Grilling Pork In Three Different Ways

Grilling Pork In Three Different Ways

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Be it spending time with your family or hanging out with your friends, no barbecue party is complete without any grilled pork.

Grill pork in three different ways:

On Charcoal

When grilling pork on charcoal, always remember to just do it on high heat for at least 4 minutes on both sides and around the sides. Switch right away on low heat for the rest of the grilling time, making it crusty outside and tender inside. For tastier results, boil the pork until it can be effortlessly poked by a toothpick. And then, marinate the pork for about 4 hours. The marinade flavor on the pork will stick on its entirety, making it juicier when grilled.

On Stove

When grilling pork on stove, always remember to just do it on high heat for at least 2 minutes on both sides. Switch right away on medium heat for the rest of the grilling time, making it crispy outside and tender inside. Grill the pork too high and it will be tough and burnt. Grill the pork too low and it will be pink and raw. For juicier results, boil the pork until it can be effortlessly poked by a toothpick. And then, marinate the pork for about 2 hours.

With Foil

When grilling pork with foil, always remember to just do it on medium heat for at least 10 minutes on both sides. Switch right away on low heat for the rest of the grilling time, making it tender outside and juicy inside. You can also boil the pork, as well as marinate the pork, beforehand for tastier results.

Grill pork in these different ways. You can also learn how to cook pork ribeye steaks (a kind of pork that needs more grilling time) in these different ways.

Do you know any other ways to grill pork? Let us know in the comments section below!

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