How To Grill Pork Chops

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This is the tale of 3 Chops, The Butterfly Chop, The single bone Chop and the Porterhouse Chop.  All offer some amazing pork goodness and some offer even more meaty bone in goodness.  Focus more on the cooking and searing of the chops as that creates the total pork experience.  The Weber grill does a great job of delivering the heat and cooking these to juicy perfection.  Time to fire up the grill and get cooking.

Print This Recipe - Grilled Pork Chops on the Weber

  • Yield: 2 Single Bone Pork Chops
  • Prep time: 5 Minutes
  • Cook time: 8-9 Minutes Per side, depending on doneness desired


Measure      Ingredient                                                              Prep Notes      

2 ea                 Pork Chop, single bone, center cut            10 oz chop

Taste               Oink Rub, 5280 Culinary                                                 

As needed      Oil, Canolive                                                      Canola/Olive Blend

Prep Directions:

  • Remove pork chops from the fridge and package and allow to breathe and rest for 15 minutes prior to seasoning
  • Season the pork chops and allow the seasoning to work for 10-15 minutes or while the grill is pre-heating

Cooking Notes:

  • For added smoke flavor, add a smoke tube or smoke box with your favorite choice of wood

Cooking Directions:

  • Season the chops with Oink Rub as heavy or as light as desired
  • Be sure to season the pork on all sides
  • Rest the steak and let the rub work for 10-15 minutes
  • Open the Weber Grill, load your GrillGrates and ensure they are clean
  • Light the Weber and adjust temperature to 500-550 degrees
  • Allow the grill and GrillGrates to heat up to temp, approximately 15 minutes
  • Sear the chop on the first side for 8-9 minutes (depending on desired doneness), rorate for cross marks if desired
  • Carefully flip the chops and sear/finish the second side to your desired temp doneness
  • If desired glaze with Fire Honey or BBQ sauce during the last 5 minutes of cooking
  • Pork chops will carry over cook, allow 3-4 minutes of resting to help settle the juices and temperature of the chop
  • Remove the chops from the grill when they each reach 145 degrees, place onto a plate or cutting board and allow to rest for 5 minutes

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