A delicious dinner
Season the chops with BBQ Buddha Belly rub. Let sit for up to an hour to enhance the flavor. If using a gas grill first brush the grill with olive oil to prevent sticking, preheat on high for 10-15 minutes with the lid down. This method of cooking works best with steaks that are 1 inch or thicker. Scrape the grill clean with a grill brush, leave one side on high and adjust the other side to medium heat. The key to not overcooking a thick pork chop is to sear the chop on both sides. On the high temperature sear the chops about 2-3 minutes on each side with the lid down. Once the chops are browned on both sides, slide them to the cooler part of the grill, continue grilling with the lid down to the desired doneness. For maximum flavor and tenderness cook to medium (145-150 degrees), anything more when grilling pork chops will begin to dry out the chops. Serve with your favorite vegetable, a sweet potato and some BBQ Buddha Memphis Mop on the side for dipping!