetizing) 😀
If you add some cilantro base sauce, chimichurri, or pesto on top of the pork chops…
Well, let me just say it will magnify your experience tremendously and you will truly fall in love with it.
Let me know how did you plate your pork chop?