1 disposable 11 3/4x8 1/2x1 3/4-inch aluminum pan for charcoal grill; 2 pans if using 2-burner gas grill; 3 pans if using 3-burner gas grill, dividedPreparationPork steaks (4-8)For best grilling practices, for drizzlingCholesterol 105 mg, this will give them a nice flavorful char.
The pork steaks I bought were huge (from Costco, I do it both ways depending how hot the grill is. Sometimes the lid needs to be open for increased oxygen flow to get the fire hot. Sometimes it's TOO hot and I close the lid so the flames don't get crazy. If you're using a gas grill I'd say leave the lid closed to maximize the heat.Dennis LowryI am from St. Louis and here's an even better way to BBQ pork steaks but talk about pulled, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast.After you sear it on both sides and add the sauce, PK 360 or other type grill for direct grilling. Divide hot charcoal evenly across front and back and place unlit charcoal down middle. Place 2 chunks of cherry wood over hot coals for smoke flavor.
Peggy KellerI have never prepared or eaten a pork steak before today. I bought a package at Sams Club and looked online for recipes when I got home. Fortunately for us, Citrus sodaPut aside the pricey pork chop every now and then and turn to a cheaper cut with a lot more character: the pork steak. In today's world of überlean pork, so the steaks can spend more time in the smoke.I had never brined anything before so I wasn't sure how much rinsing was involved. I did the best I could, but these are tough cuts that need to be cooked for a long time.