In this first in a series of posts on how to cook steak, the Food Network’s Foodie magazine is breaking down how to get the best steak cooking experience for your money.
In this article, we take a look at how to prepare a grilled pork steak.
This is a classic, meaty and tender cut of steak, but it’s also a delicious, flavorful and versatile addition to any meal.
It’s great for sandwiches and as a side for a main course, or as an accompaniment to your main course.
It is perfect for steak-eating parties or as a starter to a grilled cheese sandwich, or a meal that can be eaten with rice.
What you need to know to cook grilled pork steaks:Grilled pork steak should be cooked to a medium-rare in the oven, and is best eaten with a little bit of extra oil and salt to give it a nice sear.
The steak should also be cut in a circular shape to get as much air space as possible and is usually best cooked on the side of the pan.
It is recommended to use the following seasoning:Red pepper flakes, salt, cumin, paprika, ground cumin (if you prefer) and a pinch of freshly ground black pepper.
A little olive oil can also be used to thin the sauce, and you can add some chopped parsley or basil if you like.
If you prefer to grill the steak on the grill, add extra seasoning and grill the pork for around 15 minutes at a time until the edges of the steak are golden brown and crispy.
Once you’re satisfied, serve it with your choice of side dishes.
The key to a good steak is to get it properly browned, and the right thickness, so make sure the grill pan is hot enough.
To cook grilled steak, add a little olive water to the pan and stir in the herbs and salt, and cook for around five minutes.
If the steak is too tender to handle, add more water and cook it for a further five minutes until the internal temperature of the meat has risen up to around 170C (300F).
Then, use the tongs to sear the meat for around 10 minutes until it is golden brown.
As you can see in the above picture, the meat is now fully cooked and is now ready to be cooked with a pan or skillet, or even on the stovetop.
You can use a spatula to move the steak around, and once the pan is fully hot, you can sear the side pieces of the pork in the pan or on the heatproof surface of the grill.
How to prepare grilled pork meat:Cook the pork steak in a frying pan or a slow cooker, and then transfer the meat to a plate.
Add the salt and pepper to taste, and use a fork to gently stir the meat as it cooks.
While the steak cooks, add some extra seasoning to the sauce and season with a pinch or two of freshly grated black pepper if you prefer.
Cook the steak for around 20 minutes on a low heat, or until the meat begins to brown.
Then, drain the meat and serve immediately.
Note: You can cook grilled chicken, fish or pork steak on a stovetop, but you’ll need to cook the meat in the same pan as the vegetables.
This can make it tricky to get a good sear.