Pork neck steaks in a pan a la Gordon Ramsay – recipe

 

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INGREDIENTS:

 3 pork neck steaks
 2 medium sized onions
 1 medium sized garlic
 salt
 pepper
 vegetable or olive oil
 30 g butter
 6 twigs of fresh or dried thyme

Prep Time5 minsCook Time25 minsTotal Time30 mins

 

DIRECTIONS:

1

Season the steaks with salt and pepper just before you start cooking them. Otherwise, their juices will leak out.

Pork neck steaks

2

Pour about 10 g (1 tbsp) of butter into a pan with about 2 tbsp. of vegetable or olive oil and put it on the stove.

Pork neck steaks

3

When the butter is almost melted, put the steak and sprinkle with 1/3 of the garlic cloves and 1-2 branches of thyme. Fry the steak on both sides. Periodically pour with a spoon the fat onto the steak to keep it juicy.

Pork neck steaks

4

Once the steak is fried on one side, turn it over.

Pork neck steaks

5

Turn the steak 1-2 more times to get a golden tan, but not over-fry. At this point the steak should remain juicy and slightly raw. If you love "a l'anglais" meat, the steak at this stage is ready for your taste and you can serve it. But if you love meat more cooked, continue with the next steps.

Pork neck steaks

6

Cut the onion into slices and spread it on the bottom of a baking pan. Place the steak in the baking pan over the onion.

Pork neck steaks

7

Repeat the procedure with the frying in the pan with the other steaks and also place them in the pan.

Pork neck steaks

8

Seal the tray with aluminum foil and bake in a preheated oven for about 10-15 minutes at 180 degrees. Then remove the foil and bake the steaks for another 5 minutes.

Pork neck steaks

9

Serve the ready steaks while still warm. For garnish choose fresh vegetable salad or mashed potatoes, the recipe of which you can also see on our site. Bon appetit!

Pork neck steaks

 

If I can do it, so can you!
Bon appetit!

 

Ingredients

 3 pork neck steaks
 2 medium sized onions
 1 medium sized garlic
 salt
 pepper
 vegetable or olive oil
 30 g butter
 6 twigs of fresh or dried thyme

Directions

1

Season the steaks with salt and pepper just before you start cooking them. Otherwise, their juices will leak out.

Pork neck steaks

2

Pour about 10 g (1 tbsp) of butter into a pan with about 2 tbsp. of vegetable or olive oil and put it on the stove.

Pork neck steaks

3

When the butter is almost melted, put the steak and sprinkle with 1/3 of the garlic cloves and 1-2 branches of thyme. Fry the steak on both sides. Periodically pour with a spoon the fat onto the steak to keep it juicy.

Pork neck steaks

4

Once the steak is fried on one side, turn it over.

Pork neck steaks

5

Turn the steak 1-2 more times to get a golden tan, but not over-fry. At this point the steak should remain juicy and slightly raw. If you love "a l'anglais" meat, the steak at this stage is ready for your taste and you can serve it. But if you love meat more cooked, continue with the next steps.

Pork neck steaks

6

Cut the onion into slices and spread it on the bottom of a baking pan. Place the steak in the baking pan over the onion.

Pork neck steaks

7

Repeat the procedure with the frying in the pan with the other steaks and also place them in the pan.

Pork neck steaks

8

Seal the tray with aluminum foil and bake in a preheated oven for about 10-15 minutes at 180 degrees. Then remove the foil and bake the steaks for another 5 minutes.

Pork neck steaks

9

Serve the ready steaks while still warm. For garnish choose fresh vegetable salad or mashed potatoes, the recipe of which you can also see on our site. Bon appetit!

Pork neck steaks

Pork neck steaks in a pan a la Gordon Ramsay – recipe
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2 Comments

  1. Avatar r. smith 09.11.2020 at 21:13

    why is the last ingredient listed in Russian or something?

    Reply
    1. Annie Annie 10.11.2020 at 10:41

      It was in Bulgarian. Now it is correct.
      Thank you for your remark. I am sorry for the inconvenience.
      All the best regards!

      Reply

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