Quick Garlic-Lime Marinated Pork Chops

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Quick Garlic-Lime Marinated Pork Chops are so EASY to make, and only take 10 minutes to cook. I usually make them in my broiler but they are also great on the grill, they come out juicy and SO flavorful!

These garlic lime pork chops are so EASY to make, and only take 10 minutes to cook. I usually make them in my broiler but they are also great on the grill, they come out juicy and SO flavorful!Quick Garlic-Lime Marinated Pork Chops

Pork, that other white meat! We love pork chops and pork cutlets in my house. This recipe is a staple in my home, my family loves it and I love how quick it is to whip up on busy weeknights! These Breaded Pork Cutlets are also on constant rotation in my house when I want to switch things up.

For these pork chops, you can let the pork marinate as little as 15 minutes or as long as overnight. If you wish to use a pork loin instead of pork chops, this marinade would also be great. Sear the outside of the pork loin then bake it in the oven until cooked through in the center.

What To Serve With Garlic-Lime Pork Chops

Served them with cilantro lime rice on the side and some avocado slices, this would also be great with a big salad.

Garlic-Lime Marinade Ingredients

The simple pork chop marinade is simple, and made with just 5 ingredients you probably already have on hand:

  • garlic
  • cumin
  • chili powder
  • paprika
  • and, of course lime

Can you use this Garlic-Lime Marinade on chicken?

Sure! This would be great on chicken breasts, chicken thighs or even to roast a whole bird.

How To Make

These garlic lime pork chops are so EASY to make, and only take 10 minutes to cook. I usually make them in my broiler but they are also great on the grill, they come out juicy and SO flavorful!

These garlic lime pork chops are so EASY to make, and only take 10 minutes to cook. I usually make them in my broiler but they are also great on the grill, they come out juicy and SO flavorful!

These garlic lime pork chops are so EASY to make, and only take 10 minutes to cook. I usually make them in my broiler but they are also great on the grill, they come out juicy and SO flavorful!

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These garlic lime pork chops are so EASY to make, and only take 10 minutes to cook. I usually make them in my broiler but they are also great on the grill, they come out juicy and SO flavorful!
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Quick Garlic Lime Marinated Pork Chops

224 Cals 38 Protein 1.8 Carbs 6 Fats
Prep Time: 5 mins
Cook Time: 10 mins
Marinate Time: 15 mins
Total Time: 30 mins
Yield: 4 Servings
COURSE: Dinner
CUISINE: American, Latin
These garlic lime pork chops are so EASY to make, and they only take 10 minutes to cook. I usually make them in my broiler but they are also great on the grill, they come out juicy and SO flavorful!


  • 4 6 oz each lean boneless pork chops
  • 4 cloves garlic, crushed
  • 1/2 tsp cumin
  • 1/2 tsp chili powder
  • 1/2 tsp paprika
  • 1/2 lime, juice of
  • 1 tsp lime zest
  • 1 teaspoon kosher salt and fresh pepper


  • Trim fat off pork. In a large bowl season pork with garlic, cumin, chili powder, paprika, salt and pepper. Squeeze lime juice and some zest from the lime and let it marinade at least 20 minutes.
  • To broil: line broiler pan with foil for easy clean up. Place pork chops on the broiler pan and broil about 4-5 minutes on each side or until browned. To grill, grill over medium-high 4 to 5 minutes on each side.



Serving: 1chop, Calories: 224kcal, Carbohydrates: 1.8g, Protein: 38g, Fat: 6g, Cholesterol: 112mg, Sodium: 368mg
WW Points Plus: 5
Keywords: Gluten Free

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  1. This was so delicious! Easy and quick! Yet another wonderful recipe from Skinny Taste! 

  2. This is a very flavorful option that my husband and son love as much as I do! It is tough to find a meal that we can all agree on and this was delicious. My 11 year old said “I could eat a million of these!”

  3. Broil HI or Lo

    • This is sooo good and fresh tasting. Even decided to make this as meal when we went backcountry camping. The suggested sides pair perfectly too!

  4. Amazing, easy, and DELICIOUS! I appreciate the broiler directios for those of us without a grill pan or outside grill. Thank you!

    • This is sooo good and fresh tasting. Even decided to make this as meal when we went backcountry camping. The suggested sides pair perfectly too!

  5. Can you make this in the crock pot?

  6. Can you cook these in the oven or on the stove?

    • I don’t see why not. I adapt grill recipes for the stove/oven all the time. I would use a very hot pan with olive oil and sear each side. Then cook for several minutes

    • I cook them on the stove in a frying pan! Just a little olive oil in the pan works great!

