The Simpleton’s Sweet BBQ Pork Chops

Good evening,

Here’s another Simpleton’s recipe. If you haven’t noticed by now I do have a couple of them on here. They’re literally the easiest of the easy recipes you can find anywhere- but they taste like you did some magic.

For this recipe you will need:

1 package of boneless pork chops

1 bottle BBQ sauce, I used Bullseye original, but you can use your favourite

1 cup brown sugar

1/2 cup yellow mustard

1/2 cup ketchup

4 minced garlic cloves

2 tbsp olive oil

Step 1:

Make your sauce. You just combine everything on the list except for the pork chops and mix it together. It’s a good idea to sift the brown sugar into the sauce as it tends to clump together and become a big ball of hard-but-sweet-annoyingness.

 

Step 2:

Once you’ve got your sauce, lay out all of the pork chops in a baking dish. If you are going to make layers of chops, just lay out the first layer. You’ll need to pour the sauce over the first layer, then put the next layer of chops on, and cover those with the sauce as well. Once everything is nice and covered, pour the remaining sauce all over. Get it all nice and saturated.

 

Step 3:

I let these sit over night. It lets the sauce have time to soak into the pork chops, and by letting them soak it ensures maximum moisture and tenderness.

Preheat the oven to 350F, and cook for about 40 minutes.

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Remember, pork MUST reach an internal temperature of at least 145F to ensure health and safety assurance, as well as quality assurance. I wouldn’t let it cook over 160F, you’ll be in the chewing for days territory.

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