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Pork Chop Marinade

At Jimmy’s Sauces, we want to share our family recipe with you-our Jimmy’s Sauce for marinating pork chops.

We take pride in family traditions, family stories and recipes handed down from generation to generation. Jimmy’s Sauce can be used as a marinade for pork chops, pulled pork, pork ribs and pork tenderloin.

Pork Chop Marinade

At Jimmy’s Sauces, we want to share our family recipe with you-our Jimmy’s Sauce for marinating pork chops.

We take pride in family traditions, family stories and recipes handed down from generation to generation.

Jimmy’s Sauce can be used as a marinade for pork chops, pulled pork, pork ribs and pork tenderloin.

Middle-aged man marinating pork chops


Jimmy's Pork Chop Marinade

Sooey! (Pronounced Sue-EEEE) That is how we call a pig around here. It's also how we let the kids know the BBQ pork chops are ready.

While the kids are out chasing lightning bugs (that is country for fireflies), I am just standing here flipping the BBQ pork chops on the grill counting down the minutes until suppertime.

The crickets are singing in the background and the adults are catching up on the local gossip while anticipating the taste of the delicious BBQ pork chops. Jimmy’s Sauce tastes just like homemade but without all of the fuss and mess. Jimmy’s Sauce makes an excellent grilling companion and might just have you yelling Sooey, too! 

 

Middle-aged man marinating pork chops


Jimmy's Pork Chop Marinade

Sooey! (Pronounced Sue-EEEE) That is how we call a pig around here. It's also how we let the kids know the BBQ pork chops are ready.

While the kids are out chasing lightning bugs (that is country for fireflies), I am just standing here flipping the BBQ pork chops on the grill counting down the minutes until suppertime.

The crickets are singing in the background and the adults are catching up on the local gossip while anticipating the taste of the delicious BBQ pork chops. Jimmy’s Sauce tastes just like homemade but without all of the fuss and mess. Jimmy’s Sauce makes an excellent grilling companion and might just have you yelling Sooey, too! 

 

Marinating Baked Pork Chops

Ugh! I remember the last time Aunt Pam (I will not mention her real name because I don’t want her to be embarrassed) was in charge of the pork chops at our potluck dinner. She marinated the pork chops in orange juice and ketchup.

Not again, Aunt Pammy. This time, I am in charge of the pork chops and am using Jimmy’s Sauce, a great pork chop marinade for baking pork chops. Every time I use Jimmy’s Sauce, everyone raves about the pork chops and they ask me for the recipe.

I have been keeping Jimmy’s Sauce a secret for so long that I am starting to feel bad about it. So, I wanted to let y’all know about my little secret so you can try some for yourself. Oh, and I let Aunt Pam in on the secret, too.   

Marinating Grilled Pork Chops

Marinating your pork chops before grilling is easy with Jimmy's sauce. Simply pour it over your pork chops and place in the refrigerator. We like to give it about 2 hours to marinate. If you don’t have a lot of time, 30 minutes will do the job.

For more depth of flavor, use Jimmy’s Sauce to marinate your pork chops overnight in the refrigerator. Jimmy’s Sauce can be used as a marinade, dressing and also a dip. This is also a great idea for a laid back evening with friends.

Invite your best buddies over to watch some sports on your big screen TV and share a meal that they are sure to remember. Have them pull up a chair, kick back and stay awhile.

Marinating Baked Pork Chops

Ugh! I remember the last time Aunt Pam (I will not mention her real name because I don’t want her to be embarrassed) was in charge of the pork chops at our potluck dinner. She marinated the pork chops in orange juice and ketchup.

Not again, Aunt Pammy. This time, I am in charge of the pork chops and am using Jimmy’s Sauce, a great pork chop marinade for baking pork chops. Every time I use Jimmy’s Sauce, everyone raves about the pork chops and they ask me for the recipe.

I have been keeping Jimmy’s Sauce a secret for so long that I am starting to feel bad about it. So, I wanted to let y’all know about my little secret so you can try some for yourself. Oh, and I let Aunt Pam in on the secret, too.   

Marinating Grilled Pork Chops

Marinating your pork chops before grilling is easy with Jimmy's sauce. Simply pour it over your pork chops and place in the refrigerator. We like to give it about 2 hours to marinate. If you don’t have a lot of time, 30 minutes will do the job.

For more depth of flavor, use Jimmy’s Sauce to marinate your pork chops overnight in the refrigerator. Jimmy’s Sauce can be used as a marinade, dressing and also a dip. This is also a great idea for a laid back evening with friends.

Invite your best buddies over to watch some sports on your big screen TV and share a meal that they are sure to remember. Have them pull up a chair, kick back and stay awhile.

Our Favorite Pork Chop Recipe

Need a fantastic recipe for marinating pork chops? Here is our favorite one.

Ingredients:

-4 bone-in pork chops

-2 tablespoons brown sugar

-1 teaspoon of black pepper

-1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil

-¼ cup of Jimmy’s Sauce

 

Directions:

Place pork chops in a baking dish or resalable plastic bag. In a large mixing bowl, combine the brown sugar, black pepper, olive oil and Jimmy’s sauce. Place in the refrigerator to marinate for about 2 hours.

Preheat the oven to 400°F. Brown each side of the pork chops over high heat in a frying pan (skillet) about 2 minutes on each side. This really helps to seal in the moisture and flavor.

Transfer the pork chops to an oven safe baking dish. Bake for 15 minutes or until the internal temperature reaches 145°. Allow meat to cool for 5-10 minutes prior to serving.  

 This is a great recipe to use if you want to make a Traditional Southern New Year’s Day meal to bring you and your family good luck in the New Year. According to Southern tradition, the pork stands for prosperity.

Serve the pork with black-eyed peas for luck, greens for wealth (cabbage, collard greens, or turnip greens) and a big slice of cornbread topped with real butter. Drizzle a little Jimmy’s Sauce on your greens to amp up the flavor.

Once you have a full belly, it will be time to start planning your New Year’s Resolutions. Enjoy!

Our Favorite Pork Chop Recipe

Need a fantastic recipe for marinating pork chops? Here is our favorite one.

Ingredients:

-4 bone-in pork chops

-2 tablespoons brown sugar

-1 teaspoon of black pepper

-1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil

-¼ cup of Jimmy’s Sauce

 

Directions:

Place pork chops in a baking dish or resalable plastic bag. In a large mixing bowl, combine the brown sugar, black pepper, olive oil and Jimmy’s sauce.

Place in the refrigerator to marinate for about 2 hours.

Preheat the oven to 400°F. Brown each side of the pork chops over high heat in a frying pan (skillet) about 2 minutes on each side. This really helps to seal in the moisture and flavor.

Transfer the pork chops to an oven safe baking dish. Bake for 15 minutes or until the internal temperature reaches 145°. Allow meat to cool for 5-10 minutes prior to serving.  

This is a great recipe to use if you want to make a Traditional Southern New Year’s Day meal to bring you and your family good luck in the New Year. According to Southern tradition, the pork stands for prosperity.

Serve the pork with black-eyed peas for luck, greens for wealth (cabbage, collard greens, or turnip greens) and a big slice of cornbread topped with real butter.

Drizzle a little Jimmy’s Sauce on your greens to amp up the flavor. Once you have a full belly, it will be time to start planning your New Year’s Resolutions. Enjoy!

Get Ready to Make the Juiciest, Most Flavorful Pork Chops!

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