1/4 cup hoisin sauce
Preheat the outdoor grill or indoor grill pan to medium. Make sure to oil the grates with a wad of paper towels dipped in vegetable oil. Grill the pork chops for about 5-6 minutes...
Flip, and then grill another 5-6 minutes or until done.
Don't overcook them, you want tender meat, not pork bricks. If you want to get all fancy and give the meat a 1/4 turn before you flip it to get those nice grill marks, knock yourself out. I was too busy making sure the baby didn't wander out of the back yard, down the driveway, and out to the street to get squished by a car.
Remove the pork to a nice big serving plate, and sprinkle with a little bit of chopped green onion if you have time, want to impress the visiting in-laws, or just for the heck of it.
I didn't garnish our platter, but I did put some on my own plate (so the kids wouldn't say, "Mommy, don't put any onions on my plate!"
I served Green Beans with Orange-Ginger Butter on the side. I'll post that recipe next, don't worry! My poor hubby came home late after making a big SAM's run, and then got the kids to bed, so he didn't get to eat until nearly 9PM. But he told me afterwards, "That was a very good dinner honey."
That was the nicest thing I'd heard all day. Oh, and getting carded at the grocery store because I bought a bottle of wine. Can you believe it? It made my week!
God Bless your table tonight!