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Pork steak recipe?!

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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
I got some pork steaks from the butcher but I'm not sure what to do with them!! They're always a bit boring and tough when you grill them, and I don't have a slow cooker so can't make a stew etc.
Anyone got any ideas what I can make?! I don't have onions etc, but I do have garlic, tinned toms, olive oil, gravy, honey, every type of herb and spice imaginable and vegetables (carrots, broccoli, sweetcorn, mange tout and peas)!
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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
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banned#1
you can make a stew in an oven you know lol
#2
csiman
you can make a stew in an oven you know lol


I mean I don't have a pot to put it in the oven.
banned#3
make a stew via a saucepan
#4
Fry slowly with apples and onions or casserole with the same
#5
Half expected this to be a dodgy site but it's ok, not too sure about having a picture of the animal on a recipe site though.

http://www.lovepork.co.uk/

Piquant pork looks good, no onions (can't have pork without onions though IMO)

Edited By: greg_68 on Aug 14, 2010 16:07: .
#6
greg_68
Half expected this to be a dodgy site but it's ok, not too sure about having a picture of the animal on a recipe site though.http://www.lovepork.co.uk/


hmmm pork(in a homer accent)

i love pork cheers for link
#7
boothy
Fry slowly with apples and onions or casserole with the same


Hmmm... No onions, but I do have apples and also some cider from a local producer back home... could do that! Good idea, thanks!
#8
I sometimes grill the pork and then smother a generous amount of apple sauce on top then covered with grated cheese and put back under the grill until cheese is melted/golden and serve with pasta and salad
#9
I've decided on a sticky Chinese sauce.. bit of honey, soy sauce, chilli, ginger, garlic, 5 spice... Tasty!
#10
sounds good
#11
pan fry in 50/50 oil and butter.... don't season and serve with veg roast pots Yorkshire puds and gravy.
"enjoy"
1 Like #12
royace28
pan fry in 50/50 oil and butter.... don't season and serve with veg roast pots Yorkshire puds and gravy.
"enjoy"
They may not be edible at this stage ? :|

Edited By: thewongwing101 on Nov 20, 2016 15:17: to many edibles
1 Like #13
thewongwing101
royace28
pan fry in 50/50 oil and butter.... don't season and serve with veg roast pots Yorkshire puds and gravy.
"enjoy"
They may not be edible be edible at this stage ? :|

Might of put them in the slow cooker?
1 Like #14
haritori
thewongwing101
royace28
pan fry in 50/50 oil and butter.... don't season and serve with veg roast pots Yorkshire puds and gravy.
"enjoy"
They may not be edible be edible at this stage ? :|
Might of put them in the slow cooker?
My mum used to do this :D
http://allrecipes.com/recipe/14725/elegant-lemon-pork-chop-bake/
1 Like #15
thewongwing101
haritori
thewongwing101
royace28
pan fry in 50/50 oil and butter.... don't season and serve with veg roast pots Yorkshire puds and gravy.
"enjoy"
They may not be edible be edible at this stage ? :|
Might of put them in the slow cooker?
My mum used to do this :Dhttp://allrecipes.com/recipe/14725/elegant-lemon-pork-chop-bake/

Nice, I like to slow cook brisket with root veg and mash potatoes.
1 Like #16
haritori
thewongwing101
haritori
thewongwing101
royace28
pan fry in 50/50 oil and butter.... don't season and serve with veg roast pots Yorkshire puds and gravy.
"enjoy"
They may not be edible be edible at this stage ? :|
Might of put them in the slow cooker?
My mum used to do this :Dhttp://allrecipes.com/recipe/14725/elegant-lemon-pork-chop-bake/
Nice, I like to slow cook brisket with root veg and mash potatoes.
Yeah I have started doing that now crisp it up in the oven at the end ?
1 Like #17
Wouldn't like to cook them now after 6 years, they will be tough as old boots X)
1 Like #18
Always seems like a waste of pork not to make it into sausages, bacon or ham. It's never nice as plain meat.
1 Like #19
moneysavingkitten
Always seems like a waste of pork not to make it into sausages, bacon or ham. It's never nice as plain meat.
Not fresh out the oven surely ?
agree never very nice reheated or cold only a stir fry really works
1 Like #20
A nice pork chop is good though, crisp the fat up.
#21
thewongwing101
royace28
pan fry in 50/50 oil and butter.... don't season and serve with veg roast pots Yorkshire puds and gravy.
"enjoy"
They may not be edible at this stage ? :|


​don't understand mate?
#22
Best stick we with salmon op, oh wait that confuses you too
#23
no sorry... don't understand your reply? " they may not be edible at that stage" care to explain big man
#24
royace28
no sorry... don't understand your reply? " they may not be edible at that stage" care to explain big man


This thread is 6 years old. 6 year old pork is not edible.
#25
pmsl.... then I will have a crocodile sandwich "and make it snappy"

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