Try this wild pork pepper steak recipe at home. I’m sure you love it!
Wild boar meat is similar to pork, the main difference is that as a game meat, wild boar meat is leaner and tends to be darker red than ordinary pork. Wild pork has a rich flavor and is a healthier alternative to farmed pork because of its lean nature. You can be sure that the wild boar is truly free ranged with a natural diet of grass, roots, nuts and fruits.
This is my grandmothers recipe for pork pepper steak.
It’s a quick and easy dish to make and it always satisfies.
Growing up I loved going to my grandmother’s house for lunch or dinner. She was a great cook and you can tell how much she loved cooking and feeding people. Her food was always tasty and wholesome as a result.
This pepper pork steak is a dish I remember eating on regular occasions at her house. When she passed away a few years ago I inherited her cook book. This is one of the recipes in her book and now it’s a regular dish in my house.
Cooking healthy wild pork recipes at home is easy.
First you need to slice the boar meat against the grain, then pound the meat with a meat hammer. I like to put the meat slices inside a freezer bag and pound the outside. That way its no blood or meat splatter.
Fry the pork slices quickly in a hot cast iron skillet pan then add them to the sauce.
The cast iron skillet pan helps give the meat a nice even caramelized surface because it holds and distributes heat so well.
The sauce is super easy using ingredients that most households always have in their kitchen.
Wild pork meat is lean, flavorsome and quick to cook.
Pork pepper steak is a a rich and creamy dish with tender slices of wild pork seasoned with cracked pepper. Sitting in a flavorsome tomato sauce
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Wild pork pepper steak
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pepper pork steak recipe
Wild pork pepper steak
- Slice the pork about 1cm thick slices and bang the slices with a meat tenderizer. I prefer to put the meat inside a freezer bag when tenderizing the meat.
- Sprinkle the meat slices generously with pepper and fry in a hot pan until golden. Season with salt.
- In a saucepan fry the onion gently in butter until soft.
- Pour 100ml of water over the onion then add the mustard and tomato pure. Mix well then add the cream and bring to the boil.
- Add the pepper pork steak to the sauce
- Serve with potato and fresh veggies from the garden
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