  7. Do you think this would work with turkey cutlets??

  8. This is our new favorite recipe. I use boneless skinless chicken breast because it is free on WW purple. I honestly think I may like the chicken better than the pork anyhow. We usually have it with a fresh made guacamole and the skinnytaste cilantro lime rice. SO GOOD! 

  9. Spiced very well!

  10. Flavor was great but dry.  We grilled the chops (i purchased bone-in chops), so I’m not sure why they turned out dry. 

  11. looks really yummy..can’t wait to make them

  12. Amazing! Made this using pork cut aS fajita meat (it’s all I had).   I made this with the cilantro lime rice from your blog and some black beans.   After cooked we made a bowls with the rice, beans and pork.  Definitely will be making again! 

  13. If you make this  using tenderloin, at what temp and how long do you bake it for? Also, do you double marinade for tenderloin? I don’t eat pork, but hubby loves it. So, I wanted to do something special for him. 

  14. This was soooo easy and so delicious! We will be making this again!

  15. Fast and easy! I marinated for about 15 minutes in a baggie and then cooked in my air fryer. I added about a tsp of olive oil because I didn’t know how the marinade would cover the pork chops. GREAT flavor and will make again!

  16. I used this on four leftover grilled pork chops. Cut them into bite size pieces, put in a ziploc bag and tossed in all the ingredients as listed. Let it sit in the fridge for about 7 hours. Cooked on the stove in a little oil until heated through and had pork taco bowls for dinner. Everyone loved it!

  17. I’m not sure if I’ve rated this or not, but I’ve made it several times over the last couple of years. It’s just delicious with the tang of lime balancing the warm chili flavor and bite of the garlic. I honestly don’t really measure it anymore, just zest and juice a lime, crush several cubes of garlic. OK, the spices I do measure, but we’re a family of six, so its a teaspoon of each. I like to marinate for most of the day, make sure to generously sprinkle with kosher salt and grill my bone in chops. Fantastic recipe!

  18. Made this tonight on both chicken breast and pork chops. I doubled the recipe and it covered 6 pieces perfectly. We used crushed garlic from the jar which had a wetness to it so it was perfect for wetting the spices into a paste. .   We baked ours on 400 for approx. 25 mins and paired it with parsnip frie and cole slaw. .  Delicious!  Thank you SkinnyTaste. 

  19. 10 minutes to cook pork chops? I have never heard of cooking them for only 10 minutes. Most recipes say 18. Is it because of the lime marinade that it takes less time?

  20. Gina,
    Could you provide air fryer directions for this recipe. We can’t turn our oven on till it cools off. 

  21. These were tasty. It tough and dry. I broiled them for 5 minutes per side. Next time I’ll cook less time. 

  22. This was a delicious recipe! And so fast!

  23. Very tasty!

  24. My whole family loved this! We don’t do a lot of pork but I think this will be added to our rotation!

    • I made this recipe with boneless skinless chicken breasts tonight and it was delicious. I cooked it a little longer than when I made it with the pork chops though.

      • I didn’t broil the chicken though. I pan fried it in a skillet on my stovetop.

  25. How many inches away from the broiler?

  26. How many inches from the grill should I cook these?

  27. These were delicious. So easy. I was a bit worried because it didn’t seem like a marinade, more of a rub but it was perfect. Juicy and quick!

  28. I made this recipe with a pork loin instead of chops.  I seared the outside and then baked it in the oven.  Turned out great!  Wonderful flavors 🙂

  29. Could you marinade pork tenderloin with the recipe?

    • Yes you can but do not cook for too long as this will make the Tenderloin hard. Add a little butter just before you bake them or broil them.

  30. This was so delicious!

  31. Tried this tonight with the chipotle cilantro lime rice and fried cabbage with onions and fresh garlic it was delicious! Thanks for the awesome recipe!!

  32. I LOVED this. One pork chop was thicker and it turned out the best
    I broiled them in the oven instead of grilled. Honestly, maybe my favourite pork chop recipe ever. Well done.

  33. Last night I used this marinade on some Salmon.  It was very good.  The hubs liked it a lot. I will try in on skirt steak next.  

  34. I made this tonite as a way to flavor up some boneless skinless chicken..I had cilantro to use up and accidentally added extra lime juice…..came out wonderful! Will definitely make again. 🙂 Great as is and also on top of salad.

