Ready in 45 minutes
Complement these juicy chops with fresh green beans, corn bread sticks or sweet pineapple chunks sprinkled with shredded coconut.
"Fabulous! So quick to make it actually took longer to make the sides. I had all the spices except instead of Allspice I used Garam Masala, which has the Corriander and Cinnamon. Hubbie loved it - BONUS!!!"- cookinkitty27
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Combine all seasonings and oil in a small bowl; mix to blend. Spread paste mixture on both sides of each pork chop. Place pork chops in a self-sealing plastic bag or baking dish and cover. Chill for several hours or overnight in refrigerator. Place chops on rack in broiler pan; broil 4 to 5 inches from heat for 5 to 6 minutes on each side, until brown and chops reach an internal temperature of 160 degrees F.
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CYAG 6 months agoI have made 'jerk' for years..this needs heat! I chopped & added (with gloves on mind you) a Scotch Bonnet pepper& was good to go..if that's too hot for you- any hot pepper will do. You can always add more- but once its in- its there for good!!!!
dmcmil4911 11 month agoJerk seasoning not like what I have had before,wasn't hot
ronbeech 1 year agoAdded a 1/4 tsp of clove as well as some cayanne pepper. I also turned this into a stew almost and braised the meat so that it pulls apart similar to traditional jerk pork.
Arvan43 1 year agoThe pork itself was good and moist. The jerk paste didn't taste jerk to us. The paste tasted mainly like cinnamon and no heat at all. We will make again, but next time cut way back on the cinnamon and kick up the cayenne. Thank you for the idea.
Egarcia4 4 years agoEasy and delicious!!
cookinkitty27 6 years agoFabulous! Quick to prep; didn't actually marinade this first time. Hubbie loved it - BONUS!!!
cookinkitty27 6 years agoFabulous! So quick to make it actually took longer to make the sides. I had all the spices except instead of Allspice I used Garam Masala, which has the Corriander and Cinnamon. Hubbie loved it - BONUS!!!
cookinkitty27 6 years agoUsed Garam Masala, which has Corriander and Cinnamon, instead of Allspice. Didn't marinade, just rubbed on.
tyson 8 years agoRepublished with Permission, National Pork Council [I posted this recipe.]