Grilled BBQ Pork Chop Sliders

These little guys are such a great alternative to the standard old chop.  I didn’t even know they existed in the grocery store until I had them at my sisters a couple years back. In my local store they thinly slice pork chops so that they are about 1/2 – 1/3 inch thick. Look for them by the packaged pork products, and they should have a sticker on them notating “thin cut”. If you can’t find them, just ask the butcher to thinly slice some boneless chops.

I love this concept because it is another blank slate recipe idea. You can dress them up any way you want! Pork is naturally delicious with BBQ sauce, but you could go Tex-Mex, Asian, Greek, anything you can think of! Such a great summer grill out party snack or meal that anyone will enjoy, and they cook up in no time!

Grilled BBQ Pork Chop Sliders

Servings 6 sliders
Author Laura Doerr


  • 1 lb thin sliced boneless pork chops (6 thin chops)
  • 1/2 tbsp BBQ seasoning
  • 6 slices cheese, any kind you like!
  • BBQ sauce any kind
  • crispy onion strings
  • sliced avocado optional
  • 6 slider buns


  1. Preheat grill to 350-400 degrees

  2. Season pork chops with BBQ seasoning or seasoned salt and black pepper.

  3. Grill pork chops for 3-5 minutes per side, depending on size of chops and grill temperature. Baste each side as they cook with BBQ sauce. They cook fast!

  4. Just before removing from the grill, top with a slice of your favorite cheese and allow to melt. If desired, toast slider buns on the grill as well.

  5. To assemble, cut pork chops in half, and double stack on a toasted bun so that you have a double decker pork slider! Top with any toppings you wish. I love to top with crispy onion strings and creamy avocado!

Recipe Notes

Look for thin sliced chops in the fresh meat section of your grocery store. Ask the butcher if you can't find any, and they may slice some up for you!

The onion strings can be found by the salad toppings (dressing, croutons), or in my local store they are by the fresh produce along with some other salad toppings.

You can find slider buns in the regular bread isle these days. Otherwise bakery dollar buns work great, or even slider pretzel rolls!

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