Cut from the pork loin, pork chops can be found under a variety of names, including Porterhouse, Ribeye, New York, Sirloin and Blade pork chops.
- 4 bone-in pork chops (Ribeye, 3/4-Inch Thick)
- 2 cloves garlic (Peeled)
- 1 cup fresh basil (Packed)
- 2 tablespoons lemon juice (Fresh)
- 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
- 1 teaspoon coarse salt
- 1/2 teaspoon black pepper (Freshly Ground)
- With machine running, drop garlic through feed tube of food processor to mince. Stop, add fresh basil, and process until chopped. Add lemon juice, oil, salt, and pepper and process to make thin wet rub. Spread both sides of pork chops with basil mixture. Let stand 15 to 30 minutes.
- Prepare a medium-hot fire in grill. Brush the grate clean and oil the grate. Grill chops, over direct heat, turning once, to medium rare doneness, 5 to 6 minutes per side, or until the internal temperature reaches 145 degrees Fahrenheit, followed by a 3-minute rest time.
Reginald Rucker 6 hours ago
My whole family love it....
Christy 15 hours ago
The coating works well with chicken breast too for a lighter option.
Jenny Roslak 5 days ago
Easy and really good!
Erin 6 days ago
These were amazing. We will definitely be having these again.
Rebecca Aponte 6 days ago
Absolutely delicious and SO EASY to whip up. Will make again!
Lisa M. 9 days ago
We loved it! We don't normally like pork chops, either. We wished there was more marinade so we doubled that part the next time we made it.
Matthew Smithburger 12 days ago
Delicious! Would make again!
Joyce and Jeff 15 days ago
turned out wonderful and will make again.
Brian Adams 18 days ago
Great. I used lime and let it marinate for several hours. Great taste!!
chef Roo 19 days ago
Very moist! Quick and great flavor.
Dee 23 days ago
Used squeeze tube moist basil and garlic as shortcut for marinade, added a little ginger. Let meat come to room temp before cooking, came out great! Moist and flavorful. Used boneless loin chops, 4 minutes each side.
Allen Nowell 24 days ago
I like trying new recipes on old favorites and bone-in pork chops are a staple for me. To be frank, the flavor of the basil was overwhelming and just too much. I love basil but apparently not this way and not on my pork chops. You should use your favorite rib rub on chops after thirty minutes or so in Worcestershire. Can’t go wrong that way as long as you pay attention to them on the grill
Kathryn F. 25 days ago
simple and tasty. I used garlic powder and dried basil since that's what i had on hand, and it worked well. I didn't have time to let it set long, so it turned out a little drier than if I'd marinated longer
KB a month ago
Winner! Quick, easy and oh so good. Full of flavor and everyone loved it.
Micah Piper a month ago
Yummy. Pork was a little dry, but flavor was amazing
Jordan Johnson a month ago
Very good! i didn't have fresh basil so i used the stuff in the jar. not bad!
Dolores C. a month ago
The chops were very good. We will definitely make thid recipe again.
Kristin a month ago
delicious! I used thicker boneless pork chops in a pan on the stove, so just had to cook them a bit longer
Lauren Nesbitt a month ago
Loved this recipe! Super easy to make and tastes delicious! 😁
Marc R. a month ago
Easy and delicious dinner
Barrett 2 months ago
Hooked in oven was okgood flavor
Caroline Thompson 2 months ago
Very good, baked instead of grilled. Can’t wait to try it on the grill next.
Rich 2 months ago
great. will add some heat next time
Beth Shirley 2 months ago
Used less basil than recipe stated
Samaria Dent 2 months ago
It was good, but I had to add some more flavor.
Christian Brady 2 months ago
Really Good! And simple.
Linda Beckstrom 2 months ago
amazing definitely going to make it again
Teodora P. 2 months ago
delicious and so easy to make!
Strand 2 months ago
It was really good i added vinegar and some pineapple juice
Jennifer Pate 2 months ago
Turned out great. family really really enjoyed it.