Steakhouse Pork Chops

Saturday, June 23, 2018
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Iowa Pork. All opinions are my own.

Steakhouse Pork Chops - hands down the BEST pork chops we've ever eaten!! Ridiculously easy to make! Marinate pork chops in steak seasoning and Worcestershire sauce then sprinkle with a delicious steakhouse rub of brown sugar, salt, garlic powder, onion powder, cumin, black pepper, cayenne pepper, and dry mustard. Ready to eat in under an hour! We made these twice in one week!! Our go-to pork chop recipe! #pork #porkchop #grilling 

Steakhouse Pork Chops - hands down the BEST pork chops we've ever eaten!! Ridiculously easy to make! Marinate pork chops in steak seasoning and Worcestershire sauce then sprinkle with a delicious steakhouse rub of brown sugar, salt, garlic powder, onion powder, cumin, black pepper, cayenne pepper, and dry mustard. Ready to eat in under an hour! We made these twice in one week!! Our go-to pork chop recipe! #pork #porkchop #grilling @iowapork #sponsored

Stop what you are doing and add these Steakhouse Pork Chops to your menu ASAP. They are hands down the most AMAZING pork chops we've ever made. SO tender and juicy, and packed full of wonderful flavor. The best part about these pork chops is they take under an hour from start to finish. No crazy prep work. Just marinate, rub and grill. Delicious pork chops that are better than any restaurant on the table in under an hour. You can't beat that!!! 

Steakhouse Pork Chops - hands down the BEST pork chops we've ever eaten!! Ridiculously easy to make! Marinate pork chops in steak seasoning and Worcestershire sauce then sprinkle with a delicious steakhouse rub of brown sugar, salt, garlic powder, onion powder, cumin, black pepper, cayenne pepper, and dry mustard. Ready to eat in under an hour! We made these twice in one week!! Our go-to pork chop recipe! #pork #porkchop #grilling @iowapork #sponsored

The pork chops are marinated for about 30 minutes in a mixture of steak seasoning and Worcestershire sauce and then topped with an incredible steakhouse rub before grilling.

The steakhouse rub consists of brown sugar, kosher salt, garlic powder, onion powder, cumin, dry mustard, cayenne pepper and black pepper. 

There is a TINY kick from the cayenne pepper. SO tiny. If you are sensitive to heat, you can decrease the amount of cayenne. On the other hand, if you like spicy food, feel free to kick up the cayenne.

You will have some leftover rub. Just keep it in an airtight container for the next time you grill these pork chops. Because believe me when I tell you that you are definitely going to be making these pork chops again and again. 

Steakhouse Pork Chops - hands down the BEST pork chops we've ever eaten!! Ridiculously easy to make! Marinate pork chops in steak seasoning and Worcestershire sauce then sprinkle with a delicious steakhouse rub of brown sugar, salt, garlic powder, onion powder, cumin, black pepper, cayenne pepper, and dry mustard. Ready to eat in under an hour! We made these twice in one week!! Our go-to pork chop recipe! #pork #porkchop #grilling @iowapork #sponsored

Make sure to coat both sides of the pork chops with the rub!
You want to taste the flavor on both sides.

Steakhouse Pork Chops - hands down the BEST pork chops we've ever eaten!! Ridiculously easy to make! Marinate pork chops in steak seasoning and Worcestershire sauce then sprinkle with a delicious steakhouse rub of brown sugar, salt, garlic powder, onion powder, cumin, black pepper, cayenne pepper, and dry mustard. Ready to eat in under an hour! We made these twice in one week!! Our go-to pork chop recipe! #pork #porkchop #grilling @iowapork #sponsored

We brought some Ribeye Pork Chops at the grocery store for these Steakhouse Pork Chops.
The Ribeye Pork Chop is another name for a bone-in rib chop.
If you don't like bones, feel free to try the boneless Rib Chop or boneless Sirloin Pork Chop.

Did you know that about one third of the pork raised in the United States comes from Iowa?
When you buy pork at any grocery store across the United States, you are supporting family farms in Iowa and the United States.

I know there are a lot of questions about how to safely cook pork. 
The safe internal pork cooking temperature for fresh pork cuts is 145ºF.​ 
To check doneness properly, use a digital cooking thermometer to measure the temperature at the thickest part of the cut without touching any bone. Once you have reached the desired internal temperature, remove from heat and let it rest for three minutes.

We were blown away at how delicious these Steakhouse Pork Chops tasted. 
Chicken Legs ate TWO for lunch. He has already requested them again this weekend AND for the 4th of July.
These are going to be a staple in our house!


You can learn more about pig farming & the pork industry here:



