I changed mine up a little while the original I'm sure was great too. Mine came out excellent. Instead of using soy sauce, I just used Worcestershire sauce. I also used a regular onion and only made a few changes because I had neither, but also not a big fan of soy sauce (I know, I'm crazy). I also used the advice of another reviewer who stated that she drizzled hers with flour prior to cooking the pork steaks. So 1, I melted butter, 2, added 1 white regular cut up onion (any will do) 3, sprinkled onions with garlic pepper seasoning and sautéed. Temp was at a 5 on my stove, I'm all electric, so medium heat...don't overcook or get too too hot, may cause onions to burn once the steaks are added if too hot, so watch out there. Next add your Worcestershire sauce and give it a little stir. While that is simmering, mix up some flour and garlic pepper seasoning, I shake mine in a bag, but to each its own. I then put them on top of hot onion mixture and cook on each side covered for 6-8 minutes. While that is cooking, preheat your oven to 350. When both sides are browned, flip them before putting them in the oven and keep them covered. Cook for about 15-20 minutes in the oven. Everyone in my family loved them. So juicy and tender, you're in for a real treat!!
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I changed mine up a little while the original I'm sure was great too. Mine came out excellent....