Juicy pineapple and a tangy lime-ginger marinade on the pork chops creates a perfect grilled meal with that sweet and sour yin and yang that is so appealing.
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This was a great recipe and could be used on many different meats and veggies. I did add a bit of sambal oelek for a little kick. We had heirloom pork chops and an incredibly ripe pineapple which helped, and since only marinating 2 pork chops also did some shrimp marinated separately and some asparagus, too, in the extra marinade. All were wonderful. Served it with the Spicy Asian Broccoli and Snap Peas also from this website. An extremely flavorful plate overflowing with veggies and fruit w/ the pork chop and shrimp. I will definitely use this recipe again.
Very good! I took the leftover marinade and reduced it down to make a sauce and spooned it over everything. I think it needs a little kick, so I'll add some red pepper flakes or a little rooster sauce next time.
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