Barbecue Pork Chops | Basics with Babish (feat. It's Alive with Brad)

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  • Published on:  Thursday, June 28, 2018
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    This week I'm taking a look at BBQ pork chops - cooked both indoors and outdoors. I'm talking about how to cook your pork properly, so that you don't end up with a slab of sawdust.

    See how we made the sauce on Bon Appetit: https://cnclips.net/video/nMYopbutSgs/video.html

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    Ingredients & Grocery List:
    + For the chops:
    Kosher or table salt (a lot of it)
    Bone-in pork chops (rib chops and loin chops are what I used)
    Barbecue sauce of your choice (or make your own, ingredients below)
    Vegetable oil

    + For the dry rub:
    Dark brown sugar
    Paprika
    Smoked paprika
    Ground coriander
    Ground cumin
    Black pepper

    + For homemade barbecue sauce:
    Ketchup
    Small white onion
    Worcestershire
    Smoked paprika
    Apple cider vinegar
    Dijon mustard
    Dark brown sugar

    Special Equipment:
    Large container for brining
    Charcoal grill (if doing outdoor method)
    Wooden or metal skewers
    Instant read thermometer
    Brush for barbecue sauce

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  • thesayarism
    thesayarism  7 days ago

    Piglet birth is no dry affair

  • Denn Leavy
    Denn Leavy  7 days ago +1

    Just fyi, it's pronounced Wooster-sheer

  • Eagleclaw
    Eagleclaw  14 days ago

    THE FOND!!!! AHHHHHHHHH!!!!! 🤢🤢

  • Adam Zajac
    Adam Zajac  14 days ago +1

    Just made the indoor version of these for my wife and I - beat chops ever! Thanks Babish!

  • Patrick Scott
    Patrick Scott  28 days ago

    145 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT INTERNALLY

  • Jimmydoesstuff 1122
    Jimmydoesstuff 1122  1 months ago +1

    How much vinegar do I use for the barbecue sauce? You never mentioned it

  • paul kitchen
    paul kitchen  2 months ago

    WUS-TER-SHIRE ..... Worcestershire .... got it .... get it ..... GOOD!!!! :D @Binging with Babish

  • Luke Skywalker
    Luke Skywalker  2 months ago

    FLIPPING CONTINUALLY UNTIL THEY REACH AN INTERNAL TEMPERATURE OF 145 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT

  • Lakshmi Gangesh
    Lakshmi Gangesh  2 months ago

    I NEED MORE BRAD AND BABISH

  • Joanna Julep
    Joanna Julep  2 months ago +1

    Omg they just used their hands to handle the hot meat HAHA I CANT 😂

  • Mic Villain
    Mic Villain  2 months ago

    I had. this for dinner today, it was awesome. Thanks for the help Babish. Keep up the awesome work.

  • Scott Smith
    Scott Smith  2 months ago

    I hope you ate that towel after you wiped all the delicious fond off the pan. Who even are you?

  • Eduardo Severo
    Eduardo Severo  2 months ago

    mirage

  • Gavin Rivas
    Gavin Rivas  2 months ago

    using the miso buch bbq

  • Steve's Jerky
    Steve's Jerky  2 months ago

    It shows you using apple cider vinegar in your sauce but you don't mention it?

  • Flummingbird
    Flummingbird  2 months ago +2

    this was great. I used the techniques in this (except for the brine), and it was stellar. 10/10 would recommend. Big hit at our DnD game night.

  • Rayfould
    Rayfould  3 months ago

    1:21 he deadass just moved the fucking coal with his finger?

  • Heavymetalization
    Heavymetalization  3 months ago +2

    4:47 who wouldve guessed

  • Michael Woollard
    Michael Woollard  3 months ago

    I just call Worcester Sauce the second Brown Sauce in the cupboard

  • Mr. Couver
    Mr. Couver  3 months ago

    Probably the biggest misconception that Brad briefly went over in the video is that pork needs to be completely white internally. I found out through my previous job that you CAN cook pork like a steak. And it's okay to do that. Just because one person somehow finds a worm in their cooked pork chop doesn't mean that it's the same everywhere else. Just cook it with a little pink and see what happens to you. If you're not dead, stop panicking and make it a habit cause it's safe.