  35. This was so easy and so delicious. I’ve also used it on chicken and steak. We love it

  36. Holy guacamole! This was crazy delicious!  Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! Ate it with the grilled corn salad (replaced the feta with cotija cheese, equally amazing!

  37. This pork chop is like an explosion of deliciousness in my mouth!! The marinade is a perfect marriage of lime, salt, garlic, and spices. It was so good that I honestly wish I had not thrown some of it out when I cooked the pork chops. This marinade would also pair well with just about any meat…chicken, shrimp, or fish. This recipe is a keeper!!

  38. I made this last night and can’t wait for the leftovers!!! I will be making this a ton. So easy. I blended the lime juice with the seasonings and it made more of a paste that I rubbed onto both sides. I liked that because it left clumps of the marinade when we grilled. From Penzeys, I had their Half Sharp Paprika to give it a kick and their Florida Season Pepper that has citrus peel in it. This is on the list to grill next time I have people over. Oh yeah and I paired it with the Cauliflower “potato” salad. I’d say we’ll have that for leftovers but my husband ate the remaining portions 🙂 WAY home run!!!

  39.  help !making now and wondering if the juice from the lime is enough liquid for the marinade?

  40. Can I use bone in pork chops instead?

  41. Sometimes the easiest recipes are the best go-to ones for a reason. This is packed full of flavor with little effort. I pair it with cauliflower seasoned with cumin, chili powder and garlic powder and then squeeze lime over it. Both the pork and the cauliflower can be made on one sheet pan. I just do the cauliflower for 5 minutes at 400 degrees, then add the pork and do 5 minutes at 400, flip the cauliflower and pork, and then broil on high for the last 4-5 minutes. So easy and so good. Thanks Gina!

  42. I just made this in the Air Fryer. 400 degrees at 12 minutes. Yummmm!

  43. Would it be better to freeze these before or after cooking? I had originally planned on using 6 chops which have been marinating overnight but last minute cancellations mean I only need 2. 

    Love all of your recipes. Dinner party favourites!

  44. These sound delicious!! I would rater bake in the oven. How long and what temp to bake in the oven?

  45. What would you recommend serving with these?

  46. This looks amazing! Is the only liquid the juice from the lime?

  47. Yet another great recipe!! I made this last night and paired it with the “Southwestern Black Bean Quinoa and Mango Medley” salad (from this site!) and it was another HOME-RUN! To say this recipe was easy to prepare and quick to cook is an understatement! I put everything together in the morning in a zip-lock bag and let it marinate for the day… when I got home from work I followed the instructions and broiled for about 7 minutes both sides (my chops were a bit thick) and it came out perfectly! My family and I enjoyed this very much! The taste was fantastic and the fact that mom didn’t have to be in the kitchen all night was a HUGE bonus! Will definitely be making again!

  48. Could I bake these instead of broil?

  49. One word. Delicious m

  50. Does this translate well to beef? If so, what cut do you suggest? I have few who are not pork fans, but I think this looks amazing . Otherwise, I may just try it on some chicken breasts

  51. Could i just use Paprika and not use the Chili Powder??

  52. A. MAZE. ING!!! Made this tonight, doubled the recipe, (thank God!) and served it with cilantro lime cauliflower rice. (Still doing whole30) Pezneys gave away 4 spices a couple weeks ago, and in that set was Smoked Spanish Style Paprika. So I thought I’d give it a try. SOOO good!
    I don’t really know how to cook, but I can follow directions. Gina, you make me look good!

  53. My husband’s least favorite meat is boneless pork chops, but he said these were amazing!! Very juicy and flavorful, so much so he did not need his beloved BBQ or hot sauce! Only difference I made was cooking them on the stove top for a faster turn around. Keeping this recipe in our permanent rotation!

  54. These are awesome!  Both kids ate them up and mom and dad enjoyed the heck out of them. Will be permanately in our rotation. Thank you!

  55. I made this about a month ago and my man & I haven’t stopped talking about them!! DELICIOUS!!

  56. how high do you set the rack inorder to Broil the chops? 

  57. I’m gonna use baby back rids for this one. Just happen to have them in the fridge.

  58. Can these be done in the oven on a sheet pan? Our broiler is out of commission!

  59. Not a fan of this recipe. So far the ONLY one that I haven’t enjoyed.

  60. I am a bit confused. I have more of a paste, that only covers one side of the pork chops at that. The picture shows mush more or a liquid marinade. What did I do wrong? They haven’t come out of the oven yet, so I cannot attest to the taste.

