Pork Chop Seasoning - Add Superb
Flavours to Your Juicy Pork Chops!

This is an easy-to-make pork chop seasoning made with a mix of tasty whole spices and dried herbs for adding fabulous flavours, whether grilling, frying or oven cooking. It's also versatile, and can be used on any other part of the pig. (See the bottom of the page for links to more of my recipes)

What You'll Need: (makes about 7-8 tablespoons) 

3 tbsp brown sugar
2 tbsp dried rosemary
1 tbsp garlic powder
1 tbsp onion powder
1 tbsp paprika powder
2 tsp mustard powder
2 tsp chili powder
2 tsp peppercorns
2 tsp salt

tbsp = tablespoon
tsp = teaspoon


  • Add the sugar, salt, peppercorns and rosemary to your grinder and grind
  • Once ground, add to a bowl
  • Finally, stir in the mustard, paprika, chili, garlic and onion powders

Store out of direct sunlight in an airtight container. Use within 3 months before making a fresh lot.

Ingredient Note: This pork chop rub uses whole peppercorns which are then ground before combining. If you only have these in pre-ground form, you can still use them if you reduce the amount the recipe says by roughly half. So, for 2 teaspoons of peppercorns you use 1 teaspoon of ground pepper and stir in with the other powders when making.

How I Use the Pork Seasoning - (You May Have Your Own Preferred Way)

You can use this as a general seasoning or as a rub...

As a rub: Sprinkle over your meat and massage in so you get an even coating. Place in plastic bag or cover with shrink wrap and refrigerate for at least an hour, or better, overnight. The longer you leave it the more that the flavours will soak in.

An hour before grilling, let the meat return to room temperature.

After Making Your Homemade Pork Chop Seasoning You May Like to Try...

Montreal Steak Seasoning - Capture the Unique Taste
of Canadian Cuisine

Corned Beef Mix - 
For Corning Beef 
Traditional Style

A Collection of Mild and
Chili Powders

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