Thursday, May 21, 2009

Food Trip Friday---Pork Steak




I was in the mood for Pinoy steak. And one of the easiest to prepare is pork. I used Butterfly Cut pork chops. Marinated it with 1/4 cup calamansi juice, soy sauce, salt and pepper.


Calamondin or Calamansi is a fruit very popular throughout Southeast Asia, especially in the Philippines. It is commonly used for cooking. It is a shrub or small tree growing small citrus fruit used to flavour foods and drinks.




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10 comments:

Ladynred said...

Yah! pork is easier ti cook and faster. look YummY!

Willa said...

It's been a while since I cooked Pork Steak, hopefully makapagluto ako ulet, maybe one od this days.:)

Ebie said...

I like to marinade mine in kalamansi, but its a rarity here. Kung meron, mahal. So I subsitute mine with lemon or lime or even mixed them both. And the fried onions, made it yummy..ier.

luna miranda said...

this looks delish! our native calamansi has distinct flavor, stronger than lemon.

Pacey said...

I love to do it with calamansi too. Wow, this looks so yummy. How I wish I still eat pork. Maybe once in a while. hahaahha...this is so inviting.

Hubbys Cook said...

i miss eating steak! medyo matagal na akong di nakaluto ng puro pork ah. parating may sahog ang ulam namin kasi mahal ang karne...hehehe. kaya sinasahugan ng gulay.

Arlene said...

Looks like chicken. Love the toppings na fresh onions :) Gusto ko din gumamit ng calamansi to get the sour taste for some of my recipes.

yen said...

nkakamiss! mine is up, am playing also

nath said...

woww... sound yummy mommy..;) I like it..

Clarissa said...

My Mom used to cook for me that pork steak and your pork steak looks yummy,too!\(^0^)/
mine' s up kahit late^_^
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