Pork and Pork Chops Recipes Recipe

Pork and Pork Chops Recipes

Pork chops are incredible on the Foreman Grill! There are so many amazing ways you can prepare them, pork chops are relatively inexpensive, and they are really easy to make on an indoor contact grill.

Thickness of pork chops is the first thing to keep in mind when making them on a Foreman Grill. As a general rule of thumb, you want to go with thin cut chops of 1/4″ – 1/2″ thick. If the pork chops you have are too thick, go ahead and butterfly cut them. Then you’ll have better portion size anyways. You’ll also want to go with boneless, center cut pork chops. While you can indeed grill bone-in chops, the boneless are much easier to make and grill, especially on an indoor electric grill such as the Foreman.

There are many other pork recipes you can make on a Foreman Grill too. Bacon is easily one of the best uses for the Foreman. There’s not all the mess and splatter frying bacon in a frying pan; the bacon stays flat, and it cooks to perfection every time. And if you quickly want to make some bacon to add to a burger or sandwich or salad, just a few minutes in the Foreman Grill and you’re all good to go!

Pork is also a very versatile meat with which to prepare any number of delicious recipes. Pork can be used with BBQ flavors, sweet and savory flavors, italian flavors… the list goes on.



Comments: 3

  1. Frank - November 21, 2015 at 2:24 pm Reply

    Need advice on cooking a 23oz pork tenderloin on the grille. Temp? How many minutes? Thank you.

  2. gayle - March 16, 2017 at 9:17 am Reply

    need advice on cooking an 18.4 oz pork tenderloin on the grill? how many minutes? what temp?
    Thanks

    • MICHAEL RADER - April 8, 2017 at 4:55 pm Reply

      The trick with pork tenderloin is that usually one end is tapered and it will be done before 80% of the loin.
      I have the covered grill and set it on “5” (high).
      Having a meat thermometer really helps.
      Time wise, maybe 6 minutes, but keep an eye on the internal temperature, especially at the tapered tip.
      You may want to trim it off before cooking the rest, and add it to the grill a couple of minutes after the thicker portion goes on.

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