Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Recipes from Hubby's Grandmother's Recipe Box (5)

This recipe was cut out of The Virginian-Pilot, dated Thursday, March 6, 1980. I think it was an addition by my mother-in-law. Makes sense...Hubs' dad's family is from the South.

Judy's Pork Steaks

4 pork shoulder steaks
4 T. butter
2 large onions, coarsely chopped
Few drops of worcestershire sauce
1 cup consomme or stock
2 T. flour
Salt, Pepper to taste

Use a little pork fat to grease lightly a heavy skillet large enough to hold mean in one layer. Brown the steaks slowly in the greased skillet, on both sides, then turn heat low, cover pan and cook gently for about 2o minutes, adding a few drops of water to pan if necessary to keep meat from drying out.

Melt the butter in the saucepan and cook the onions in it gently until just golden. Add 2 or 3 drops of worcestershire and the mustard. Cook down a litter, then stir in the flour and cook and stir to blend and thicken slightly. Add consomme and salt and pepper to taste. Stir to mix well and cook down until of a good sauce consistency. To serve, simply spoon sauce over cooked pork steaks on serving plates. Serves 4.

All original writing and art copyright A. Dameron 2000-2010

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