For safe consumption, we recommend cooking pork to an internal temperature of 145°F or 65°C. Depending on the cut and thickness of your chop, the time can vary. Check out these recommended cooking times.
Wondering how long you need to grill pork chops for the perfect sear, while still retaining that juicy interior? Depending on the thickness and size of your chop, it can take anywhere from eight to 30 minutes. Here’s a helpful cooking chart and tips to achieve delicious pork chops every time.
Best Time & Temperature to Grill Pork Chops
Golden Rules of Grilled Pork Chops
Thicker is better. Thin pork chops overcook and dry out easily. Thick cuts are ideal for retaining those tender juices.
Brine your heart out. Brining keeps your pork chops juicy and moist.
Stick with indirect heat. Avoid grilling a pork chop over direct, high heat. Instead, use indirect heat to better control the cook.