Sticky Grain Mustard and Honey Pork Steaks

My Sticky Grain Mustard and Honey Pork Steaks are great on the BBQ but just as good cooked indoors on a griddle pan.

Sticky Grain Mustard and Honey Pork Loin Steaks
  
Slightly sticky, slightly sweet, perfectly cooked boneless pork loin loin steaks. You can buy Mirin Japanese rice liquor and Ketjap Manis (Indonesian sweet soy sauce) from any good supermarket or over on Amazon by clicking on the links.


Pork, BBQ,
Meat, Pork, Marinade
English
Yield: 2
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Sticky Grain Mustard and Honey Pork Steaks

This recipe makes enough marinade for two pork loin steaks.

ingredients:

  • You will need a large plastic bag
  • 2 nice boneless pork loin steaks with a little fat on the one side
  • For the Marinade:
  • 2 big dollops of wholegrain mustard
  • 2 good tablespoons of runny honey
  • 1 tablespoon of Japanese Mirin
  • 1 tablespoon of Ketjap Manis

instructions:

How to cook Sticky Grain Mustard and Honey Pork Steaks

  1. Mix up the ingredients in a dish to make a marinade. Pop in the chops in and coat them well.
  2. Now pour the marinade into a large plastic bag and add the chops. Massage the chops through the bag to coat them evenly.
  3. Put the bag into the fridge and leave for at least an hour. Remove half an hour before cooking to let the meat lose its chill.
  4. When you're ready to cook (remembering to remove them from the fridge half an hour beforehand). 
  5. Have your BBQ ready to cook and depending on the thickness of the meat they will need just a couple of minutes each side. 
  6. If you're using a griddle pan like I did, then again depending on the thickness of the meat they will take about 5 minutes each side. 
  7. You can baste them with the marinade from the bag as they cook.
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4 comments

  1. Mmmm mouthwatering, Jan! What would you recommend it be served with? I think my BBQ days are over for the year! :(

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  2. Catherine - I'd say rice would go with this or even mashed or jacket potato!

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  3. Looks great Jan! I think I'd love these with rice myself. xx

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Jan

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