Pork steaks, also known as Boston butt or pork blade steaks, are a flavorful cut of meat that produce the juiciest, most flavorful steak for a great quick supper. Using a cast iron skillet, different spices, and some pantry staples, you can have dinner ready in under 20 minutes.
A pork chop is cut from the loin where a pork steak is cut from the shoulder. Pork Chops are a bit leaner than the pork steak and cook a bit quicker, making this a great weeknight option. The pork steak has a lot of marbling which lends itself to a juicier steak.
WHAT IS THE difference between PORK chops & STEAK
This easy oven recipe is one of those that I use when I have vegetables in the fridge or potatoes in my pantry that need to be used up. The flavors in the recipe are the perfect pairing for this cut of pork, and allow for a great main dish you can pair with so many great side dishes.
Prep Time: 5 MIN
Cook Time: 30 MINS
- butter - soy sauce - green onions - garlic powder - pork steaks
This method produces the juiciest and most flavorful steak that will melt in your mouth. You will also want to make sure that when you cut into the steaks that the juices run clear and that the meat is no longer pink.
– let the meat come to room temperature before cooking to allow for juicier, tender pork steaks. - make sure that the skillet is screaming hot; cast iron is best!
This recipe is great served on a bed of fluffy white rice and with some steamed broccoli, for a simple weeknight dinner. Serve alongside a side dish of some roasted vegetables and potatoes.