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Good Shepherd™ Smoked Pork Chops

Good Shepherd™ Smoked Pork Chops

It's true! Good Shepherd™ was made with lamb in mind, but as we have (hopefully) all learned, Casa M Spice Co™ blends are versatile enough to pair perfectly with far more than what they were originally designed to compliment. To that end, in this recipe we show off our Good Shepherd™ rub on boneless pork chops. This is one of those super simple recipes that requires very little planning (other than getting good chops to start with). Remember that Good Shepherd™ and Uncontrolled Good Shepherd™ are both very low in salt content, so we salt first, then rub, then smoke, and finally sear on the charbroiler. The end result is a batch of succulent chops with great smoke on them and flavor that you won't believe until you taste it. Casa M Spice CoⓇ has created Good ShepherdⓇ as a seasoning for lamb, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be used on all of your favorite meats. How about trying Good ShepherdⓇ on boneless pork chops? The blends at Casa M Spice CoⓇ were designed to complement the meats but also be versatile. You can get delicious smoked pork chops with great flavor by using Good ShepherdⓇ. Pick up a pack today and give it a try at your next family barbecue!#SpiceConfidently #EssenceOfFlavor #CasaMSpice

— Mike Hernandez

ingredients

FOR THE CHOPS
  • Casa M Spice Co™ Good Shepherd™ or Uncontrolled Good Shepherd™
  • Pink Himalayan Salt (~1/4 teaspoon/pound)
  • 6 1-1/2" to 2" thick pork chops

FEATURED QUOTE

This is one of those super simple recipes that requires very little planning (other than getting good chops to start with).

- Mike Hernandez

LET’S GET COOKING

  • 1.

    Preheat your smoker to 160℉.

  • 2.

    Salt your chops and rub the salt in.

  • 3.

    Sprinkle the chops generously with Good Shepherd™ or Uncontrolled Good Shepherd™ getting the rub on all surfaces.

  • 4.

    Place the chops in the smoker and let them take a smoke bath for about 60-90 minutes until their internal temperature reaches 100℉ - 110℉.

  • 5.

    Preheat your grill to medium heat (about 400℉ - 450℉).

  • 6.

    Transfer the chops from the smoker to the grill. Apply additional Good Shepherd™ or Uncontrolled Good Shepherd™ as desired.

  • 7.

    Cook for 5-10 minutes per side (depending on the thickness of your chops) until the internal temperature reads at least 150℉, but no more than 160℉.

  • 8.

    Remove the chops to a platter and let them rest for 10 minutes.

  • 9.

    Serve and try to be gracious when you get compliments like "These are the best pork chops I've ever had in my whole life!


1 comment

  • Definitely need to try this haven’t done many pork chops lately sounds like a great combo

    Lucas Harbeck

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