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A Hot-and-Cool Combo
Spicy grilled boneless pork chops rubbed
with smoked paprika, hot sauce and
cayenne pepper, paired with a refreshing
Cook to Perfection
The secret to delicious pork every time?
Don’t overcook it. The National Pork Board
recommends cooking fresh pork to an internal
temperature between 145ºF (medium-rare)
and 160ºF (medium), with a three-minute rest.
Use a digital cooking thermometer for the
Did You Know?
Pork is high in protein and a great choice
for better-for-you recipes. Ounce for ounce,
pork tenderloin is as lean as a skinless
chicken breast. In total, six pork cuts meet
the USDA guidelines for “lean,” with less than
10 grams of fat, 4. 5 grams of saturated fat
and 95 milligrams of cholesterol per serving.
Quick Kabob Tips
Delicious and easy to make, kabobs are a party favorite.
Whether backyard grilling or tailgating, try these simple tips:
Soak wooden skewers in water to prevent charring on
Leave space between each ingredient when threading
the skewers to assure even cooking.
Weather not ideal? Broil kabobs on a preheated broiler
pan 3 to 5 inches from the heat source, using the doneness
and cooking time from your recipe.
It’s time to get together, and pork is perfect for everything you’ve
got planned. From smoky grilled pork chops at the backyard barbecue
to savory pulled pork sandwiches at the tailgate, it’s easy to serve
incredible flavor in countless ways.
Easy, Breezy Honey-Chipotle Pork Kabobs
Fire up the grill for kabobs made with boneless pork
chops, sweet potatoes, fresh vegetables and scallions
brushed with honey-chipotle barbecue sauce and
sprinkled with goat cheese and cilantro.
Flavor That Brings
Find these delicious recipes and
more at PorkBeInspired.com.
Smoky Hot Chops with
Cool Cucumber-Tomato Salad
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