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Bourbon and Peach Braised Pork Shoulder Steaks

Flavorful, Tender Pork Shoulder Steaks – Easy and Delicious!

Shoulder steaks in the panPork shoulder steaks – also known as blade steaks – are a cut of pork which you may not normally see in your supermarket unless you specifically ask your butcher for them. It’s an inexpensive cut of meat from a section of the pig often de-boned to make a roast for slow-cooking, ground up for chop meat or cubed for stewing. Typically it either needs to be marinated and grilled quickly or slow-cooked until tender, as anywhere in between those two approaches and the meat will become very tough.

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More creations with pork: Bourbon and Peach Braised Shoulder Steaks

So once again I am continuing my quest to find the perfect way to cook pork shoulder steaks. And I think I’ve found my favorite one to date: braising them in a delicious mixture of bourbon and red wine, then finishing off with some sweet local peach preserves.

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