Pork steak with barbecue sauce

Pork steak with barbecue sauce

Pork steak with barbecue sauce will make an original and satisfying dish for the whole family. We recommend that you bake the meat in a sauce — you will get a delicious, crisp crust and tender, juicy flesh. We recommend buying a pork loin on the bone or without it. The cut is easy to carve into steaks. Loin – a tender part of pork with a small amount of fat, for which the marinade is not required.

Enough salt, a mixture of ground peppers and a few drops of Worcestershire sauce. While the meat is marinating, do not waste time and prepare a spicy addition for the pork steak. Texas barbecue sauce turns out to be flavorful, not too spicy and very tasty. Brown sugar gives the dish a light caramel flavor, and therefore it is not recommended to replace it with white sugar. Ketchup for sauce should be used as natural as possible, without additives and spices.

Texas barbecue sauce


Pork steak 4 pieces
14.11 oz ketchup
Brown sugar – ½ Cup
Shallots, 1 piece
Mustard seeds 2 tablespoons
Red hot sauce 2 teaspoons
Worcestershire sauce 3 teaspoons
Water 16.91 FL oz

Instruction.  Pork steak with barbecue sauce.

Cooking time 1 hour 30 minutes

Put ketchup in a pan, pour in water, put sugar, half of the chopped shallots, mustard, sauces and stir.
Bring the mass to a boil, reduce the heat and simmer for about 40 minutes.
As soon as the barbecue sauce thickens, remove it from the heat.

Place the 1.54 lbs (700 g) pork steaks in a baking dish and pour the sauce over them. Leave for 30 minutes at room temperature to allow the meat to better absorb the flavor of the sauce. Bake at 392F degrees for about 20 minutes. Use a thermometer to check the steaks are ready. Put in a dish, add the salad leaves. Bon appetit! Pork steak with barbecue sauce.