  61. Holy cow, Gina. I made this tonight and it was incredible. I didn’t have a lime so I subbed in the same amount of OJ and marinated for about 30 minutes. It was so easy and tender. I went 5 min on either side in the broiler and I think it was a bit much. When I make this again (which I absolutely will), I’ll try 4 on each side. SO GOOD AND EASY THOUGH. Thanks for this!

  62. Two thumbs up from the husband tonight! I made a mess of my broiler plan but it was worth it. So delicious!!!! Off to find my next Skinnytaste recipe!

  63. Are the pork chops  broiled on high or low? 

  64. These look great!! Grilling them tonight… I didn’t have any lime  but I did have True Lime so I subbed a few packets of that ?

  65. How do you make the lime rice and do u have to use garlic….

  66. I just caluclated this in the WW website and it’s coming up as 3 SP’s

  67. just made this tonight on the grill and ooomg so easy and so yummy, grilled some corn alongside it and im in heaven! thank you Gina!

  68. I made this tonight practically dying from a bad cold. So easy I barely had to stand up to make it, and my ridiculously picky tween who “only” eats “pulled” pork ate the whole thing. Victory!

  69. I made this for dinner tonight and it was perfect! My picky kids even asked for seconds and my husband loved it too. Thanks for an easy recipe!!!

  70. Oh this recipe is amazing! I made it with chicken also, and then shredded the chicken and made enchiladas. So delicious! thank you.(:

  71. I made these last night and grilled them, they were delicious! Thanks for the recipe.

  72. These were awesome!!!

  73. Quick note:    Sat fat grams are omitted in the nutrition info. 

  74. Just had a serving of these and it will not be the last time; next time they will go on the barbecue though.
    However I was wondering how the recipe can be 5 Smart Points, since a 6 oz pork chops only are 2 SP? There isn’t anything else that adds on points as I can see.

  75. We just moved and I have no idea where my broiler pan is! Can I make these on a sheet pan? Any other recommendations?

  76. Gina– thank you for another winning recipe! Marinated these overnight and grilled them up quick on our grill pan. Served with a side of roasted Brussel Sprouts. Next time I think I will serve it with your cilantro cauliflower “rice”. This was my boyfriends favorite dinner in a long time. Thank you!

  77. Hi I don’t have lime, can i use lemon or something else? thanks! 

  78. Hi! I don’t have lime, can I use lemon? 

  79. I made these tonight and they were excellent! I couldn’t believe how much flavour was packed in! My husband and I both think these are our very favourite pork chop preparation! We both just love your recipes!

  80. I made them last night but since meat cuts are different over here in Spain I ended up with smaller pieces of pork, so the marinade was a little scant. Next time I’m doubling up on it, as there’ll be definitely a next time, since these were excellent!

  81. Made these for the first time tonight. They were absolutely delicious with cilantro lime brown rice! Thank you for the recipes!! 

  82. Made these tonight. You’re totally right… So flavorful and juicy!

  83. I had a question. When I made this, my marinade had no liquid like in the photographs, I squeezed in the lime juice, but the pork immediately soaked it up. I essentially have crushed garlic with dried spices. Thoughts?

  84. This looks delicious! I can’t wait to make these this week with a side of cilantro cauliflower “rice”.

    Thanks Gina!

  85. I love pork but I don’t cook it enough! It’s so tasty and quick to prepare. Thanks for the inspiration! This recipe looks amazing!

  86. I'm making these for the third time tonight. The first time I made them as the recipe states and everyone loved them. I froze the leftover uncooked chops in the marinade and defrosted them two weeks ago. They were even better since they froze in the marinade and then marinated a bit more while defrosting. I cooked them in a cast iron pan. For today's chops I marinated them all day. Delicious! We love them with the Cilantro Lime Rice!

  87. I made this tonight with the cilantro lime rice. The flavors were awesome! I did marinate the pork for about 6 hours. Plenty of flavor for us…. of course I just threw it all in a Ziploc (didn't really measure the spices).

  88. This is a weekly dish that my ENTIRE family gets excited about when I announce, "we are having pork chops tonight!" – that includes two 4-year old's, a 6-year & 34-year old +1 (me). 🙂 Finally, a wonderfully flavorful dish that is HEALTHY & yummy! Thanks, Gina!!

  89. This was so tasty! So easy to make and very delicious! I love everything I have tried so far on this site. Thank you!

  90. This meal has become a staple in my household! I never really ate pork until this and am so glad I tried it! Even my picky son loves it. Thanks, Gina, for a super easy and delicious recipe.

