GRILLED PORK SHOULDER STEAK

Grilled pork shoulder steaks will be a new go-to recipe for your summer grilling rotation.  Simply let the steak marinate in a dry rub of garlic salt, paprika, brown sugar, and black pepper for 15 minutes, and grill.  The result is a tender, pork steak full of flavor that the whole family will enjoy.

Grilled pork shoulder steaks will be a new go-to recipe for your summer grilling rotation. Simply let the steak marinate in a dry rub of garlic salt, paprika, brown sugar, and black pepper for 15 minutes, and grill. The result is a tender, pork steak full of flavor that the whole family will enjoy.

Nothing screams summer like grilling!  In fact, the majority of our summer cooking is on the grill or in the smoker.  It is very common for our family to eat steak one night, hamburgers another, chicken breasts, pork chops, salmon, etc. each night of the week.

We pair our protein with a favorite summer vegetable or salad such as Old Fashioned Pea SaladCheesy Summer Squash and Zucchini Casserole, or Campfire Potatoes.

This spring, we bought half a pig from a friend to stock our freezer. When it’s cold, I cook pork steak in the oven using my Mom’s recipe, or I make Mom’s Pork Ribs in the Instant Pot; however, I wanted to find a new way to eat pork steak during the summer months. Adding a dry rub to pork shoulder steaks is an easy way to make a big impact on flavor.

GRILLED PORK SHOULDER STEAK

This grilled recipe will not disappoint, and you don’t have to worry about heating up the kitchen.

Using a dry rub is a quick way to season your cut of meat.  Pork shoulder steaks tend to be cut pretty thin; ours are about 1/2 inch thick.  It doesn’t take long (only about 15 minutes) for the dry rub to work its magic. If you have your pork steaks thawed out, you could be ready to grill in less than 20 minutes. Talk about a quick weeknight meal!

This dry rub recipe consists of only 4 ingredients that are most likely already in your cabinet–garlic salt, paprika, brown sugar and black pepper.

The trick for a tender steak is to not overcook it. Once you pull it off the grill, cover with foil and let it rest so the juices redistribute back into the meat. This recipe was so delicious that my children demolished the steaks, leaving mom (me) only one bite of meat.

Grilled pork shoulder steaks will be a new go-to recipe for your summer grilling rotation. Simply let the steak marinate in a dry rub of garlic salt, paprika, brown sugar, and black pepper for 15 minutes, and grill. The result is a tender, pork steak full of flavor that the whole family will enjoy.

HOW TO MAKE GRILLED PORK STEAK:

Full recipe can be found at the bottom of this post.

Make a dry rub by mixing garlic salt, paprika, brown sugar and black pepper in a small bowl.  Using your hands, rub the pork shoulder steaks with all the seasoning on all sides. Let sit for a minimum of 15 minutes.  Grill to your liking.  Do not overcook.  Be sure to let the meat sit, covered with foil for approximately 5 minutes before serving to keep juicy.

Grilled pork shoulder steaks will be a new go-to recipe for your summer grilling rotation. Simply let the steak marinate in a dry rub of garlic salt, paprika, brown sugar, and black pepper for 15 minutes, and grill. The result is a tender, pork steak full of flavor that the whole family will enjoy.

Easy Grilled Pork Shoulder SteakPrep Time15 minsCook Time10 minsTotal Time25 mins 

Grilled pork shoulder steaks will be a new go-to recipe for your summer grilling rotation.  Marinate in garlic salt, paprika, brown sugar, and black pepper for 15 minutes, and grill.  The result is a tender, pork steak full of flavor that the whole family will enjoy. Course: Entree, Main CourseCuisine: AmericanKeyword: Grilled Pork Shoulder Steak, Marinaded Pork Shoulder Steak, Pork SteaksServings: 2 steaksAuthor: BarbaraIngredients

  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon paprika
  • 1/2 teaspoon brown sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
  • Pork Shoulder Steak

    220.00 / kgAdd to cart

Instructions

  1. Mix together garlic salt, paprika, brown sugar and black pepper.
  2. Rub seasoning mixture into both sides of the thawed pork steak.
  3. Let the steaks dry marinate for minimum 15 minutes.
  4. Heat the grill to high heat.
  5. For a grill with a temperature around 500, grill on each side for 2 minutes. For a grill whose temperature is closer to 400, grill for approximately 4 minutes per side.
  6. Remove from grill, and cover with foil for 5 to 10 mintues before eating or cutting.

Source: Theseoldcookbooks

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