Evil Pork Chops

  • Prep Time: 5 mins
  • Total Time: 15 mins
  • Servings: 6
  • About This Recipe

    “Very simple, and will yield the juiciest, tastiest pork chops you will ever have. The longer you let the pork chops marinade, the better they are. Remember garlic mellows when it is cooked! (Cook time is for medium thickness, on the Barbecue)”

    Ingredients

  • 6pork chops
  • 8clovesgarlic, large
  • 3/4 cupwhite wine
  • 1tablespoonfreshly ground black pepper
  • 2tablespoons sea salt or 2tablespoonskosher salt
  • Directions

  • Shred or mince garlic.
  • rub pork chops with sea salt.
  • Place all ingredients in a marinading container, or sealed plastic bag (best).
  • IMPORTANT- let marinade for several hours, preferably overnight or up to 24 hours.
  • Bake in oven, or barbecue.
  • Reviews

  • “I used the oven bag method for these, found them to be a little dry.”

  • “I used the thick pork chops.The marinade was easy and has stocked pantry ingredient.They were very juicy, my whole family loved them.We also made a horseradish sauce to use on them at the table.”

  • “We Loved it!!! Perict for garlic fans!”

  • “These were okay.I thought the wine taste was too strong, and I like my wine :)I was also a little turned off by the whiteness of the meat.We grilled them.They were very tender after marinading them overnight.”

  • “I thought with all the great reviews this would be a great recipe, but the flavour wasn’t to my liking. I couldn’t quite finish my pork chop. I cooked them on the grill. They were tender, but the garlic was overpowering I found, and won’t be making these again. I cut back on the salt by less than half, hopefully that wasn’t why, but I can’t see myself using that much salt!”

  • “Delicious! We used bone-in pork chops and grilled them, and it made a perfect main course for a summer dinner. I might reduce the salt a little bit next time, but overall we loved these pork chops — moist, yummy, and so simple!! Thanks, Kat, for sharing.”

  • “I found this recipe to be the best “chops” I’ve ever had! Moist (nothing is worse then dried out pork) I only had 7 hours tp marinade them but they were still full of flavor. EVIL? Not on your life! Thank’s Kat, Ten stars for sharing.”

  • “This is an awesome meal!! It is really easy to prep and easy to eat!!I marinated for 24 hours and grilled under a low heat.This is a garlic lovers dream, I continued to baste the garlic marinade to really make it pop.I would deffinetly suggest anyone to try.”

  • “Made these for dinner last night and everyone LOVED them which is very unusal as we are 4 very picky eaters.Thanks so much for this recipe will def be making these again :)”

  • “I had very thick loin chops and marinated them for probably 26 hours.They were cooked on a George Forman Grill, violating its advertised intent–I poured the drippings back on as a sort of baste while they grilled.The meat was very tender; the flavor was clean, not too garlicky (what is too garlicky?) and the generous peppering provided a very pleasant after-bite.Served with a spinach salad with a fruit/nut dressing–a lovely meal.Thank you!”

  • “So very simple and yet so very good.This one is a keeper. Thanks for posting.Cheers”

  • “This was so simple and yet very tender and flavorful.I didn’t plan ahead and only marinated for 12 hours.I sauteed them in a little oil for about 4 – 5 min per side (until golden brown), and then I wrapped in foil for about 10 minutes while the rest of the dinner finished cooking.We will definitely make this again, marinate longer, and try other cooking methods.”

  • “These were so good. I let them marinade the full 24 and then I also grilled them. Thanks for a different yet easy pork recipe!”

  • “Great recipe – my husband surprised me by making these for me on the sly…halved the recipe – 3 chops & marinated them 12 hours, then grilled.Only thing was he used white wine vinegar by mistake instead of white wine (we didn’t have any white wine anyway). They were still great.Pretty moist.Next time we’ll try baking them in an oven bag.”

  • “I used the thick pork chops, marinated them for 24 hours and then baked them rather than grill…they were absolutely fabulous! Very moist and flavorful! Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe, will be cooking this again!”

  • “For such simple ingredients, these pork chops turned out GREAT!They were very juicy and tender.I made as written and let them marinade in a ziploc bag for 6 hours.I cooked them on my Cuisinart grill and they turned out perfectly.The flavors are subtle, but very tasty.This one is going into my keeper file.Thanks for sharing, Kat.Made for Diabetic Cooking Tag Game.”

  • “The pork chops were the juiciest, tastiest pork chops I have had in along time!Totally delicious!!Don’t understand why they are called Evil, they are Heavenly!Thanks so much Kat”

  • “Excellent marinade! Our chops were flavorful and tender. This recipe has rocketed to Number One in our file!”

  • “This was absolutely wonderful! I used 1 inch thick chops and broiled them about 7 mins a side. They came out very flavorful and moist. The garlic did not overpower the pork, which i was concerned about, even after 24 hours. Thanks for such a simple recipe with such a bang!”

  • “Exceptionally good recipe for pork chops.”

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