Cooking Thursday7:49 AM
I've been doing the Slow Cooking Thursday for so long now, years actually, and it's had a good run but I've noticed lately that everyone seems to be running out of crockpot recipes to share and I don't want to completely do away with the feature, so I thought it time to change it up a bit.
Cooking Thursday will now replace our weekly crockpot feature to include not only those recipes but also any kind you may wish to share......breakfast, main dishes, desserts etc.
So won't you join me and share with us one of your new recipes, or an old family favorite, you can even throw in a recipe for homemade soaps or detergents (just remember to specify).
For the guidelines, you can go here.
I'm sharing with you one of my favorite Portuguese foods, you can find them at restaurants and even carnivals and fairs. Easy to make and really good too.
Pork loin chops or pork cubed steaks (you need at least one for each person)
salt and pepper
Portuguese Rolls (or any other roll that is thick and doughy)
The whole trick to getting that wonderful taste is to marinate the meat for at least a whole day before you cook it. You can do it overnight or first thing in the morning so you can use it for dinner, the longer it sits in that marinade, the tastier it will be.
I roll mine up and put them in the tupperware bowl and then pour about 1/2 cup of white wine over. Cover it up and place it in the refrigerator.
When you're ready to cook, add some olive oil to a skillet and then add the pork steaks, top with some butter and fry until cooked through and nice and brown.
Once they're cooked, slice your bread rolls in half and then take them and dip them into the drippings in the pan.
You don't want to cover the bread, just get a little of that tasty sauce on them.
Slice the sandwiches in half and serve with some homemade fries or salad.