Porksteak in Ginger, Garlic and Honey

 Posted by on November 24, 2009  Add comments
Nov 242009
 

Try this.

You’ll like it.

Marinate a porksteak in Soy sauce, sesame oil, garlic, ginger and honey.  Squeeze in half a lemon.

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Put it all in a plastic bag and throw it in the fridge. Turn the bag every hour or so, whenever you remember.

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Take it out and roast it at a high temperature till it’s crisped on the outside, or altermatively, flash fry it on all sides.  Then cook it at about 150 degrees until it’s done.

Meanwhile reduce the marinade to a thick syrup. Remove the porksteak from the oven and coat it in this glaze. Return it to the oven.

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Slice it at an angle, fan it out on a plate and serve with spiced cous-cous and whatever else you like.

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Delicious.

  11 Responses to “Porksteak in Ginger, Garlic and Honey”

Comments (11)
  1.  

    What’s the lemon doing in the shot if it’s not in the recipe? This looks delicious, I’ll try it.

    Nuts

  2.  

    That’s because I forgot to say “lemon”.

    It is delicious. Trust me.

  3.  

    Looks smashing!

  4.  

    Damn, Bock, you are a man of many talents. I’ll try this, -it looks delicious.

  5.  

    I need to get an oven.

  6.  

    Hello Mr Nut. Third line down just before the drooly photos. ” squeeze in half a lemon”.

  7.  

    That’s because I fixed it after he pointed out the omission.

  8.  

    Hey, this looks yum – even more so cause we’ve got our own pork in the freezer – home-made out of last year’s recycled veg and kitchen scraps… the best kind.

    Can you elaborate slightly on “Then cook it at about 150 degrees until it’s done.”? Is that cook as in bake in the oven? And what is your ballpark expectation of time until done – 10 min, 45 min, 1.5 hours?

  9.  

    Cooked this last weekend. Absolutely delicious. Bought 3 v. large porksteaks in Jim Flavins, Castletroy for 12 euro. Must admit, forgot to put the lemon juice in the marinade.

  10.  

    About 45 minutes. Maybe an hour. Roast it uncovered if you like it crispy. Otherwise keep it covered.

  11.  

    Thanks – I’ll definitely be trying this…I’ll let you know!

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