Teriyaki Pork Steaks with Pan Fried Potatoes

I love seeing something I’ve made and realizing that it could have come out of my mother’s kitchen.  This usually happens when I don’t over think a meal but, as she did, just cook it.  I had some pork steaks, don’t I always, some leftover homemade teriyaki sauce and potatoes.  So I cooked them.  Period.  Except for the pictures I took at 6:00 p.m. with natural light  :-D

Teriyaki Pork Steaks with Pan Fried Potatoes

4 pork steaks, seasoned with salt and pepper

Home made teriyaki sauce yours or mine http://cookinginsens.wordpress.com/2012/06/19/teriyaki-rib-steak-with-wax-beans/

2-3 large potatoes, diced

Olive oil

Salt and pepper

Parsley, chopped

Pour the teriyaki sauce over the pork steaks and set aside.  Preheat the oven to 425 F.  Pour a Jamie glug of olive oil in a skillet, heat and add the potatoes, salt, pepper and cook until brown and crusty.  Set aside.

Remove the pork steaks from the marinade and place on a rack in a roasting pan.  Roast for 25 minutes, turn, brush with marinade, then roast for another 10-15 minutes.

Reheat the potatoes, sprinkle with the parsley and serve with the pork steaks and a couple of slices of tomatoes.

Beverage suggestion:  Hard cider

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18 Responses to Teriyaki Pork Steaks with Pan Fried Potatoes

  1. Looks lovely. I’m very fond of teriyaki and the potatoes look delish.

  2. That looks really rather nice and I love the serving suggestion! I love cider :D

  3. MixerUpper says:

    love pork. love teriyaki. looks like your Mom had it right. :-)

  4. Mad Dog says:

    You are hungry today! Great recipe, especially the homemade sauce ;-)

  5. Perfect – mums know best!

  6. Oh, those tomatoes got my attention too!

  7. This looks like a winning combination of flavors. Thanks for sharing!

  8. The sauce sounds divine.

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