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.
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.
Next Week Or So … Something along the same line or something current …
This meal is one that I haven’t cooked for many, many years. When the main dish is nearly ready for presentation, I start the side dishes. Steamed California style vegetables prove to be an excellent side dish …
Next a sectioned Sweet Onion is topped with a package of Artificial Sweetener, Cinnamon Sugar and Real Butter. It is then microwaved to perfection …
The main dish is Two Day Pork Spare Ribs which are slow boiled for a day, chilled overnight, and then slow baked under an aluminum foil tent at 200 degrees for eight hours. Every hour during the baking, the ribs are generously basted with melted butter.
Tender Sweet Onion with Cinnamon Sugar
Green Veggies, Sweet Onion and fall off the bone Pork Spare Ribs. Describing the incredible taste isn’t possible.
This meal is going to be repeated over and over again …