Very Thick Pork Chop Steak

Usually a thick slice of meat ends up very dry. My way of cooking made it very juicy!


Pork loin
300 g
1 clove
Vegetable oil
50 ml
5 g
1 teaspoon
1 tablespoon
Red wine
120 ml
Salt and pepper
to taste


1. Grate the onion and garlic and mix together. Marinate the pork with the mixture and leave to sit for a least 30 minutes.
2. Remove the grated onion and garlic from the pork and pat dry. Place the pork with 50 ml of vegetable oil in a resealable bag. Squeeze out the excess air.
3. Mix the marinade onion and garlic, ketchup and sugar to make a sauce.
4. Place the pork bag in water in a pan heated to 70-75 ˚C. Leave to sit for 30 minutes. Maintain the temperature during this time.
5. Remove the pork from the bag after the designated time.
6. Melt the butter in a frying pan. Brown both sides of the meat quickly over a high heat. Cook each side for 1 minute.
7. Remove the pork from the frying pan. Add the red wine to the empty frying pan and cook off the alcohol.
8. After the alcohol has evaporated, add the onion, sugar and ketchup mixture and continue to cook for a short while.
9. Pour a generous amount of the sauce over the pork and serve!

Story Behind this Recipe

I saw a comic book called 'Cookin' Papa' and I found a Chaliapin steak. I recreated a similar steak! (Recipe ID: 2300605)