A favourite meat at BBQ parties, has got to be grilled pork chops. This is because they are often more affordable BBQ foods when compared to other meats. However, if you’re an avid BBQ chef, you’d probably encountered more than one occasion where you have bitten into a dry and tough BBQ pork chops. So, if you are wondering how to purchase the right pork chops for your BBQ, we’ve got you covered. Let’s take a look at these important things to keep in mind when buying your BBQ pork chops:
1. Bone-In or Boneless?
Bone in pork chops are the best for BBQ. You want to purchase a pork chop that is at least 1-inch thick to use on the grill. If you don’t see any out for purchase, you should ask at the meat counter and they can cut them for you.
Sirloin chops are not as good for grilling since they are often thinner and have less fat. So, go for center-cut loin chops or center-cut rib chops since they are thicker and tend to have more fat marbling which will taste great on the BBQ grill!
3. Visual Cues
When shopping for fresh pork chops to BBQ, look for those with pale, pink flesh, modest marbling, and pure white fat on the chops – because fat = flavour!
Alternatively, leave the hassle of picking out the right BBQ foods to our professional BBQ chefs at Sunday Roast! Simply select the Omakase option and indicate if you have any preference or dietary restrictions. It is THAT easy. What are you waiting for? Contact us to book now!