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Author Notes: This brine makes the juiciest chops ever. I won't cook pork chops unless I brine them in this first. - lowecc —lowecc
Food52 Review: Following lowecc's instructions I used my favorite seasonings in fact I seasoned these two ways, to test the coffee flavor. The first was seasoned with just pepper and crushed oregano. The second was seasoned with a drop or two of sherry vinegar (rubbed into the chop), smoked paprika, garlic and onion powder. Of the two I really like the second. Both were equally juicy after grilling and I could clearly taste the coffee in both chops. This is a good technique. - Javajunkie —Javajunkie
- 4 cups Freshly Brewed Coffee
- 1/4 cup Sea Salt
- 3 tablespoons Molasses
- 2 cups Ice
- 4 Pork Chops
- Combine coffee, salt & molasses add ice cubes to cool mixture. Add Chops and brine for 6 hours min in refrigerator. Remove chops from brine & pat dry. Season with favorite rub or with salt & pepper. Pan fry or BBQ until meat reaches 160 degrees.
- This recipe is a Community Pick!
- This recipe was entered in the contest for Your Best Recipe with Coffee
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