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The Old Guy … Cooking Something Different … Pork Steak w/Gravy & Sweet Potatoes …

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Peeled and quartered Sweet Potatoes are slow boiled until tender. They are then transferred into a baking dish for final oven cooking.

The sow boiled Sweet Potatoes are covered with Cinnamon Sugar and butter and baked for two hours at three hundred fifty degrees. I reduced the heat to two hundred fifty degrees an hour before serving. This kept the dish at a good serving temperature.

A nice cut of Pork Steak is flour dusted and pan fried. Length of cooking time depends on thickness.

Assembly … Fresh Sweet Corn buttered w/salt & pepper w/Buttered Slow Baked Sweet Potatoes

With or Without Gravy. Pan Fried Pork Steak is hard to turn down.

Plated the way I like it. Pan Fried Pork Steak w/Homemade Gravy, Baked Sweet Potatoes w/Real Butter and Cinnamon Sugar and Fresh Corn-on-the-cob.

Words don’t due justice to how good this meal tastes. Tender Pork Steak and Sweet Potatoes work together splendidly. The Sweet Corn was tender and memorable. All-in-All a grand meal soon to be repeated.

 

 

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Author: geezer94

I was told by my grandfather that if you are destined to hang you'll never drown. I have never been afraid of water . . .

15 thoughts on “The Old Guy … Cooking Something Different … Pork Steak w/Gravy & Sweet Potatoes …

  1. Now that’s fown home cooking!

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  2. Amazing, G! Now I’m hungry…. 🙂

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  3. Looks good, but you need some green veggies in there! JMO.

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  4. Way to take sweet potatoes to another level of sweet! 😉 Looks like a delicious meal – enjoy the leftovers too!

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  5. I love sweet potatoes! What a fantastic meal!

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  6. I’m not crazy about sweet potatoes but really like pork and corn on the cob. Looks like a delicious meal.

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