Recipe by SHELAGGIE
"This is a terrific and different way to enjoy pork steaks. Fast easy, tender and tasty."
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4 (6 ounce)
pork butt steaks
Nice change from mushroom sauce or shake n bake. If you are using a gas oven don't cook for quite as long and defintely foil your pan for easier clean up!
Compared to other recipes that pair brown sugar with pork this is much sweeter. It might be good on a cold snowy night but it was too sweet for my family.
Husband really liked this. My steaks were a bit bigger, so I probably should have adjusted the spices accordingly, as I thought there wasn't quite enough salt to balance the sweet and next time I will probably add a little pinch of cayenne for a slight kick and a little more flavor depth. Overall though, it was very tasty! I didn't use a grill rack and just drained the liquid off my baking sheet whenever I turned the meat. That worked fine. Plus, it allowed me to cover my pan in foil which made cleanup a breeze. To speed it up a little, I did use the broiler on lower heat to do the final sugar glazing. That worked great. You just have to watch so you don't burn it.
i liked the spice combo for this. I used it on a Boston butt pork roast in my Turbo Cooker... 3/4 cup of sugar turned out to be too much... but i loved the flavoring... it was very very nice!
Wonderful flavor and moist juicy meat. Nice change of pace from our usual baked pork chops. Have made this several times and will definitely make again.
I really liked it but some of my kids didn't. It is sweet like honey glazed ham.
Very tasty steaks!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 144
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