Perfectly smoky, campfire-type flavor pork chops (I used an ordinary grocery butcher's 4 pack of boneless THICK pork chops) tastes wonderful to offset smoky dried chile and avocado salsa, tortilla, and a side of pintos with Cotija cheese. I do not like Liquid Smoke in any other recipe but combining it with the Worcestershire sauce is beautiful. However, I used a dry rub with the first few ingredients and then drizzled on the wet 2 ingredients before, during and after the grilling. Another way to do it would be to put on the dry rubs and then marinate in a bag. I know the recipe calls to make a paste but I get really weirded out smearing paste on meat.
In looking at the negatives for this, I saw a common theme of "too salty" but that could be the cuts of pork used. I think thinner ones will taste saltier. You might do well to pare down using less salt if you have thinner cuts. Normally if a review has a lot of typos in it, I pretty much discount it.
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Perfectly smoky, campfire-type flavor pork chops (I used an ordinary grocery butcher's 4 pack...