  91. This was great! I added just a dash of rice wine vinegar to the marinade and were the best pork chops I've ever made.

  92. I just tried this tonight and I LOVED them!! Great combination of spices and lime. I am doing ww and I love your site. I will be making this again!!

  93. I never comment, although I come to your website DAILY and have for years now for delicious recipe ideas…but I just HAD to comment that I thought they were amazing!! Mine marinated for a couple hours, next time I'll try all night. Thanks for a wonderful recipe!!

  94. I just finished having these for dinner this evening and I have to agree with an earlier post, that if I make these again I will definitely marinade overnight. Did not experience the heavenly flavor explosion many others did. It was really quite bland. Now I made the grilled chicken breasts with skinny pesto, tomatoes and mozzarella cheese last night, we were licking our fingers. That one was a big hit and we will be having them again later this week.

  95. I made these tonight and my hubby and I LOVED them! The flavour is heavenly and I cooked them for 11 mins total on 375. Perfectly moist and can't wait to try them again!

  96. We made these last night. I LOVED them. The marinade and spices made the meat so flavorful, you forget you're eating healthy. My husband isn't in love with lime so I may try with orange next time.

  97. Trying these tonight Gina! I hope the kids like it!

  98. Yum! Made this for lunch with some coconut lime jasmine rice and a tomato avocado salad. Delish…skinny taste has done it again!!

  99. Have a son with severe dairy allergies… pork is marinating and its a "safe" food for him! Cant wait!

  100. So glad I found this site. I'm doing Weight Watchers and am having so much fun discovering new ways to eat. So thankful for all the yummy recipes.

  101. I'm doing this tonight with chicken breast.

  102. These were amazing my husband and I both loved them so much!

  103. Making tonight, just happen to have all the ingredients

  104. These are excellent! I cooked on the stove top in a non-stick pan. I think next time I will broil and serve with a homemade mango salsa. Can't wait to have them again!

  105. Just tried this tonight with boneless centre cut chops. I actually froze the meat with the marinade and then just defrosted for dinner tonight. I broiled them in our toaster oven which took about 20 minutes in total (they were rather thin chops). Great flavour & couldn't be easier to make! This is definitely going into our regular rotation. Thank you!

  106. I only have the Pork Chops with bones. How long will I need to cook the Pork Chops with bones? Thanks!

  107. My family love this! Thanks 🙂

  108. I made these, The first time I marinated the pork chops for an hour and a half. IMO the pork needed much much longer to soak up the flavor of the marinade. I left the two remaining porkchops to marinate overnight and made them the next day(I also doubled the amount of lime). Much tastier! I sliced the pork and make lettuce-tomato wraps. This recipe was simple and delicious.

  109. I had bought a pork tenderloin on sale and sliced it into chops. I made this last night. I marinated it overnight and then cooked it as directed in a broiler pan. I served them with baked sweet potatoes and roasted green beans. My husband, who is a healthy-food phobic who never gains weight, damn him, ate four chops because he liked them so much!

  110. could you make this with pork tenderloin?

  111. When I ran the ingredients through the tracker of the Weight Watchers web site, it shows the points as 4. You have the new points as 5 so I'm a little confused.

  112. Made this for dinner tonight! YUM so flavorful 😀 had it with kale salad and yams (PR batatas) Thanks for all the great recipes! PRfoodie, Carmen Carrion

  113. Hi Gina,

    When you say to squeeze the lime and zest, is that over the chops after applying the seasoning?

  114. quick, easy and so tasty! thanks for another great recipe!

  115. @ Kim

    Thank you! : )

  116. From my experience 1 point = 50 calories. So this would be 300 calories. I haven't done the new points+ so I'm not sure how that would differ. Someone correct me if I'm wrong…

    Making this for dinner, hope it's a KEEPER! 🙂

  117. I was also wondering the same thing about the amount of calories in the pork chops! This is not my first time cooking these and it definitely won't be my last! We absolutely love them here : )

  118. I know is says 6 WW points but I am wondering if anyone knows how many calories that might equate to??

    Either way this was amazing!! My first adventure making a pork chop and I am very proud!thank you Gina!!

  119. I made this last night and my VERY finicky husband liked it! I loved it and made some couscous to go with it…it was delicious!!!!

  120. 6 oz each raw, like most meat after it's cooked it is less. 4 or 5 oz each, I forget off the top of my head.

