Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Chicago Style Bone-In Pork Chop Sandwich / Pork Burgers

I got the idea for this cook after viewing and reading about Jim's Original Chicago Style Pork Chop Sandwich on You Tube. I tried to copy the recipe and method and cooked or grilled it on my Cobb Grill. Planned to use a fairly high grill temperature for this cook. Along with the big chop, I also did some State Fair Pork Burgers.

 photo DSC03701.jpg

 photo DSC03703.jpg

I used a thicker cut chop than what is served at Jim’s and placed it into the same marinade that he uses for his famous chops. 

 photo DSC03702.jpg

These are three of my 1/3 pound homemade Pork Burgers ready for the grill. 

 photo DSC03704.jpg

I added a small Weber chimney of lump charcoal to the grill for this cook. 

 photo DSC03705.jpg

I added my Grill Grates smooth side up and brought the grill up to about 575 degrees for this cook. 

 photo DSC03707.jpg

The Wife’s bone in chop took about 10 minutes to get done at 145 degrees internal.

 photo DSC03711.jpg

Next up were the caramelized onions for the pork chop sandwich.

 photo DSC03708.jpg

 photo DSC03709.jpg

I then grilled my homemade pork burgers to an internal of 160 degrees.

 photo DSC03712.jpg

 photo DSC03713.jpg

 photo DSC03714.jpg

The results of my cook.

 photo DSC03717.jpg

 photo DSC03716.jpg

 photo DSC03719.jpg

I added some mustard to the bun, my caramelized onions, and then the bone-in pork chop and served it up to the wife.

 photo DSC03720.jpg

 photo DSC03721.jpg

For my pork burger sandwich, I added some lettuce and tomato and then squirted on some horsey sauce. Made a fine meal.










No comments:

Post a Comment