Pork Steak Recipe

Pork Steak Recipe

Pork Steak

Previously, I shared the recipe for Beef Steak (or Bistek Tagalog). Now, I will write about its counterpart in pork which would be the pork steak. They have similar ingredients thus the taste would also be similar (except that you would still notice the difference between pork and beef).

In this recipe, I used pork chops (although there’s a specific cut called pork steak that has less skin/fat/bone but costs more). I’m not sure if this is just my imagination but I think a little fat adds flavor to the dish so the fat in the pork chops would already suffice.

Till next time,

Allen

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Pork Steak
Pork Steak Recipe
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The pork alternative of the beef steak recipe.
Prep Time
10 minutes
Cook Time
50 minutes
Prep Time
10 minutes
Cook Time
50 minutes
Pork Steak
Pork Steak Recipe
Print Recipe
The pork alternative of the beef steak recipe.
Prep Time
10 minutes
Cook Time
50 minutes
Prep Time
10 minutes
Cook Time
50 minutes
Ingredients
Servings:
Instructions
Marinade
  1. Mix Pork Chops, Soy Sauce, Calamansi and Peppercorn for an hour (or overnight)
Cooking Pork Steak
  1. Fry the onion rings for a few minutes (or until they have separated into individual rings) and remove from pan
  2. Fry the pork chop/ steak for around 3-4 minutes on each side
  3. Add the marinade and water; and let it boil
  4. After boiling, lower the temperature and let simmer until pork is tender (continue adding water if it starts to dry (see notes))
Recipe Notes

Note My frying pan doesn't have a cover so I had to transfer the pork chop into a casserole to do the simmering. I usually simmer with the cover on.

I over simmered it so the pork was already breaking apart when I was trying to move it from the casserole to the dish.

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