If you’ve never had a grilled pork steak, you’re in for a real treat! Brush an extra layer of bbq sauce before serving and it’ll be an instant grilling hit!
This tender grilled pork steak recipe is super fantastic and the texture is outstanding. Pork steaks are usually more inexpensive when compared to beef steaks and always super juicy. These pork steaks are cut from a large 3-4 pound pork butt or also known as pork shoulder or boston butt. The meat to fat ratio is great and that’s what gives these pork steaks their juicy and tender bite. Often times regular loin cut pork chops can be dry and tough when cooked on the bbq, but the marbled fat in these pork shoulder steaks keeps the meat extra tender, juicy and super flavorful! Add your favorite marinade and then brush on some extra bbq sauce before you serve these pork steak and everyone will be surprised at how delicious and tender a grilled pork steak can be. You can usually find pork shoulder steak pre-cut in your grocery store or butcher. If not, just buy a whole pork shoulder (pork butt, boston butt) and slice then to your preferred thickness. They’ll be the hit at your next bbq or grilling party and it’s a great way to have pork that’s super juicy. No more dry grilled pork chops! You’ll be obsessed with how great these grilled pork steak taste. Click Here or more –> Grilling Recipes or BBQ recipes.
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You can buy pork steaks often labeled as pork blade steaks, or pork shoulder steaks. Or you can buy a whole pork butt/pork shoulder and slice those into the steaks.
Due to the well-marbled nature of pork shoulder, don’t have your grill too hot or else you’ll be fighting flare-ups constantly. For most of the gas grills we cook on, we’ll cook on medium, sometimes creeping closer to medium-high. We want to cook as hot as we can without heavy flare-ups. A little here and there is fine, but the flare-up should only last for a few seconds. If it last longer, we’ll move the steaks to a empty section of the grill until it calms down.
In bowl combine oil, garlic, soy sauce, onion powder, brown sugar, salt and black pepper. Add pork steaks and coat them evenly in the marinade.
Cover the bowl and marinate pork for at least 30 minutes or up to overnight.
- Pre-heat grill on medium heat *see head note. Scrape the grill grates to make sure they are clean.
- Cook steaks for 6-10 minutes per side or until nicely charred and cooked through (turning the pork steaks several times every couple minutes will actually help cook them quicker and more evenly-it just needs more attention which isn’t a bad thing considering the flare-up nature of the pork steaks).
- Serve hot and scrumptious straight up, or for sandwiches, on rice etc…