Traeger Grilled Pork Chops are a perfect way to use those amazing bone-in thick-cut pork chops you find. Keep them tender and juicy and full of flavor by utilizing your wood-pellet grill and adding some smoke to these beautiful cuts of meat!
Traeger Grilled Pork Chops
Juicy grilled tender pork chops used to be a thing that only existed in commercials and my dreams — but not anymore.
We picked up these thick cut bone-in pork chops recently, and they were just screaming for Traeger treatment. You can definitely cook these on another kind of grill as well, but you won’t get as much of the delicious smoky flavor as you will if you are grilling with wood!
This smoked pork chop recipe is not only going to have you coming back for seconds, but you’ll be adding this to your rotation all grilling-season long.
Speaking of your rotation, I’ve got a few more you’re going to want to add to that too.
Easy Traeger Recipes You’ll Love Over and Over Again
- Traeger Smoked Beef – Oh yeah baby. The best barbecue shredded beef I’ve ever personally had. Takes forEVER but it is almost all passive so you’ll be okay. Set a timer and do your thing.
- Traeger Beef Jerky – Delicious, and much cheaper than buying it!
- Traeger Smoked Salmon – Another one that tastes SO MUCH BETTER and costs a lot less when you make it at home!
- Traeger Bacon – Ain’t no bacon like smoked baked that’s re-smoked. It is ridiculous and incredible, and I am not overselling this.
We threw these on the grill after a healthy dose of our BBQ Rub along with my perfect grilled asparagus. They grill at 450° for about 6 minutes a side, or until the internal temp reaches 145°. That makes this a perfect weeknight dinner that comes together really fast, and the whole family will love.
What Should I Serve With Grilled Pork Chops?
We served this with a side of applesauce, and ALL of my kids chowed! All of them. That almost NEVER happens. It is also a classic pair with pork chops, so no need to reinvent the wheel.
What kind of grilling do you like to do?
Do you charcoal grill? Gas grill? Have you tried a smoker or wood-pellet grill? We’ve tried all of the above besides the actual smoker so far, but honestly, I’m not sure we’ll even need to go that route. We’ve gotten some pretty amazing smoke rings from the pellet grill, so at this point, I don’t really see a need for another piece of gear at this moment.
Of course, I’m kind of a gear freak so I’m sure we’ll end up with some fun new toys before long.
What Can I Do With My Leftover Smoked Pork Chops?
If you have leftovers, may I suggest whipping them up into this Spicy Yaki Udon?
- 6 thick cut pork chops
- generous amounts bbq rub
- Preheat pellet grill to 450°. Place seasoned pork chops on grill, and close lid. Cook 6 minutes per side, or until internal temps reach 145°.
- Remove from heat and let sit for 5-10 minutes before serving.
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 300