Prep 6 hrs
Cook 15 mins
My Vietnamese fiance taught this to me. It has a strong flavor, so I serve it over a bed of rice with steamed veggies on the side. Regular Soy sauce works fine, but I prefer the low-sodium to ease the saltiness. You can fry, grill or broil the steaks, depending upon your taste. Very simple though! Prep time includes marinating, and cook time is for frying the steaks. --ETA-- I've made these as a dump recipe, and they worked great! I pour all the ingredients into a freezer bag, and when I wanted to cook them, I let them thaw overnight in the fridge. NOTE-- When you marinate them in a zippered bag, you only need half of the sauce to cover all the pork.
- 1 1⁄2 lbs pork steaks (bone in works fine, as does other pork cuts)
- 1 cup teriyaki marinade
- 2 cups low sodium soy sauce
- 1 -2 teaspoon diced garlic (to taste)
- 1 -2 teaspoon diced green onion (optional)
- Combine teriyaki, soy sauce, and garlic in a large zipped bag or casserole dish.
- Add pork steaks and marinate 6 hours or overnight for more flavor (turning occasionally).
- Fry the pork steaks over medium heat, with enough oil covering the bottom of the pan for 5-7 minutes per side (add more time for thicker cuts of pork).
- OR You can broil the steaks in a 350°F oven for about 45 minutes, turning once after 20 minutes (depending upon thickness).
These were great. We made them on our camping trip and everyone loved them. I used a carribean teriyaki marinade(it had pineapple in it). I will definately make again. I froze the pork steaks in the marinade and just let them defrost over a couple of days in the cooler.
I add 1 tsp ground ginger to the marinade, tossed the steaks in a sack, refrigerated for 2 hours, then poured all into a crockpot and cooked on high for 4 hours. Drained the juice and fat off. I pieced the pork steaks, small pieces and served cold with wasabi dipping sauce with a salad. Very good!.