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Unread 02-16-2013, 12:41 AM   #1
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Default Pork Steaks.....smoke em or not??

Ive heard folks say that they cook pork steaks like a "steak" over higher heat.Im wondering,will it dry the steak out if I smoke them for a few hours and finish it by searing them over high heat??
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If your talking about pork chops.
Take a look at a guy named moose.

Check out his threads and you will know how to cook pork!!!

He's the master!!
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My favorite way to cook pork steaks is to sear em over direct heat. Then, transfer them to a pan of sauce. Leave the pan and steaks on the grill until the steaks get as tender as you want em.
I'm sure if you got nice thick cut pork steaks you could smoke em first. But, I'd still finish em in a pan of sauce
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If I have them cut thick....I use a reverse sear to get them tender. I like the idea of finishing them in the pan of sauce...will give it a try.
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Salt and pepper. Then I sear them for a short time before they go indirect with a chunk of oak on the coals. Pull at 170 internal.
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Just grill them and eat them. KISS
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Smoke them for a few hours till you can cut with a plastic fork. Thats how I perfer some pork steaks.
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I have done Pork Steaks many times, the best to me is grilled over Medium High heat until the juices run clear.
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I have done Pork Steaks many times, the best to me is grilled over Medium High heat until the juices run clear.
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This is the best pork steak marinade I have ever had. The pork steak turns out just like an Applebees steak. I just throw it on the grill. Sometimes I will indirectly smoke them on the grill for an hour and then sear them. They are great. I have 7 people in my and not one person dosent like them. http://www.kalynskitchen.com/2005/06...r-chicken.html
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I do mine over low/medium, then finish them off with a high temp-reverse sear. Simple salt/pepper seasoning, let the charcoal do the flavoring for you.
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My favorite way to cook pork steaks is to sear em over direct heat. Then, transfer them to a pan of sauce. Leave the pan and steaks on the grill until the steaks get as tender as you want em.
I'm sure if you got nice thick cut pork steaks you could smoke em first. But, I'd still finish em in a pan of sauce
Thats how I ended up doin them.Sear em then simmered em in a pan of sauce.
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Thats how I ended up doin them.Sear em then simmered em in a pan of sauce.
That's STL Q right there
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Coat with a paste of dijon rosemary and garlic, then grill like said above.

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