Steakhouse Pork Chops - hands down the BEST pork chops we've ever eaten!! Ridiculously easy to make! Marinate pork chops in steak seasoning and Worcestershire sauce then sprinkle with a delicious steakhouse rub of brown sugar, salt, garlic powder, onion powder, cumin, black pepper, cayenne pepper, and dry mustard. Ready to eat in under an hour! We made these twice in one week!! Our go-to pork chop recipe! #pork #porkchop #grilling @iowapork #sponsored
Steakhouse Pork Chops - hands down the BEST pork chops we've ever eaten!! Ridiculously easy to make! Marinate pork chops in steak seasoning and Worcestershire sauce then sprinkle with a delicious steakhouse rub of brown sugar, salt, garlic powder, onion powder, cumin, black pepper, cayenne pepper, and dry mustard. Ready to eat in under an hour! We made these twice in one week!! Our go-to pork chop recipe! #pork #porkchop #grilling @iowapork #sponsored
Steakhouse Pork Chops - hands down the BEST pork chops we've ever eaten!! Ridiculously easy to make! Marinate pork chops in steak seasoning and Worcestershire sauce then sprinkle with a delicious steakhouse rub of brown sugar, salt, garlic powder, onion powder, cumin, black pepper, cayenne pepper, and dry mustard. Ready to eat in under an hour! We made these twice in one week!! Our go-to pork chop recipe! #pork #porkchop #grilling @iowapork #sponsored
Steakhouse Pork Chops - hands down the BEST pork chops we've ever eaten!! Ridiculously easy to make! Marinate pork chops in steak seasoning and Worcestershire sauce then sprinkle with a delicious steakhouse rub of brown sugar, salt, garlic powder, onion powder, cumin, black pepper, cayenne pepper, and dry mustard. Ready to eat in under an hour! We made these twice in one week!! Our go-to pork chop recipe! #pork #porkchop #grilling @iowapork #sponsored
Steakhouse Pork Chops - hands down the BEST pork chops we've ever eaten!! Ridiculously easy to make! Marinate pork chops in steak seasoning and Worcestershire sauce then sprinkle with a delicious steakhouse rub of brown sugar, salt, garlic powder, onion powder, cumin, black pepper, cayenne pepper, and dry mustard. Ready to eat in under an hour! We made these twice in one week!! Our go-to pork chop recipe! #pork #porkchop #grilling @iowapork #sponsored
Steakhouse Pork Chops - hands down the BEST pork chops we've ever eaten!! Ridiculously easy to make! Marinate pork chops in steak seasoning and Worcestershire sauce then sprinkle with a delicious steakhouse rub of brown sugar, salt, garlic powder, onion powder, cumin, black pepper, cayenne pepper, and dry mustard. Ready to eat in under an hour! We made these twice in one week!! Our go-to pork chop recipe! #pork #porkchop #grilling @iowapork #sponsored
Steakhouse Pork Chops - hands down the BEST pork chops we've ever eaten!! Ridiculously easy to make! Marinate pork chops in steak seasoning and Worcestershire sauce then sprinkle with a delicious steakhouse rub of brown sugar, salt, garlic powder, onion powder, cumin, black pepper, cayenne pepper, and dry mustard. Ready to eat in under an hour! We made these twice in one week!! Our go-to pork chop recipe! #pork #porkchop #grilling @iowapork #sponsored




Yield: serves 4

Steakhouse Pork Chops

Steakhouse Pork Chops - hands down the BEST pork chops we've ever eaten!! Ridiculously easy to make! Marinate pork chops in steak seasoning and Worcestershire sauce then sprinkle with a delicious steakhouse rub of brown sugar, salt, garlic powder, onion powder, cumin, black pepper, cayenne pepper, and dry mustard. Ready to eat in under an hour! We made these twice in one week!! Our go-to pork chop recipe! #pork #porkchop #grilling

ingredients:


  • 4 (1-inch thick) Ribeye Pork Chops (bone-in pork chops)
  • 1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce
  • 3/4 cup Dale's Steak Seasoning (low-sodium recommended)
Steakhouse Rub
  • 1/4 cup light brown sugar
  • 3 Tbsp kosher salt
  • 1-1/2 tsp cayenne pepper
  • 1 Tbsp cumin
  • 1 Tbsp onion powder
  • 1 Tbsp garlic powder
  • 1-1/2 tsp dry mustard
  • 1-1/2 tsp black pepper

instructions:


  1. Combine Worcestershire sauce and Dale's steak seasoning. 
  2. Place pork chops in gallon ziplock bag. Pour marinade over pork chops. Seal bag and refrigerate at least 30 minutes.
  3. Combine all ingredients for rub. 
  4. Remove pork chops from ziplock bag. Sprinkle with rub on both sides. Only use about one or two teaspoons per pork chop. You will have leftover rub.
  5. Prepare grill. Cook pork chops until internal temperature reaches 145ºF. 




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17 comments

  1. do you use all of the rub or just soem of it

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    1. Just some of the rub. There will be leftovers

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  2. They look delicious Steph and I have been wanting to grill some chops.

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    1. These are seriously delicious! Hope you enjoy them Larry!!

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  3. Yummmm! Can't wait to try these.Thanks for all your great recipes. Have a great day!

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  4. Can these be baked and if so what temp and how long? Also, approximately how long did you grill on each side? Can’t wait to make these! Thanks!

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    1. We only grilled them about 10 minutes total.

      You could bake them at 375ºF for 30 to 35 minutes - until they reach an internal temperature of 145ºF

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  5. Would this be good on steaks also?

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  6. What can you use to sub for the liquid seasoning? Can't find it here.

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  7. Replace the Dales with Moore's steak marinade if you can find it. A similar marinade without all the Salt that Dales has.In my opinion much better flavor profile..

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  8. Has anyone made this with a pork tenderloin on the grill?

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    1. This should be equally delicious on a pork tenderloin.

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  9. I want to make these for tomorrow's dinner, however, my supermarket only had the regular Dale's Marinade, so do I need to reduce the amount of Kosher salt?

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    1. I definitely would. I would probably use 1 Tbsp salt or eliminate the salt all together in the rub and just add salt after cooking.

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  10. I've tried this last nite, definitely the best pork chops for ever. I will keep this recipe & use this again.

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