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Pork Steak with Seasoned Potatoes Recipe

Pork Steak with Seasoned Potatoes Recipe

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Nothing beats succulent pork meat coupled with soft baked potatoes. And our Pork Steak with Seasoned Potatoes Recipe is a perfect example of such a flavorful and filling dish! In this recipe, we’ll show you how to make pork steak extra-savory by pairing it with rosemary and scrumptious russet potatoes. This dish is perfect for hearty dinners and special family celebrations. The protein-rich thick cut of pork steak is definitely filling. But add carb-loaded potatoes and you’ll be nursing a happy and satisfied tummy for the rest of the night.

Preparing the Pork Steak with Seasoned Potatoes Recipe

Pork steak dishes are one of the most popular ways to cook pork blade steak. These are cuts one gets from the pig’s shoulder. This delicious pig part is popular for its marbling, which gives the meat immense flavors. Of all pork cuts, pork steaks are also one of the easiest and most versatile to cook. You can grill, stew, and even broil pork blade steaks. Also, they’re more affordable than other pork cuts, which makes them a good choice for home cooks looking to experiment with cooking meat and potato dishes.

Our pork and potatoes dish is exploding with flavors and perfect for a high tea! The meat is marinated in Worcestershire sauce, rosemary, and garlic, giving it a rich, and savory taste. And for variation in texture, bite-sized baked potatoes are baked along with the pork. It may seem intimidating to make, but it’s actually easy to cook as long as you follow our simple instructions. We’re sure that you’ll master this recipe in no time! And when you do, our Pork Steak with Seasoned Potatoes dish is guaranteed to be a regular fixture in your dining table. If you liked this recipe, try our Pork Chops Supreme Recipe which also cooks pork meat in a creative way.

Tender pork steak marinated in Worcestershire sauce, rosemary, and garlic, and coupled with seasoned russet potatoes–our Pork Steak with Seasoned Potatoes Recipe will definitely leave you filled and satisfied for the rest of the day.

Prep: 10 mins
Marinate: 2 hrs
Cook: 1 hr
Total: 3 hrs 10 mins


  • 4 bone-in pork steaks, skinless, about ¾ to 1-inch thick
  • 2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 tbsp dried rosemary, divided
  • 1 tsp garlic, grated
  • 20 oz baby potatoes , or new potatoes
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • Salt and black pepper, to taste
  • cooking spray

To serve:

  • asparagus, done to your liking
  • steak sauce, or gravy & pan jus


  1. Preheat the oven to 300 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil & grease another baking sheet with cooking spray.
  2. In a bowl, mix the worcestershire sauce, half of the rosemary, and the garlic together.
  3. Place pork steaks in the bowl and coat well. Cover and let the pork steaks marinate in the fridge for 2 hours.
  4. In another bowl, combine the potatoes, olive oil, & remaining rosemary.
  5. Season with salt & pepper, then toss to coat. Transfer these onto the greased baking sheet & set aside.
  6. After bringing the marinated pork steaks to room temperature, place them at the lined baking sheet, and roast for 18 to 20 minutes.
  7. Roast together for roughly an hour or until potatoes are golden, & pork chops are fully cooked. You may need to remove the potatoes earlier if needed, as they tend to roast faster than the pork chops.
  8. Serve these together with asparagus & your choice of sauce.


  • Sugar: 2g
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  • Calcium: 58mg
  • Calories: 449kcal
  • Carbohydrates: 41g
  • Cholesterol: 90mg
  • Fat: 17g
  • Fiber: 3g
  • Iron: 3mg
  • Potassium: 1456mg
  • Protein: 34g
  • Saturated Fat: 4g
  • Sodium: 159mg
  • Vitamin A: 28IU
  • Vitamin C: 14mg
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Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the difference between pork chop and pork steak?

Pork steaks, or Boston butt or pork blade steaks, are cut from the pig’s shoulder. Meanwhile, pork chops are cut from the loin, perpendicular to the pig’s spine. It runs all the way from the hip to the shoulder where we get the following cuts: blade chops, ribs chops, loin chops, and sirloin chops. For this recipe, we’re using pork steaks. Pork steaks generally have more fat than pork chops. In addition, they’re easier to cook and are more affordable.

Does pork get more tender the longer it’s cooked?

It depends on the cut and the way it is cooked. Pork steaks have more fat, and therefore more collagen, than pork chops. So, they are best cooked slowly and on low heat. This way, the meat will turn out more tender as the collagen breaks down. However, be careful not to overcook your pork steaks as it will make them tough. Marinating thin cuts like steak also helps in making them tender, just like what we did in this recipe.

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Pork and potatoes are a match made in heaven! Try our recipe at home and you’ll discover the perfect savory and flavorful combination that’s sure to leave anyone feeling full for the rest of the day.
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