Dry off the chops. Spray with a little oil and rub with pinch or two of salt and pepper on both sides.
A bone-in pork chop is a quick and easy dinner choices to prepare on the grill, one that your family and friends will love these. It only takes a little oil, salt and pepper.
Preheat the grill to a grate temperature of at least 450°F degrees to 500°F. Place the chops on hot clean grates and leave until sides of meat begin to show browning.
Once you see browning, flip the chops over.
Remove from grates when both sides are sear marked. It is okay to remove at Let rest until pork reaches an internal temperature of 145°F and is ready to serve.
Use an instant read digital thermometer to check the temperature.While resting, the chops will continue to cook slightly. During this time, muscle fibers within the pork will untwist and resabsorb moisture lost during your cook.