Pan Grilled Spiced Honey Pork

Pan Grilled Spiced Honey Pork

Are you looking for a different flavour for your grilled pork? If yes please read ahead as we are thinking the same that’s why I tried out this new flavour that I think worked really great (for our palate at least).  As a Filipino we are used to be char-grilled meats in our cuisines as it is a part of our tradition where this is a staple dish in family gatherings like beach outings, picnics or even family sunday lunches but sometimes you get sick of the same flavour over and over again and wanted something new that’s why I experimented on a different flavour which is the one pictured above.

It’s a simple marinade for pork which only consists of salt, smoked paprika, sesame oil and cayenne peppers.  The flavours are safe and definitely most people who love the sweet, spicy and hot flavours (that’s the Filipino palate) wont be disappointed.  So for those who are interested give this a try, and I bet you will love it.


8 pork shoulder chops (no bones)
2 tsp cayenne pepper
1 tbsp smoked paprika
2 tbsp sesame oil
1 tsp salt
1 tsp ground black pepper


  1. In a bowl marinate pork in cayenne, paprika, sesame oil and salt for at least an hour.
  2. Now prepare a heavy pan and put 1 tbsp oil, coat the pan evenly with the oil, then when its hot enough pan grill pork shoulder chops, turning once after 3 minutes.
  3. Now drizzle honey on top then cook the honey side for a minute, do that again on the other side.
  4. Chop into bite sized pieces then serve.

5 Responses

  1. This is an absolute MUST TRY recipe – thanks for sharing.
    🙂 Mandy

  2. purplebirdblog says:

    I am a big fan of the spicy/sweet/hot combo myself, amazing!

  3. Love this recipe. Hubby loves pork and I will definitely try this one 🙂

  4. Being Chinese I love my pork and this looks delicious ! Also very easy – I will definitely be trying this !

  5. Rita says:

    This recipe sounds great. Really tasty! I love the combination of meat and honey. It’s so unusual here in Italy. I only had something vaguely like that in England.

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