Grilled pork steak

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Grilled pork steak
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In this recipe, I'll show you how to cook grilled pork steak in an Asian marinade - with ginger, garlic, chili and soy sauce. This is done quite simply, and as a result you will get excellent steaks with bright Asian notes that will appeal to all lovers of Pan-Asian cuisine. Enjoy your meal!

Ingredients

Directions

  1. We prepare the necessary products.
  2. For serving the dish, I will use a mixture of four varieties of rice and green onions.
  3. We cut the loin into steaks about 3 cm thick. Put them in a marinating container. I note that for pickling, especially for a long time, it is necessary to use enameled, glass, earthenware or ceramic dishes. This is due to the fact that the acids contained in the marinade do not have any negative effect on the listed materials.
  4. Cut the garlic into random pieces. Cut the ginger root into oblong strips (you don’t even need to peel it, it won’t be used for food anyway). Cut the red chili pepper into 2 parts, get rid of the seeds and cut into half rings.
  5. We return to the container with meat. Season it with ground black pepper. Add garlic, ginger root and chili pepper. Add 150 ml of soy sauce and 150 ml of boiled water to the marinating container.
  6. We mix the entire contents of the container, close the lid and leave the pork to marinate overnight.
  7. Ignite the coals in the grill. While they are kindling, remove the steaks from the marinade. We remove all vegetables from their surface. Dry the steaks with paper towels.
  8. Grill the pork steaks (on direct medium heat, turning the meat often) for about 15-20 minutes, until the temperature inside the steaks reaches 75 degrees (check with a food thermometer). As soon as this happens, remove the steaks from the heat and serve.
  9. This time I served steaks with boiled rice and green onions.
  10. Enjoy your meal!

Grilled pork steak



  • Serves: -
  • Prepare Time: -
  • Cooking Time: -
  • Calories: -
  • Difficulty: Medium

In this recipe, I'll show you how to cook grilled pork steak in an Asian marinade - with ginger, garlic, chili and soy sauce. This is done quite simply, and as a result you will get excellent steaks with bright Asian notes that will appeal to all lovers of Pan-Asian cuisine. Enjoy your meal!

Ingredients

Directions

  1. We prepare the necessary products.
  2. For serving the dish, I will use a mixture of four varieties of rice and green onions.
  3. We cut the loin into steaks about 3 cm thick. Put them in a marinating container. I note that for pickling, especially for a long time, it is necessary to use enameled, glass, earthenware or ceramic dishes. This is due to the fact that the acids contained in the marinade do not have any negative effect on the listed materials.
  4. Cut the garlic into random pieces. Cut the ginger root into oblong strips (you don’t even need to peel it, it won’t be used for food anyway). Cut the red chili pepper into 2 parts, get rid of the seeds and cut into half rings.
  5. We return to the container with meat. Season it with ground black pepper. Add garlic, ginger root and chili pepper. Add 150 ml of soy sauce and 150 ml of boiled water to the marinating container.
  6. We mix the entire contents of the container, close the lid and leave the pork to marinate overnight.
  7. Ignite the coals in the grill. While they are kindling, remove the steaks from the marinade. We remove all vegetables from their surface. Dry the steaks with paper towels.
  8. Grill the pork steaks (on direct medium heat, turning the meat often) for about 15-20 minutes, until the temperature inside the steaks reaches 75 degrees (check with a food thermometer). As soon as this happens, remove the steaks from the heat and serve.
  9. This time I served steaks with boiled rice and green onions.
  10. Enjoy your meal!

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