Minced fresh rosemary
Garlic cloves, minced
●Mix minced rosemary, minced garlic, lemon juice, pepper, and olive oil in a bowl using a food processor.
●Pat dry the surface of the pork loin with a paper towel. If the pork loin was just taken out of the fridge, let it come to room temperature before patting it dry.
●Sprinkle salt on the surface of the pork loin, then evenly coat the pork loin with the prepared marinade (don't forget the sides). Wrap it with plastic wrap and refrigerate for at least 1 hour. This allows the pork to fully absorb the flavors of the marinade.
●Take out the marinated pork loin and let it come back to room temperature.
●Insert a wireless meat thermometer, such as the Armeator One, into the pork loin. Connect the probe to your mobile phone via Bluetooth and set the desired temperature in the app. The optimal internal temperature for pork is 145°F.
●Place the pork loin on a preheated grill and grill each side until golden brown.
●When the Armeator app's alarm sounds, remove the pork loin from the grill, let it rest for a while, and then it is ready to be enjoyed.
If you want to achieve perfect barbecue marks on your pork chops, here are some suggestions:
Prepare the grill: Ensure that the grill is preheated to the appropriate temperature, typically between 180°C to 230°C.
Oil the grates: Brush a thin layer of vegetable oil or olive oil onto the grill grates to prevent food from sticking.
Avoid frequent flipping: Try to avoid flipping the pork chops too often during the grilling process. Let each side cook for a period of time until grill marks appear and the pork is thoroughly cooked, then flip.
Timing the cooking: The cooking time will depend on the thickness and type of the pork chops. As a general guideline, 3-5 minutes per side is a good starting point. If you want deeper grill marks, you can slightly extend the cooking time.
Distance from the heat: Place the pork chops on the grill at a slightly higher distance from the heat source to avoid excessive charring. This will allow the grill marks to be more defined.
BBQ sauce: If desired, brush a layer of barbecue sauce onto the pork chops during the last few minutes of grilling to enhance the color and flavor of the grill marks.
Corn salad is a perfect side dish to accompany rosemary garlic marinated pork chops. Not only does it add delicious flavors but it also enhances the overall texture and nutritional value of the pork chops. Making a corn salad is simple, just combine cooked corn with your choice of fruits and vegetables, add some cilantro, lemon juice, and salt. Grill the pork chops to perfection, plate them, and serve the corn salad alongside as a side dish. The aroma of rosemary and garlic will complement the sweetness of the corn, bringing richness and texture to the entire dish.