Grilled Pork Chops With Jack Daniels Glaze

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Grilled pork chops with Jack Daniels glaze are perfect for when you're having a little backyard barbeque. Make grilled pork chops with Jack Daniels glaze with help from an award-winning chef from Vermont in this free video clip.

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Hello, my name is Gabe Thompson. I'm the chef of Epicurean Group, Dell' Anima, L'Artusi, Anfora, L'Apicio and Epicurean events. We're going to make a Jack Daniels glaze for pork chop, great with a barbecue if you are having a little barbecue outside, kick it up a little bit with some Jack Daniels glaze. Everything we need for that is we've got onions and apples, a little Dijon mustard, apple cider, apple cider vinegar, whiskey of any kind that you want and a little molasses. What we need to do to start this recipe is saute the apples and then mix it together with a little bit of salt, a little olive oil in the pan, once that gets hot, we're going to add the apples and onions and saute those down, a little salt in there, never hurt anybody. Alright, we've got some nice color on here, it's cooked down a little bit. Now we're going to add the Jack Daniels. What you want to do is cook this liquid all the way until it's dry because you don't want there to be a raw alcohol taste. Next I'm going to add the apple juice and the apple cider vinegar. I'm going to add some Dijon mustard. We're going to add the molasses. It's going to give it a little bit of sweetness but molasses has a slight funk to it which I like. It's not as sweet as honey or like a brown sugar would be but it's got a nice aroma to it. It pairs really well with pork. So you have a nice fresh grilled pork chop and this glaze a little bit on top. Your guests will love it. Like I said you just, for grilled pork chops I think it's a perfect pairing. Pork chops do really well with a sweet and sour type sauce which this is a little bit sweet and sour.


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