Pork Steaks (SV to Grill)

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Bearcarver

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Pork Steaks (SV to Grill) Stir Fried Leftovers



I had 2 of these left in my freezer, since February of 2019, so I figured it was time.
I had made a bunch of them with various indoor toys last year, so this time I’m going to finish on my Weber “Q”.
So I already had these two sealed & Frozen, so I started thawing them, and then put them in my Sous Vide Supreme at 3PM @ 140°, & kept them in until about 3:30 the next day (24 1/2 hours).
Then I took them out to my Weber “Q”, and flipped them around a few times, until I was happy with their appearance.
Then the first night I plated with some Cut Green Beans & some Roasted Tater slices.

Then for the second Night, I cut up a bunch of leftover Pork Steak into bite size pieces.
Then I threw some leftover Roasted Tater Slices in the pan with butter, & fried them up.
Then I put the Pork pieces in a Pan with some Kelchner’s Pineapple Teriyaki Marinade.
Then I added leftover Cut Green Beans, while stirring the Pork.
Then I threw some Baby Corn in with the Pork & Green Beans, and continued to stir.
Then I plated that whole Mix, with the Fried Roasted Tater Slices to complete my meal.

That’s about it. Thanks for stopping by,

Bear



Two Pork Steaks in the rack, ready for a 24 hour ride in my Sous Vide Supreme @ 140°:
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Then to the Grill with some Kelchner's Pineapple Teriyaki marinade:
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After First Flip:
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Needs one more Flip:
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Bear's First Helping:
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Next Night's ingredients ready to start:
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Tater Slices in Butter:
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Getting nice & Browned & crispy----Then set these aside:
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Started with Meat, Beans, and Kelchners Pineapple Teriyaki:
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Add some Baby Corn:
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Keep Stirring:
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Plated Stir-Fry with Sliced Fried Roasted Taters:
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Beautiful piece of work Bear, that teriyaki plate really catches my eye, Like! RAY
 
looks Mighty Tasty my Friend, Gotta try Pork steaks in the SV, haven't done that.
Does it make a noticeable difference ?

Gary
 
That stir fry really looks great Bear!! Tasty use of leftovers.

I saw that Kelchner‘s make marinades too. After the hot mustard thread, I went on their product locator and saw they carry the marinades at some nearby Giants. Ever try some of the others?
 
Some good looking meals Bear! We love stir fry, and yours looks really good

Ryan
 
Looks awesome Bear! Im gonna have to try the S.V. on the pork steaks! Stir fry looks good too!
 
That's good 'ol fashioned comfort food for me.

Thank You Norm!!
And Thanks for the Like.

Bear


looks Mighty Tasty my Friend, Gotta try Pork steaks in the SV, haven't done that.
Does it make a noticeable difference ?

Gary

Thank You Gary!!
Yes it really gets more tender in the SV.
And Thanks for the Like.

Bear
 
Those look great Bear. Gonna have to try the SV for pork steaks next time.

Thank You John!
And Thanks for the Like.

Bear


Nice twist on the stir fry . I like that .

Thank You Rich!!
I don't usually do that kind of thing, but it worked out real good!!
And Thanks for the Like.

Bear
 
That stir fry really looks great Bear!! Tasty use of leftovers.

I saw that Kelchner‘s make marinades too. After the hot mustard thread, I went on their product locator and saw they carry the marinades at some nearby Giants. Ever try some of the others?


Thank You!!!
I've always used their Horseradish, but now I got some Horseradish Sauce too, and about 3 or 4 other Mainades to try, and I think I got one of their Cocktail sauce too.
I'll be trying them as needed.
And Thanks for the Like.

Bear
 
Looks delicious John . you had me at baby corn!


Thank You Brian!!
Good to see you, Ole Buddy!!
LOL---Those little guys are pretty good, as a side.
The first time I ever saw them was at a Salad Bar.

Bear
 
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