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What Do I Do With Pork Steaks?

As Lake Geneva’s meat experts, our customers frequently ask us, “What are pork steaks and what do I do with them?” Good question, and we have the answer for you.

What Do I Do With Pork Steaks?

What are pork steaks?

Pork Steaks are thinly sliced steaks from the shoulder of the pig. Pork steaks are also [technically] called “pork blade steaks” (shoulder), or “Boston butts”.

We cut our Pork Steaks from the Pork Shoulder and contain the blade bone. Because we cut them from the Pork Shoulder, they are very flavorful and rich and marbling. Think about how good a Slow Cooked Pork Shoulder tastes, and that gives you an idea of what a Pork Steak will taste like after cooking.

What do I do with pork steaks?

Pork steaks are very versatile and can be cooked via sautéing, grilling or braising. Be careful not to overcook the Pork Steaks (especially since we cut them thin) or they will become dry and tough. Reach 145F, and remove from heat. The meat will be slightly pink, juicy, tender and delicious!

Pork steak recipes

Pork steaks are delicious—try our Pan Seared Apple Mustard Pork Steak recipe, or substitute Pork Steaks in any Pork Chop recipe such as our Beer Grilled Pork Chop recipe.

We hope this answers the question of “What do I do with Pork Steaks” and if you have more questions, please fill out our Contact Form or leave a comment below and we’ll answer your question.

For even more recipes and information, visit the National Pork Board’s Pork Steak site. Happy eating!

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