Grilled Stuffed Pork Chops

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Serves: 3
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Ingredients

3 pork chops, thick (can either be loin or boned)
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5 slice bread cubed
1/2 small onion chopped fine
1 large celery stick chopped
1/2 tsp dried basil and parsley
1/2 c frozen corn, thawed
1/4 c currants
2 eggs, beaten

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Dana Ramsey Recipe
x6
Well Seasoned
Somewhere in, PA
DRamsey
Member Since Nov 2010
Dana's notes for this recipe:
I made these over the weekend. I wanted stuffed pork chops and my husband wanted something on the grill. So we tried this and they were wonderful. Had a wonderful smoky flavor and they were so moist.
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Directions

1
Cut a pocket into your chops, season with a little salt and pepper.
2
In a small mixing bowl add your bread cubes, onion, celery, herbs, corn and currants. Mix. Add your eggs and mix well.
3
Stuff your chops with the filing mixture. Place 2 tooth picks to hold chops together.
4
Place on a foil lined cookie sheet and just lay another sheet of foil on top.
5
Place on your grill. Now we have a smoker which has a fire box so we placed our chops on the smoker side and cooked them for about 40 minutes. We removed the foil which was on top of the chops about 10 to 15 minutes before they were done. If you are using a gas grill I would say put it on medium heat but use your own judgment. Cook the chops to about 165° temp (yes they have now found out that it is save to eat pork at this temp.)

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user Jane McMillan janenov46 - Jun 14, 2011
Now that is a great idea, and another reason to get a smoker when you buy a grill. The recipe looks just delish, and easy too.
Ours is in just a real bad place to get to it, and is tempermental to boot. When we finally get our porch or move, a grill is the first thing I am buying, and with a smoker in it.
user Dana Ramsey DRamsey - Jun 14, 2011
Jane my husband has had this smoker since 1997 it is a Brinkman and made in Texas. They are the best and obviously last forever. He did call the company, and by the way got an american as they do not out source, they helped him order new grates for ours. So if you get one but that brand. Home Depot sells them I believe. Walmart use to but haven't seen them there for a few years. These chops really turned out. Of course he was skeptical since they were stuffed but we pulled it off!
user Jane McMillan janenov46 - Jun 14, 2011
Thanks for the info it sounds like a good thing to buy for sure.
user Stormy Stewart karlyn255 - Jun 14, 2011
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