This is how to make pork chops on the George Foreman Grill. It is the absolute fastest and easiest way to prepare pork chops for a meal your whole family will enjoy.
Pork chops on the George Foreman grill are a simple way to prepare a healthy meal. With just a hint of brown sugar sweetness and saltiness from the soy sauce, you won’t believe how tasty these pork chops come out.
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Not sure what to make for dinner tonight? Try these pork chops on the George Foreman grill. With just a few pantry staples, you will have dinner on the table in minutes.
The sweetness of the brown sugar complements the saltiness from the soy sauce of these perfectly cooked and juicy pork chops. Ideal for any weeknight, accompany these succulent pork chops with roasted vegetables or a grilled peach salad. Voila! Dinner is served.
Boneless center-cut pork chops are a versatile lean protein for anyone who is calorie-conscious. Your George Foreman grill will cook them perfectly maintaining juiciness while draining any excess fat. Who could ask for more?
Don’t have a George Foreman grill? Go get one. You’ll thank me. They are totally worth the minimal investment. In lieu of that, any indoor contact grill press will work for this quick and easy recipe.
How To Make Quick and Easy George Foreman Grill Pork Chops
This recipe could not be easier you guys. Seriously. So fast and easy you’ll be adding this dish to your regular rotation.
What You Need:
Here’s what you’ll need from the store. The exact amounts are in the printable recipe card at the bottom of this post.
Kitchen Tools Needed:
- George Foreman grill press
- Shallow bowl
- Instant read digital meat thermometer
- Boneless center cut pork chops
- Brown sugar
- Soy sauce
Tips for Quick and Easy George Foreman Grill Pork Chops
How Long to Cook Pork Chops on George Foreman Grill
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. This recipe could not be easier.
First things first, make sure to preheat your George Foreman grill (or any indoor contact grill press) for at least 5-10 minutes. Start preheating your George Foreman grill before seasoning your pork chops and it will be perfectly preheated when you are ready to cook. A hot George Foreman grill will give your pork chops the perfect sear and seal in all those invaluable juices.
Once your George Foreman grill is preheated, simply place your seasoned pork chops on the grill and close lid. Your pork chops will only take 4-6 minutes depending on thickness. Only 4-6 minutes! I mean c’mon. So quick!
Use your instant-read digital thermometer (aka your best friend while cooking meat) starting at 4 minutes to check doneness. The pork chops will be perfectly cooked when the thermometer reads 145 degrees.
As always, let your pork chops rest for about five minutes before serving to allow them to finish cooking and juices to redistribute. Bon appetit!
Pork Chop Seasoning
The seasoning for these pork chops on the George Foreman grill is simple and easy and delicious with just two pantry staples – brown sugar and soy sauce. A match made in heaven. The brown sugar will caramelize on the George Foreman grill giving you a beautiful crust. The soy sauce will give you just the right amount of salt to balance the flavor profile.
Sodium conscious? Feel free to substitute low sodium soy sauce. This will lower the salt content without sacrificing the flavor.
Can I Make Quick and Easy George Foreman Grill Pork Chops with Bone In Pork Chops?
Oh absolutely. A bone-in pork chop will help ensure a juicy chop without overcooking and impart a little more flavor to the meat. Simply increase your cooking time on the preheated George Foreman grill to 8-10 minutes. Start checking the internal temperature at 8 minutes. No one likes an overcooked and dry pork chop.
If you are slightly more health-conscious, stay true to the recipe and use the boneless center-cut pork chops. This is a leaner cut and will decrease your calorie count.
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