4 pork cuts perfect
for the grill

If you're looking for a delicious meal on the BBQ, look no further than pork!

It's a low-cost option that can be prepared thousands of ways. To inspire you the next time you shop for groceries, here's an overview of various pork cuts that are simply outstanding on the grill.

Pork souvlaki to take a culinary trip without having to leave your kitchen

Pork souvlaki to take a culinary trip without having to leave your kitchen

At Super C, you'll find delicious, marinated souvlaki that is fresh and easy to cook! As a side, we recommend potatoes, vegetables, rice, or you can make souvlaki pitas. After cooking the souvlaki, simply remove the skewer and place the meat in a pita bread with slices of tomato, red onion, and some tzatziki sauce. A delicious meal that will bring a bit of the Mediterranean to you!

Cooking time: cook the souvlaki for 10 to 12 minutes on the grill while flipping regularly until the internal temperature of the meat reaches 71 °C (160 °F).

Bonus: homemade tzatziki

Plain Greek yogurt + garlic + cucumber + lemon juice Bœuf + fromage en grains + épices à steak

To prepare fresh tzatziki, simply combine plain Greek yogurt, a chopped garlic clove, diced cucumber, and lemon juice to taste. Season with salt and pepper and enjoy!

Classic, low-cost pork chops

Classic, low-cost pork chops

Pork chops are a classic dish that fits any budget. They're easy to cook and delicious, especially when you marinate them for an hour or two before you grill them. If you're looking for marinade ideas, check out a few here. As a simple side, we recommend vegetables en papillote on the BBQ. If you want to find out how to cook your dish to perfection, click here!

Cooking time: this will depend on the thickness of the pork chop and may vary between 6 to 16 minutes. You should cook them until the internal temperature reaches 71 °C (160 °F).

Classic, low-cost pork chops
A marinated pork tenderloin that will whet your appetite

A marinated pork tenderloin that will whet your appetite

Want a quick meal that will please your taste buds and your wallet? You can't beat a pork tenderloin on the grill! Simply coat your tenderloin in the rub of your choice and roll it up in aluminum foil. The trick to this dish is not to overcook it: you're looking for a pink centre. When grilled to perfection, this dish is juicy and delicious!

Cooking time: 60 minutes on the BBQ at 350° or until the internal temperature reaches 71 °C (160 °F).

Pork tenderloin brochettes seasoned to perfection

Pork tenderloin brochettes seasoned to perfection

The advantage of the pork tenderloin is that you can use it to prepare skewer. Because this is a very affordable cut, your homemade skewer will be a low-cost meal option that you can season to your liking. Simply slice the tenderloin into cubes and marinate them for a few hours before threading onto skewers with the vegetables of your choice. This meal is very useful when you have a surplus of veggies in the fridge: bell peppers, onions, mushrooms, etc. Serve with potatoes (stuffed baked potatoes, roasted, en papillote) or rice and you'll be able to enjoy a hearty meal in no time.

Pork tenderloin brochettes seasoned to perfection

Practical tip: if you're low on time, you'll find pre-made skewer in store. It's a simple solution for busy weeknights!

Cooking time: grilled on medium, skewer can take between 12 to 15 minutes to cook depending on the size of the meat. The larger the cubes, the longer they’ll take to cook! In case of doubt, check with a meat thermometer and keep cooking until the internal temperature reaches 71 °C (160 °F).

Get creative in the kitchen

When it comes to grilling meat, marinades and rubs can make all the difference. It's time to unleash your creativity in the kitchen and try all sorts of combinations that will please you and your family! To get inspired and help you save, don't forget to keep an eye on the flyer to take advantage of special offers.

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