The Art of Grilling Stuffed Pork Chops

This article is brought to you by the National Pork Board, your perfect grilling partner this summer! Grilled pork chops are not only quick and easy to prepare, but they are also incredibly delicious. Get ready to elevate your grilling game with these mouthwatering stuffed pork chops!

Can You Master the Art of Grilling Stuffed Pork Chops?

Yes, you absolutely can! And let me tell you, grilled stuffed pork chops are in a league of their own. Prepare to indulge in the ultimate grilling experience! These Prosciutto and Asiago Cheese Stuffed Pork Chops will become your go-to summer meal. Inspired by a best-selling entrée from an Italian restaurant I worked at during college, this recipe is surprisingly simple yet impressive. It’s the epitome of Italian cooking, showcasing high-quality ingredients that shine in every bite.

Imagine stuffing bone-in pork chops with thinly sliced prosciutto and asiago cheese, marinating them in a simple balsamic marinade, and grilling them to perfection. As the cheese melts, it creates a tantalizingly gooey pool of flavor in the center of the chops, while the pork remains juicy and tender. It’s a symphony of textures and tastes that will leave you craving more.

Unleash Your Inner Grilling Maestro: How to Stuff Bone-In Pork Chops

Stuffing pork chops may seem intimidating, but fear not! It’s actually quite straightforward once you get the hang of it. Let me guide you through the process step by step, and you’ll become a master in no time.

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Mastering the Grill: How to Grill Stuffed Pork Chops

If you’ve never tried grilling stuffed pork chops before, trust me when I say it’s easier than you think. Once the pork chops are stuffed, the grill does all the work for you. It’s simplicity at its finest.

Did you know? Contrary to popular belief, pork no longer needs to be cooked until the juices run clear and the meat turns white. According to the USDA and FDA Food Code standards, thanks to modern pork production practices, commercially available pork is safe to eat when cooked to an internal temperature of 145 degrees F, resulting in a light blush pink color. Discover the new era of pork cooking temperatures here.

Serving Suggestions Fit for Royalty: Prosciutto and Asiago Cheese Stuffed Pork Chops

Once your stuffed pork chops are grilled to perfection, it’s time for the grand finale: serving them with flair. Here’s a serving suggestion that will impress your guests. After removing each pork chop from the bone, slice them into thin pieces to reveal the cheesy goodness within. Drizzle your favorite balsamic glaze or homemade balsamic reduction over the top and sprinkle with fresh herbs or crushed red pepper flakes for an extra kick of flavor.

Grilled stuffed pork chop on a black plate. The pork chop is sliced, revealing its cheese & prosciutto filling.

I guarantee that you’ll fall in love with this Prosciutto and Asiago Cheese Stuffed Pork Chops recipe, just like we have at the PWWB House for over a decade. Don’t forget to leave a comment with your star rating below and share your creations by snapping a photo and tagging @playswellwithbutter on Instagram. We can’t wait to see your PWWB masterpieces!

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Looking for more summer pork recipes that will make your taste buds dance? Give our Must-Have BBQ Pulled Pork, Pressure Cooker Baby Back Ribs, or the treasured family recipe for the Best-Ever Kalua Pig a try. Happy grilling! ♡

Print Recipe & Food Styling by Jess Larson, Plays Well With Butter | Photography by Rachel Cook, Half Acre House.

4 stuffed grilled pork chops on a large serving plate. The chops are garnished with flaky salt & fresh oregano leaves.

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