A snap to put together and so yummy–just what this busy mom needed. I have a recipe for a great marinade, but this particular night, I opted for something even quicker. It was serendipity: in the fridge I found half a bottle of Brianna’s Ginger Mandarin Dressing, so I threw that on the chops and let them marinate for about half an hour.
Boneless thin-cut chops are typically a little more expensive than a regular cut, but I love how quickly they cook up. Less than 10 minutes on the grill and they were done. Paired with a baked potato and fresh nectarines, it was the perfect late summer/early autumn meal. This particular package of pork chops was about $10; I grilled them all the same night and saved half of them for dinner a few days later. With steamed rice and a green salad, it doesn’t feel like you’re eating the same thing twice and that’s two of the week’s evening meals, done.