ponzu marinated pork

ponzu marinated porkPonzu is a citrus-based sauce commonly used in Japan and is generally available in Asian markets. It is often combined with soy sauce and makes a perfect paring with pork. This recipe is so simple there is no recipe. Simply marinate pork chops in ponzu in a Zip Loc bag for a half hour or more prior to grilling. The combination of the salty, citrusy ponzu and the smoky grill is sublime. Sear both sides of the pork chop and then move to the indirect side of the grill, covering the grill for about 10 minutes (depending upon thickness of the chops) until they are done. After you take the chops off the grill, don’t forget to cover them with foil and let them “rest” so they reabsorb all of their juices. So simple, so satisfying.

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John spends his days as C.O.O. of a health communications company researching and developing innovative communications solutions to enhance patient-provider engagement and learning. His passions include gardening, cycling, hiking, kayaking, and fishing any and all of which he would be thrilled to do full time if he could figure out how to make a livable wage doing so.
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