Recipe – Maple Bourbon Glazed Pork Chops (grilled)

Here is a great recipe submitted from the Maple Recipe Contest we are having! They received a free pint of Ben’s maple syrup and we got this tasty recipe!

Maple Bourbon Glazed Pork Chops (grilled)

2 oz bourbon
1 oz molasses
8 oz Ben’s Sugar Shack grade B maple syrup
1 tsp brown sugar

Heat a stainless steel frying pan or small sauce pot on high heat, pour in bourbon and let the alcohol cook off. (If cooking with gas let the bourbon catch fire and turn flame to low. If cooking on electric, as the bourbon sizzles take a long grill lighter and spark the lighter just above the bourbon, this will ignite a flame. Stir bourbon slowly in the pan until the flame goes out, this should take less than one minute. When the flame is gone that means the alcohol is cooked off. )
Add molasses, maple syrup, and brown sugar turn heat to low. When sugar is dissolved the glaze is ready.
Grill pork chops until halfway cooked, brush on glaze and finish grilling to desired temp.
(Pork does not have to be grilled, it can be roasted as well)

-Recipe submitted by Jonathan Donnelly

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2 Responses to Recipe – Maple Bourbon Glazed Pork Chops (grilled)

  1. These pork chops are making me drool. They probably fall right off the bone. Grill them all the way…no boiling.

  2. CATMAN says:

    visited today 2/19 2012 .the person we saw was most pleasant and very inviting .took the time to show us everything really informative. and little girl really enjoyed . the free samples didnt hurt lol

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