2poundspork chopsabout, cut around 3/4 inch thick see notes°
Dry Rub for Pork Chops
½teaspoondried rosemaryor dried sage
1teaspoondried minced onion
Heat the gas grill to 400° F.
Mix the dry rub ingredients together. Rub all over the pork chops and let them sit out for 15-20 minutes
Place the pork chops evenly across the burners on the grill and cook for 5-7 minutes depending on the thickness. ¾ inch about 5 minutes, 1 inch about 7 minutes
Look at the pork chops at the set time. If they are starting to turn white on the top, flip. If they are not starting to turn white give them an extra 1-2 minutes. Cook another 5-7 minutes depending on the thickness.
Check the internal temperature in the center of pork chops, it should read between 140-145.
Remove the pork chops and allow them to sit for 5 minutes before serving and cutting.
Nutritional values are estimated. The amount of pork is estimated as well.This is written for a gas grill with a temperature set to about 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Charcoal cooks differently and this is not likely to work for charcoal.We use a pork loin that I cut into 3/4 inch pieces. You can cut a loin or use regular pork chops. If you are using a different thickness, adjust cooking times slightly.Pork chops should be an internal temperature of 145 but removing them at 140 and allowing them to rest will bring them to temperature.