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Pork Steak Recipe

Updated on August 5, 2012
Filipino-Style Pork Steak
Filipino-Style Pork Steak

Steak, according to historians is the dish influenced by American to the rest of the western countries. But, the way the cooking process spread through the world was unknown. Experts believed that explorers introduced this to different places and people just added some innovations.

The usual process of steak is marinating the meat in special mixture, which varies in every region and grilled.

The Philippine-style Pork Steak is a dish based on soy sauce with citrus kicks. The meat is fried then cooked in a sauce.

Me I want my steak with teak and string sauce with some steamed onions.

Cook Time

Prep time: 10 min
Cook time: 1 hour
Ready in: 1 hour 10 min
Yields: 1 kilo of pork chops can serve 8 people

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Ingredients

  • 1 Kilo Pork Chops
  • 1/2 Cup Soy Sauce
  • 1/2 Cup Water
  • Juice form 12 pieces calamansi or 2 pieces lemon
  • 2 spoon Sugar
  • 4 cloves graclic, finely minced
  • 1 big onion, chopped into rings
  • Ground Pepper
  • Oil - For Frying

Instructions

  1. Fry the pork, avoid cooking them well. It's much better if you will fry them vertically deep frying the fat part.
  2. In a separate pan, saute garlic, let it toast and 4-5 pieces of sliced onions.
  3. Add pork chops and let it simmer.
  4. Add soy sauce, citrus juice, sugar and water. Boil for 10 minutes.
  5. Add pepper and stir well.
  6. Boil until the sauce thicken.
  7. Put into low fire and top with onions. Steamed onions will become a little sweet.
  8. Serve and enjoy.
Filipino-Style Pork Steak
Filipino-Style Pork Steak

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      DesertBam 3 years ago

      I did this recipe awhile ago and ot dis go well but i did a little bit of experimenting. I add up lemon a bit of salt , sugar, i did put little bit of garlic powder eventhough there is already a garlic. And ofcourse the onion :) i like the natural spices of filipino dish and it turns out great and tasty :)

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      olbizz 5 years ago from Philippines

      Win-winresource,

      Thanks for trying this recipe.

      Calamansi and lemons are quite strong citrus that when combined with soy sauce, it'll fight with flavor..

      Anyway, very interesting mix your did..

      Ringo

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      win-winresources 5 years ago from Colorado

      Olbizz-

      I made the dish a bit ago. I used kumquat, lime juice and drained mandarin oranges. Very interesting citrisy mix. Unfortunately when I mixed in the soy sauce, all of the nuance of the citrus was lost. Oh well.

      -DW

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      olbizz 5 years ago from Philippines

      Hello win-winresourceses,

      We can substitute calamansi into lemons.. Thanks for reminding me...

      Ringo

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      win-winresources 5 years ago from Colorado

      Olbizz-

      Don't think I have ever seen calamansi in stores in Colorado. I read that it is a cross between a mandarin orange and a kumquat. Is there any good substitute?

      -DW