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Old 05-04-2006, 11:52 AM   #11
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kadesma, if you haven't cooked the chops yet, try my revised dirty pork chop rub.
i made this recently and it went perfectly with the salsa. normally, i top the rubbed and grilled chops with hot pickled peppers, and a splash of brine. but since i was having it with the more mild salsa, i added a coupla extra spices, and i like the additions so much, i'm going to post the additions in my original recipe thread.

for 2 thick pork loin chops, combine 6 dried allspice berries, 1/2 clove, 1 small dried bay leaf, and about 12 black peppercorns, and grind into a rough powder in a mortar and pestle. add a good pinch or 2 of sea salt, and 1/2 tsp garlic powder, and blend ingredients. lightly rub the mixture on the chops and grill, serve with the mango salsa, or as i mentioned, topped with pickled hot peppers and their brine.
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Old 05-04-2006, 02:04 PM   #12
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kadesma, if you haven't cooked the chops yet, try my revised dirty pork chop rub.
i made this recently and it went perfectly with the salsa. normally, i top the rubbed and grilled chops with hot pickled peppers, and a splash of brine. but since i was having it with the more mild salsa, i added a coupla extra spices, and i like the additions so much, i'm going to post the additions in my original recipe thread.

for 2 thick pork loin chops, combine 6 dried allspice berries, 1/2 clove, 1 small dried bay leaf, and about 12 black peppercorns, and grind into a rough powder in a mortar and pestle. add a good pinch or 2 of sea salt, and 1/2 tsp garlic powder, and blend ingredients. lightly rub the mixture on the chops and grill, serve with the mango salsa, or as i mentioned, topped with pickled hot peppers and their brine.
Bucky, haven't done the chops yet, and am thinking of doing them for our sunday dinner, I'll give your rub a try it sounds so good. Thanks for the help..

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Old 05-04-2006, 02:24 PM   #13
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Holy Cow, Buckytom! Sounds fantastic!
(Mind if I put in some diced avocado?)


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BT, would you call this a chutney?
I think chutneys are generally cooked in a saucepan, while salsas are raw/fresh.
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Old 05-04-2006, 03:02 PM   #14
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oops, sorry i missed your question mish.

umm, i really don't know much about chutneys, except i agree with what jkath said, and i think they have more spices, and sugar. i decided to call this a salsa because it is just chopped and assembled like a salsa, and it's just raw fresh fruits and veggies (and optional herbs.)
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Old 05-04-2006, 03:08 PM   #15
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Mango salsa is my absolute favorite!!!! Your recipe has radishes in it that is a little different.
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Old 05-04-2006, 03:50 PM   #16
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That sounds really good, it reminds me of the spaghetti sauce my brother just made with oranges in it. Anything is worth a try once!
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Bucky, sounds great - cut and pasted!
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