These quick and easy pork loin steaks with fried potatoes will satisfy even the biggest hunger. A perfect recipe for allowing all the flavours of the pork to resonate through the entire dish.
I was looking for something slightly more complicated to cook in my new cast iron griddle pan than hot cheese sandwiches and various meats. I followed this recipe, but used new potatoes rather than normal ones. It was absolutely amazing, and the first thing I have ever cooked that tasted 'restaurant quality.' I don't know if it was the pan or the oven stage at the end, but it gets my highest recommendation. Also, you can omit the pork and it becomes a wonderful potato side dish. If you're doing that, I recommend adding a bit of butter when frying the potatoes. - 18 Jun 2013
So the wife was away and I needed to use some pork steaks to feed the kids. I wanted something simple and quick. Well it is simple, but not quick. However the kids and I loved it! In fact I've made it twice in one week due to requests! The portions aren't that big though, so my advice...get more steaks and cut more potatoes. Yum! - 15 Aug 2015
Am in the process of making this using tinned potatoes, 1/2 an onion and no flour didn't have any in, dried the potatoes though with tea towel, can see how it might be greasy for some so watch the oil amount when adding the onions to the chops, back soon with the verdict Well first of all was disappointed that the fat on the chops wasn't crispy but realise that's not how this recipe works.. apart from that it was fab there were so many flavours.. I used salt and mixed herbs as seasoning.. potatoes were great but would like to use 'normal' potatoes next time to compare, but for speed tinned are great sliced, it was surprisingly filling and I didn't bother to make any accompaniments. I suspect I will be living on this for the next few weeks lol as its the FIRST time my chops don't taste like cardboard!! - 21 Nov 2015