Classic doesn’t have to mean dull. Ok, pork steak may be nothing new to many of you, but we’re sure it goes very well with veggies and a creamy sauce. Therefore, we cooked leeks and mushrooms in heavy cream until we got the needed texture. At one moment in the process, we mixed the cooked steaks in there, too.
You deserve to treat yourself! How about spoiling yourself with a huge T-bone steak? Fry it medium rare in a skillet. Serve it with a simple side dish made with leeks fried in butter. It takes less than 20 minutes and you’ll have a firework show of flavors.
This dish puts together tender, delicious cuts of pork, next to flavorful sauteed leeks. It’s something simple and easy to make, that you can cook up for dinner. It’s ready in around 20 minutes, and it’s got lots of delicious flavors that come along with it.