  121. Is each pork chop 6oz.? Because a total of 6oz. for all 4 would not be enough. Just seems like 6oz. is a lot for only 6 points.

  122. As always, big hit with my family! Another Kat proof recipe! Only person who didn't care for the pork was my son, who is VERY finicky. Next time I will put less of the rub on his ;~)
    Thank you!
    Kat Creamer

  123. I am thinking of doing this with boneless skinless chicken breast on the grill. I dont do WW but count calories and fat. I love it that spices and herbs are FREEBIES!!

  124. Awesome recipe and so easy…all things that you can keep on hand for an easy week night dinner!! Can't wait to make it again!! Thank so much

  125. I made this for dinner last night and OMG. So delicious. My husband and I just kept saying "mmmmmm" after every bite. I couldn't broil (still figuring out my new oven) but I pan-fried with a little non-stick spray and they came out sooooooo good. Thanks for this!

  126. how many ww plus points does it have?

  127. Broil on high, adjust time to your oven since they all vary. Just keep an eye on them so they don't burn.

  128. Do you broil on high or low? My oven has both options for broiling.

  129. You're welcome kk!

  130. Tried this today. All three girls loved it and wanted more. I served it with sweet potatoes that I "baked" in the crock pot. (Thanks for the baked potato tip) Thank you for your site. It has made WW very doable this go round!

  131. Taylors- no I don't brush it off, if anything you can add more spices 😉

    Karen- too funny!! Sounds like a wonderful combination!!!

  132. We had a Gina night for dinner. Made these pork chops, the Scallion Cilantro Rice with Habaneros and Lime and Asparagus with Dijon Vinaigrette. My tastebuds are having a party. Does that count as activity points? LOL! You got high praise from my Mom…she thought this pork chop recipe was a Barefoot Contessa recipe. She loves her some Ina Garten too. Excellent recipes as always! Thank you soo much! ~Karen

  133. Hey, Gina! I am totally making these for supper tonight, love your blog! I just have a quick question. Do you brush off some of the excess spices and garlic before you broil the chops? I guess I thought there would be more liquid in the marinade so now I'm worried some of the spices are unevenly distributed!

  134. Started making this and realized I had no lime! Hope it turns out well with just the spices! Looks so great!

  135. I have liked your other recipes that I've tried, but this was kind of "meh". The garlic and especially the lime really overpowered everything else. I'm not sure why others said this smelled spicy, because it sure didn't to me. Unfortunately this one got dunked in some BBQ sauce, then it was decent.

  136. I just made this tonight – it was delicious! We marinated it for three hours and it was so good.

  137. This was very good! DH made it for us tonight. I was a little hesitant because the smell of the spices was overpowering, but in the end….delicious! Thank you, Gina!

  138. I served this for dinner with your Chipolte's Cilantro rice..WOWZERS! SO GOOD! Worth every one of those 10 points. Filling amd super tasty. I am a huge Chipolte fan so cannot wait to make my own burrito bowls at home for date night 🙂 Anyone who is considering this recipe, TRY IT! YUMM!!!!

  139. That's great news! If you can't make your family happy with dinner, it is very hard to stick to WW. I'm happy he liked it!!

  140. I made this last night with basmati rice-Super good! Hubby gave it 2 thumbs up. Thanks Gina! WW has been rough for me because of the dinners-hubby finds alot of the traditional recipes bland but so far everything I have made from your blog he's approved of.

  141. Thanks for noticing!

  142. Gina

    Thanks for the great site with these great recipes!!

    FYI – if you follow the printed version of the recipe it does not tell you to include the garlic

  143. You're welcome 🙂

  144. I made these and they were fantastic!! Thanks Gina for another wonderful recipe.

  145. Tried this last week and it has become a new favourite at our house! Thank you for posting this! Love it!

  146. This was very good. I thought it would be a little spicy for my little guy judging from the smell during cooking, but it wasn't spicy at all! It was great. I think I may try it on chicken, as my family always complain that pork chops are too dry (even when I cook them still a tiny pink!). Thanks for the recipe!

  147. Hi Gina, I made these pork chops with the basmati rice tonight and it came out awesome, and so delicious! I love the lime flavoring and the smell of the rice. I have always wanted to make that type of rice, Thank you!

  148. Yes, I just adjusted that. Thanks!

  149. what do you do with the garlic…..I assume you just marinate it with the lime…but it isn’t listed. Looks super great!

  150. yummy! I will try this one next week!!

  151. Mmmmm…I know what I`m making for dinner tonight. This looks amazing!!