chicken & meat

Grilled Pork Steak

Grilled Pork Steak
In this recipe I will show you how to make grilled pork steak in an Asian marinade – with ginger, garlic, chili peppers and soy sauce. It is quite easy to do, and the result you get great steaks with bright Asian notes, which will suit the taste of all lovers of Pan-Asian cuisine. Bon appetite!


  • Boneless pork loin – 2 kg
  • Soy sauce – 150 ml
  • Water – 150 ml
  • Garlic – 2 cloves
  • Ginger root – 100 g
  • Red chili pepper – 1 pc. (to taste)
  • Freshly ground pepper – to taste

Step-by-step recipe Grilled Pork Steak

Prepare the necessary products.
To serve the dish, I will use a mixture of four varieties of rice and green onions.

Cut the loin into steaks about 3 cm thick. We put them in a container for marinating. I would like to note that for marinating, especially for a long time, it is necessary to use enameled, glass, clay or ceramic dishes. This is due to the fact that the acids contained in the marinade do not have any negative impact on these materials.

Cut the garlic into arbitrary pieces. Ginger root cut into oblong strips (do not even peel it, it will not be used in food anyway). Red chili pepper is cut in two parts, remove the seeds and cut into half rings.

Return to the container with the meat. Season it with ground black pepper. Add the garlic, ginger root and chili pepper. Add 150 ml of soy sauce and 150 ml of boiled water to the marinade container.
Mix all the contents of the container, close the lid and leave the pork to marinate overnight.

Light the coals in the grill. While they ignite, remove the steaks from the marinade. Remove all vegetables from their surface. Dry the steaks with a paper towel.

Grill pork steaks (on a straight medium heat, turning the meat often) for about 15-20 minutes, until the temperature inside the steaks reaches 75 degrees (check with a cooking thermometer). Once this has happened, remove the steaks from the heat and serve.

This time I served the steaks with boiled rice and green onions.

Bon appetite!

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