I need some Pork Steak Recipes

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2005/09/26 00:40:46 (permalink)

I need some Pork Steak Recipes

I'm looking for some different way to cook pork steaks. If you dont have these in your area they are cut from the pork butt, and can be very tasty but I cant seem to find any recipes for them.
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    UncleVic
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    RE: I need some Pork Steak Recipes 2005/09/26 03:04:26 (permalink)
    I take mine and first tenderize them, then rinse them off and dredge them in "Italian Bread Crumbs" (Progresso's being the best). Toss some crisco in a pan, get it up to temp then fry the pork steak... Come out darn tasty! Sometimes I'll add some grated parmesian to the bread crumb mix also..

    Also, I'll cook them on the grill.. Sprinkle them with a little lawrys seasoning salt, then towards the end lightly brush some bbq sauce on them..


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    RE: I need some Pork Steak Recipes 2005/09/26 06:44:50 (permalink)
    Marinate for a few hours in 1/2 cup red wine, three cloves crushed garlic, a tablespoon each tabasco and worchestershire, and a teaspoon dried thyme. Then grill.
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    RE: I need some Pork Steak Recipes 2005/09/26 20:41:23 (permalink)
    Not really a set recipe, but... I sometimes marinate them in plain ol' yellow mustard overnight, then the next day put them in an oiled baking dish and top with a mixture of bread crumbs/parsley/salt/pepper and some melted butter patted on top. Bake until done and crumb topping is slightly browned. You won't taste the mustard, per se, but the end result is very tasty.
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    RE: I need some Pork Steak Recipes 2005/09/26 20:44:00 (permalink)
    Pressure cook them with a can of saurkraut and a few shakes of pepper. Yum!
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    RE: I need some Pork Steak Recipes 2005/09/28 00:24:21 (permalink)
    If you just throw them on a medium grill within a day of buying them, cook them until there is just the barest hint of pink, and then salt and pepper them, you have some fine meat. Right up there with a good steak, IMHO. Needs nothing except an appreciative palate.
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    RE: I need some Pork Steak Recipes 2005/09/28 00:35:12 (permalink)
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    Pressure cook them with a can of saurkraut and a few shakes of pepper. Yum!


    Reminds me of one of my dads favorites.. Pork Hocks with kraut (gently rinsed first), some spuds, carrots and onions pressure cooked. mmmmmmm...

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    RE: I need some Pork Steak Recipes 2005/12/28 12:51:24 (permalink)
    I need a good basic recipe for broiled pork chops...nothing complicated. Something to just give the chops a nice, interesting taste above what they would be if I did nothing but broil them. Note, I don't like fruit with meat, except for pineapple on ham.

    I've tried dousing them in some Cajun seasoning mixed with extra virgin olive oil before broiling, and I've topped them with butter/or margarine and chopped garlic, with mixed results.

    Problem with my Cajun seasoning is that salt is #2 on the list of ingredients. Hence, to impart any taste, it makes it too salty. I'll get one with less salt.

    Otherwise, any tried and true formulas for this basic staple?
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    RE: I need some Pork Steak Recipes 2005/12/28 14:16:53 (permalink)
    8oz sour cream, 1 family-sized can cream of mushroom soup,1/4 c water, 1 onion (yellow or white), butter, 3-4 pork steaks, 8-12 oz egg noodles, Tony C's or Old Bay seasoning, garlic salt, black pepper
    Saute in butter until clear one thin-sliced onion; blend in crock pot w/soup, Tony C's or Old Bay seasoning, and garlic salt to taste. Layer pork steaks in crock pot, pushing down into sauce. Let all cook on low 8 hrs or overnight.
    About 1 1/2 hrs before you wanna eat, turn crock pot off and use a slotted spoon to remove pork steak pieces from sauce & lay aside. Blanch egg noodles in hot water until limber, then drain thoroughly and pour into 9X13" baking pan. Add sour cream & black pepper to sauce in crock pot, adjust seasonings to taste (remember that the egg noodles will absorb flavors), place pork steak pieces on top of egg noodles, and pour sauce from crock pot over all. Cover w/foil & bake @ 300 degrees for about an hour. Serve with green vegetable or salad & garlic bread.
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    RE: I need some Pork Steak Recipes 2005/12/28 14:18:56 (permalink)
    oh, yeah - blend the 1/4 c water in with the soup to thin it a bit. (Sorry!)
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    RE: I need some Pork Steak Recipes 2005/12/28 15:01:26 (permalink)
    I don't broil pork chops -- heck, I don't broil anything -- but I have enjoyed nice thick, boneless pork chops this way: dip chops in beaten egg, then dredge them in seasoned breadcrumbs (I like Progresso Italian-style). Make sure they're thoroughly coated. Then just fry those suckers in olive oil till they're done, about five minutes per side for inch-thick chops. By the way, you can mix the leftover egg with the leftover breadcrumbs, form the mixture into small patties and fry them with the chops. I forget what these little breadcrumb-egg patties are called but it's something Polish.
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    RE: I need some Pork Steak Recipes 2005/12/28 16:40:45 (permalink)
    Polush puppies?

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    RE: I need some Pork Steak Recipes 2005/12/28 17:02:00 (permalink)
    quote:
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    Polush puppies?



    Actually, it's something that sounds like PLOTT-sick.
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    RE: I need some Pork Steak Recipes 2005/12/28 17:12:12 (permalink)
    ScreenBear,

    The simple seasoning you are looking for might be Hot Shot, a blend of red and black pepper without salt. When I use it I add a small amount of salt to taste if I feel it needs it. Also in my supermarket's spice section are disposable pepper grinders with assorted peppers, red, green, black etc.

    I find the problem most people have with pork, is that they tend to cook it to death and wind up eating something akin to shoe leather. I like soul food, but always reject sole food.
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    RE: I need some Pork Steak Recipes 2005/12/29 12:14:26 (permalink)
    Pork steaks make the best gravy!! Put some salt and a LOT of black pepper in some flour. Heat some oil in a skillet on medium high, dredge the pork steaks in the flour. Fry on both sides 4-5 minutes,cover skillet,lower the heat and cook 5-10 minutes more until the pork is done through and tender. Remove the pork. Raise the temperature to medium high Add enough flour(use the flour that you dredged the pork steaks in) to soak up the oil, stir with a wooden spoon to get up all the "good bits". Cook for several minutes unitl the flour mixture is light golden brown(watch carefully, do not let the flour get too dark). Add milk ( I don't know how much,start with 2 cups,add more if gravy is too thick).

    You must make from scratch mashed potatoes to have with this gravy.
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    RE: I need some Pork Steak Recipes 2005/12/29 12:42:14 (permalink)
    I have to recommend a nice long marination in Stonewall Kitchen's Chipotle Maple Grill Sauce.. then after that I finish em off on the grill, with more bastings from the sauce. yum!
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    RE: I need some Pork Steak Recipes 2006/01/06 19:28:41 (permalink)
    My wife used to cook pork chops you could cut with a fork. All you needed to do was stab it and a piece would break off. I do all of the cooking now.
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