Recipe by RebeccaBe
A quick & easy recipe, but a fantastic combo, mildy sweet, with a gentle perk.
Top Review by The Portugarians
I took out what I thought were pork chops from an unlabeled bag in the freezer. Turns out it was a big hunk of pork - too small and full of bones for a roast and too thick for chops.
Thus, I needed a recipe for cubed pork. The directions were pretty sparse but we made it work. I cubed the pork first, then fried it. I diced the onions and the apple as well (I had one apple so that's all I used). We don't care for cooked raisins so I omitted those.
My husband and I were both pretty skeptical but all in all it was a tasty little dish. We were making mac and cheese for the kids so we just had it on the side but next time we'll eat it with rice.
Thanks for posting. There aren't a lot of recipes on here for cubed pork!
- 1 1⁄2 lbs pork steak
- 2 tablespoons butter
- 1 medium onion
- 2 garlic cloves
- 1 tablespoon soy sauce
- 1⁄2 cup raisins
Directions See How It's Made
- Slowly fry pork in 1 T. butter, until done but moist. Cut in cubes. Set aside.
- Saute sliced onion and crushed garlic in 1 T. butter. When onions have clarified add pork and soy sauce. Thinly slice apples and add the apples and the *raisins to the pork. Cook until well-heated and apples are cooked but still a little crunchy, stirring occasionally.
- This is a great dish with pilaf or rice.
- *It is best to have moist raisins and crunchy apples to have a little contrast in flavor, color and texture.