Monday, September 21, 2009

Grilled Polish Mustard Chops




Last month I posted one of my favorite recipes, Honey Mustard Pork Chops. My good friend Buffalodick, from Opinions and Rectums, We All Got One commented that I should try a certain Polish Mustard that is one of his favorites. Buff was kind enough to send me a jar. I heart this Polish mustard! Thank you Buff for broadening my horizons!


Pork chops with mustard, what can I say...let me show you.


Make a mustard sauce with 2 tablespoons of Dudek Polish Deli Mustard, 1/4 cup of white wine and juice from half of a lemon. Whisk together and set aside. Place your unseasoned pork chops, boneless, bone-in, whatever you want on a hot grill. That's right, don't season them. Sear 3 minutes per side, move to indirect heat and slather on the mustard sauce.









Cook for about 10 minutes, flip and slather the other side and cook for 10 more minutes. Flip and cook until done. I know, you see the French Fries on the grill. I'll show you that tomorrow if you want. Don't judge me...if I can dirty A.J.'s grill instead of my kitchen, it's all good.







If I give you a pork chop, will you clean the grill for me?




The homegirlz and I give Buff's Polish Deli Mustard our seal of approval.

Thanks Buff!









37 comments:

sherri said...

Sounds great! Love your seal of approval too. And no, I won't clean your grill...I'm looking for the same unsuspecting person to clean mine!

gigi said...

Well go "Musturd Chops"
Real talent you all STAR girls have there! Happy Monday!

Barbara Bakes said...

I love grilled pork chops. Yours look perfect!

Mary said...

These look and sound perfect. I love the last picture of the hands. Chefs would love it :-). Have a great day.

A Year on the Grill said...

What a blogger buddy!

And those chops are terrific...great post

5 Star Foodie said...

I wonder if my parents can get this Polish mustard for me in a Russian store, would love to try it - sounds yummy with pork chops!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Oh how I love your 'seal of approval' Katherine. How Creative... AND anything on the grill tastes great to me... The pork chops have to be wonderful --with that special mustard....

Hope the rains are quitting soon.
Hugs,
Betsy

LaurenaDoone said...

I can't wait to try this. First of all, I also HEART mustard! I eat it on everything...plus, I have been looking for a new pork chop recipe.. I will try this soon! Thanks

The Blonde Duck said...

I love the seal of approval! How cute!

Cinnamon Girl aka Reeni♥ said...

That is really cute!! The mustard chops sound delicious!! And so do all those other goodies your grilling!

Elra said...

How cute, your seal of approval from the girls? Yay... go Katherine!

Cheryl said...

Wow excellent idea, I have never had mustard chops before and I adore your seal of approval!

the ungourmet said...

Oh how I hate cleaning the grill but these look so great how can I say no! :P

Selba said...

The pork chops look so yummy! Love the star from fingers :)

Mary said...

Yummy! But that whole grill looks darned good to me.

tamilyn said...

You're too funny! I love the seal of approval! Sound delish :)

Katy ~ said...

You are a star!

Pork chops are so good; with the mustard and then grilled...yeah, I'd clean your grill!

Sophie said...

We love porkchops with mustard!!!

It is so delicious!!

I love how you write,..

Joanne said...

What makes polish mustard different from regular mustard? Either way, grilled pork chops are always delicious. I love pork.

Natashya KitchenPuppies said...

I am a big fan of artisan mustards. The chops look great!

My Carolina Kitchen said...

Love the star. Looks like it the perfect compliment for the mustard. It's so much fun to try new things that friends love that you can't get.
Sam

The Japanese Redneck said...

I love mustard. But was wondering the same thing "what makes polish mustard different from regular mustard?"

Ramona

Katherine Aucoin said...

The Polish mustard does have the tangy, spicy horseradish flavor of a grain mustard, but it is smoother on the taste buds and has a creamier texture.

Marjie said...

Mustard sauce is great with any pork product. Have you ever tried mustard whisked into cream? Great stuff! Lucky you, getting such a present!

buffalodick said...

Katherine- You are most welcome- and thank-you!
Dudeks is made in Hamtramick MI, and is found in probably wherever a Polish style meat market, or Deli is. I'm guessing they have a web site.
The Polish were a group that were proud that they used everything from the pig except the squeal. This mustard and Polish sausage or Kielbasa is also an excellent match up! Thanks again for your gift of soups!

girlichef said...

mmmmmm....I could just slather that mustard all over just about anything! Sounds delish :D

Maria said...

My hubs cleans the grill-I am lucky:) Love that last photo too!

jenjen said...

Pork chops and mustard - that sounds like a great combo! Yum!

Have a super day!

XOOX
Jen

Debbie said...

Oh they look delicious - and so do the fries on the grill...great idea! Love the last pic of the star!!

Pam said...

I really love Polish mustard but never thought to add it to my pork chops - great idea!

April said...

Those chops look fantastic!! Love the star!!

trailrider731 said...

I may have to try my own version of Mustard Chops, Lately its been a real pain finding common items at the grocer much less finding an off the wall ingredient.POOOOOOOOO

seeya,
Lynn
the best is yet to come!!!

Bunny said...

The mustard chops look so good, I have yet to use mustard on pork chops but I'm going to cause yours always look so darn good!

Marguerite said...

Those spicy chops are making my mouth water, cher! Especially with the Polish mustard. Sounds scrumptious! Cute seal of approval, too.

Chris said...

I love pork chops and I know I'd love these! Excellently done! (Have any leftovers in the fridge?)

Hampers said...

Your blog looks yummy. i am salivating and can hardly wait to try these Pork chops with mustard and wine.

Pam said...

Hey, I'm polish! I need me some polish mustard too!