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Tasty Labor Day BBQ Ideas From Adam Taki

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STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — Firing up the grill this holiday weekend? If so, make a new dish with recipes from Amazing Taste!

Adam Taki from Amazing Taste visited the KCAL9 studios Thursday afternoon to share some tasty BBQ tips for the Labor Day weekend.

PINEAPPLE SALSA PORK CHOPS
SERVES 4

• pork chops, 4, approximately ¾ inch thick
• pineapple, 6 rings, cut in ½ inch thick slices, fresh or canned
• jalapeno, 1, halved lengthwise, seeds & veins removed
• cilantro, 2 tablespoons, rinsed & chopped
• fresh lime juice, 2 tablespoons
• Amazing Taste® Pork seasoning, ½ packet

For pork chops:
Sprinkle both sides of the pork chops with Amazing Taste Pork seasoning, coating evenly.

Heat grill to MEDIUM-HIGH heat and oil the surface of the grill. Grill the pork until it’s internal temperature reaches a minimum of 145° F, approximately 4 to 5 minutes per side. Remove chops from the grill and let them rest for 5 minutes.
for pineapple salsa:
While pork chops are cooking, grill the cut pineapple and jalapenos lightly on each side*.

Dice pineapple and jalapeño.

Combine pineapple, jalapeno, cilantro and lime juice in a small bowl. Stir together gently, creating your salsa.

Serve your pork chops with salsa drizzled on top, or off to the side for dipping.

LEMON DILL SALMON
SERVES 4

• salmon fillets, 4 (4 oz each)
• olive oil, ½ cup
• lemon juice, ½ cup
• Amazing Taste® Seafood seasoning, 1 packet
• Combine olive oil, lemon juice and Amazing Taste Seafood seasoning, mixing well into a delicious marinade.

Thoroughly coat all surfaces of filets with the marinade. Heat grill to MEDIUM-HIGH heat and oil the surface of the grill. – Grill approximately 3 to 4 minutes per side or until flaky at the touch of a fork – with a minimum internal temperature of 145˚F.

If you can get a little fresh dill, scissor some on top when you serve.

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