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RECIPE: Pork Steak

January 18, 2013

Hubby and daughter loves pork/beef steak especially if it has tons of onions and calamansi. Alas, after yaya left us (indefinite leave), there's no one to turn to when they crave for pork/beef steak and other fried dishes. Frying is my waterloo!!!

So one night, I gathered up my courage after finding some meat in the fridge.

4-5 pcs of porkchop
10 pcs of calamansi
2 onions
soy sauce
vinegar
ground pepper
salt


*** you can also add knorr seasoning

Make a mixture of soy sauce, vinegar, ground pepper, salt. Add the meat and marinade for thirty minutes. Add the calamansi, and wait for another thirty minutes. Heat oil in pan then toss in the meat. Pan-fry evenly on both sides. Be careful not to burn it nor leave it too long in the pan because meat will be hard to chew by then. Remove meat and place in serving dish. Then pour the meat mixture in the pan, wait for about 3 minutes before adding the onions. Once the onion is cooked, pour the sauce on top of the meat. And viola!


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