Grillied Pork Chop with Teriyaki Glaze

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Pork has always been one of my favorite proteins. I wanted to add an Asian element to my repertoire so came up with a simple recipe for Teriyaki Glaze to add that facet. With the summer soon to be at hand I prepared this dish with grilled pork loin chops but it works well with other cuts.

You will need:
Loin pork chop – approximately 6 oz./person.
Olive oil
Salt/Pepper

For the glaze you will need:
Soy Sauce (I used Tamari Soy for this recipe) – approximately 1 TBS/2 servings
Mirin – approximately 1 TBS/2 servings
Sesame Oil – approximately 1 tsp/2 servings
Ground Ginger – approximately 1 tsp/2 servings
Brown Sugar – approximately 1 tsp/2 servings

Grill pork chops as you traditionally would except that they need to be just undercooked as they will be finished in the glaze.
In a sauté pan large enough to hold the chops combine all elements and at medium heat cook until the sauce starts to thicken, turn off heat, cover to keep warm. When chops are ready place them into sauté pan with glaze turn once to coat the pork. Cover pan and put in oven heated to 350° to complete the cooking process. The time needed will depend on the thickness of the chops cook until internal temperature reaches 160°/165° remove from oven and let rest for 10 minutes.

I served this dish with

One response to “Grillied Pork Chop with Teriyaki Glaze

  1. Dear Robert!
    Greetings from Shizuoka, Japan!
    We seem to share a couple of things including initials as mine are R-G-M!
    We are also both using WordPress!
    I love pork, too, and although there is a lot of misconception about this particular meat it is very beneficial and less fatty than one might think!
    Your Teriyaki Glaze is actually a classic. It is great to find you introducing it in an easy to understand recipe!
    Looking forward to reading you again!
    Cheers,
    Robert-Gilles
    http://shizuokagourmet.wordpress.com/
    (in case WordPress takes you to my Fantasy Blog!)

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