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July 11, 2019

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Running out of things to grill already? Don't limit yourself to burgers and dogs alone. If you want to venture out why not try these simple grilled pork chops for a little different Summer entree that is still quick and easy to prepare. This is one of those super simple and few ingredient secrets just using jarred chunky salsa & orange marmelade so prep is a cinch. A favorite way to prepare pork chops during the summer, this is a popular
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4 boneless pork chops, 1/2-inch thick
1/2 cup thick and chunky hot salsa
4 tablespoons water
4 tablespoons orange marmalade
1/2 teaspoon seasoned salt

In small bowl, combine salsa, water, marmalade and seasoned salt; blend well. Place pork chops in plastic bag or nonmetal baking dish. Pour 1/2 of marinade mixture over pork, turning to coat. Seal bag or cover dish; marinate about 1 hour, turning pork chops several times. When ready to barbecue, remove pork chops from marinade and discard used marinade. Place chops on grill 4-6 inches above medium-high coals. grill about 4 minutes per side, basting with reserved marinade.

Yield: 4 Servings
Categories: Meats, Pork, Grill

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Pork is referred to in advertising campaigns as
"the other white meat." Sometimes it can be leaner
than chicken, and it's also one of the few meats that
you can eat at every meal...

* Don't buy pork if the fat is a yellow color. Be sure
the meat is pale pink with a small amount of marbling.

* If you bring pork to an internal temperature of 160
degrees, it can be safely consumed.

* To extend pork's shelf life, transfer the meat from
the store packaging to a plastic bag and mark the
purchase date on the bag. Also, keep it in the coldest
part of the refrigerator.