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Smokey Grilled Pork Chops Recipe

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I love using recipes that only take a few minutes to throw together!  We have had one crazy summer and I am lucky to get dinner on the table most nights!  My family was getting hungry and I knew I needed to make dinner in a crunch and this recipe was just what we needed.  Quick, easy and delicious!  Doesn’t get much better than that!

Smokey Grilled Pork Chops Recipe:
(Makes 4 pork chops)

1 Tablespoon Accent Flavor Enchancer
1 Tablespoon onion powder
1 Tablespoon garlic powder
1 Tablespoon paprika
1 teaspoon black pepper
2 teaspoons Worcestshire sauce
1 teaspoon liquid smoke
4 boneless pork chops

Combine all ingredients, except pork chops, in a small bowl.  Once combined, apply rub on each side of pork chops.  Cook on grill or pan on medium-high heat until cooked through.

Looking for other delicious pork chop recipes?
Here are a few of our favorites:
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Grilled Tuscan Pork Chops
Balsamic Grilled Pork Chops
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  1. Christine S. says

    Don’t want to sound like a dunce, but what is Accent Flavor Enhancer? I don’t remember ever hearing of it, so if it’s something specific what could I use instead for it? Thanks for all of the GREAT recipes! We’ve loved most of the ones we’ve tried!

    • Peggy Frazon says

      You’ll find it in the spice section. The small canister will say Accent on it. I’m not sure what’s in it but it’s been around for years.

      • Cindy says

        Accent is a meat tenderizer… mostly MSG which I prefer not to use. Brining pork chops overnight helps keep them moist on the grill.

  2. Christine says

    Accent Flavor Enhancer food seasoning is all natural and has no artificial flavors. We are all about providing easy cooking solutions and helping you wake up the natural flavors of your food. Accent adds depth to food flavor. It’s been a “secret ingredient” of many chefs for years. Accent has 60% less sodium than salt and is a terrific salt alternative for people watching their sodium intake.

    Use Accent seasoning on virtually all “savory” foods you cook – meats, poultry, sauces, fish, vegetables, soups, potatoes and rice. You’ll find a little Accent makes a big improvement in flavor that the whole family will love.

    • Cyd says

      Liquid smoke is a strong sauce that is so delicious when cooking meat. It comes in a few flavors. It’s just a small bottle. Usually found by the worcestershire sauce.

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