Recipe by BABYLOVE1222
"My mom came up with this recipe when I was a child. It is the ONLY way I will eat green onions."
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I absolutely loved this recipe! The only thing I did differently was to dredge the pork steaks in seasoned flour before I put them in with the garlic and butter. It gives the steaks a nice silky texture and thickens the butter just a tiny bit. I didn't have green onions so I used 1/2 large sweet onion and it was wonderful! The pork steaks had a delicious flavor and they were so tender! I will definitely use this recipe again - it's easy and quick to prepare after a day of work. THANKS!!
I put a twist on this,recipe. I used Ken's Lite Italian dressing.Marinated for 30 mins. Mean ~while, I cut up carrots,yellow & white potatoes & celery.
Put in a roasting pan.Drizzled Olive oil over the vegetables. Then baked at 375 degrees in the oven.After 1 hour, turn the meat over then bake for a half hour more. Took cover off for the last 5 min. to brown the meat more. Tender & juicy. My husband loved it.
tonite i found myself in a bit of a hurry to come up with something to with the wife's mashed potatoes and came across this recipe. i did modify it as such: subst. 2 small/med vidalia onions for the green onions, added a dash of worcestershire to the soy, pressed in 4 cloves of garlic instead of 2, and used 4 steaks instead of 6. quite simply it was phenomenal. next time we make this the plan is to use the pan leftovers to make gravy for the mashed potatoes. i can't recommend this recipe enough, especially with skin-on mashed potatoes!
I've made this twice, once with pork steaks and once with pork loin chops and both times it was great! I did use more soy sauce than the recipe calls for. The sauce was great over rice and I'm using the leftovers to make pork fried rice.
I used regular onion and it was really good!
This is the first time I've even made pork and your recipe is fantastic! I dredged the steaks in flour first, like another reviewer suggested. They were very tender. I loved the combination of flavors! My husband shares my taste for this recipe as well. :-)
5 Plus stars for ease and deliciousity. I didn't have green onions, and I only had 3 loin chops, bone in. Otherwise, followed the recipe. I cooked each side, covered, for about 8 minutes (maybe less) on medium low, and they were done. Very good and fast.
This was delicious! I also added a dash of Worcestershire and used regular onions instead of green. Perfect! NASCARBABY, you made a COMPLETELY different recipe and then gave this one 3 stars. How is that acceptable? I see this a lot, actually. It's one thing to tweak the recipe, but to do things that change it completely? Ridiculous. Just because you used the same meat, doesn't mean you have the right to rate this recipe.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 228
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