Originally Posted by jrn
Man I love pork steaks!! I've never had it prepared the way you guys are talking about though. Can y'all recommend a recipe for someone who's a newb at that particular style? I'm going to the search engine now!
Sure!! First you will need to head to your trusty local butcher and tell him you want pork steaks cut from a bone-in butt.
After that, I fire up the weber kettle with a load of charcoal and hickory chunks and set it all to one side. I start them up doing a reverse sear until 150 IT and then move to direct over the coals to finish. Sauce both sides during the last few minutes and let cook until the sauce sets and gets nice and sticky.
Let rest for 5 or 10 minutes and then serve with some tater salad, baked beans, and your favorite adult beverage.
Christmas morning I had two kettles cooking up a total of 14 pork steaks for dinner later that night. They are great to cook in the morning and then either re-heat or hold in a large roasting pan until serving time. Mmmmmm now you're making me hungry!