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Pork Chops on Portobello Mushrooms

Pork Chops on Portobello Mushrooms

This pork recipe is quick and easy to make and tastes great. It’s truly a great meal (and a lactose-free one) that everyone will love!

Here’s how to make this amazing meal:

Ingredients (for 3 servings):



  1. Preheat the Grill to 450-500°F, making sure to create direct and indirect cooking zones*.
  2. Spoon 1 tbsp. of duck fat into the center of each portobello mushroom (where the stem would be), then place each one on the grill in the indirect cooking zone; cap top down.
  3. Allow the duck fat to melt, then sprinkle Explorer spice mix on top.
  4. While the mushrooms are cooking, sprinkle Jamaican Jerk spice mix on all sides (even the edges) of the pork chops to give it a light crust.
  5. Make sure the direct cooking area is piping hot**, then sear the chops on both sides.
  6. Lay the chops on top of the mushrooms and let them cook in the indirect cooking zone***.
  7. Use a knife to slice the cheese into very thin slices and the tomato into thin slices.
  8. Place the tomato slices on top of the chops, then sprinkle a little California spice mix on top.
  9. Top the tomato slices with the cheese and let everything cook.
  10. Meanwhile, make the dipping sauce by mixing the yogurt with a little Caribbean and California spice mixes, honey (I recommend heating it up before adding it in, so it’s more liquid) and cilantro in a bowl. Set aside.
  11. Take the meal off the grill once the pork chops have an internal temperature between 130 and 135°F.
  12. Let the meat rest for a bit, then serve the meal with the sauce on the side.
  13. Slice into it and enjoy every bite!


*If you’re using a charcoal Grill, place the charcoal on one side and make sure it’s hot enough. If you’re using a gas Grill, you can set the burner in the indirect zone to the lowest setting if you wish.

**If you’re using a charcoal Grill, blow on the coals before transferring the meat to the grill to make sure they are well ignited.

***If the lid has a chimney, be sure to place it over the indirect cooking zone when setting it on the Grill.

Happy grilling!