Pork Steaks in Creamy Pepper Sauce

Submitted by Paulene Christie

Pork Steaks in Creamy Pepper Sauce

4.50 from 2 votes
Serving: 4
Prep Time 15 mins
Cook Time 2 hrs
Total Time 2 hrs 15 mins
Servings 4

Ingredients
 

  • 800g thin pork schnitzel/minute steaks (approx. 12)
  • 1 small onion fine diced
  • 300ml cooking cream
  • 2 tsp beef stock powder
  • 1T minced garlic
  • 1 x 55g can green pepper corns, drained
  • 2T cornflour with 2T water, made into slurry, to add only at end if thickening required

Instructions
 

  • Place pork steaks in slow cooker and top with diced onion
  • Combine all other ingredients except cornflour and pour over
  • Mix around to coat steaks in sauce
  • Cook on high for 2hrs, adding cornflour slurry in the final 15mins to thicken

Notes

  • These are very thin schnitzel style pork steaks. If you use a thicker pork chop or steak you may need to increase cooking time to ensure they thoroughly cooked through (around 5hrs for thick chops)
  • Canned peppercorns aren't overly hot, so the recipe is suited for children also, but if they really don't like them they can easily pick them out like my littlest one did 🙂
  • This recipe can also be found in our 'Slow Cooker Central FAMILY FAVOURITES' book - available at the SHOP page of this website 🙂
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4 thoughts on “Pork Steaks in Creamy Pepper Sauce”

  1. I substituted the pork for chicken breast steaks and used chicken stock powder instead of beef…it was delicious. Such a versatile recipe. We loved it

  2. This meal is absolutely beautiful! I used pork chops and cooked them on low for 5 hours. The meat was falling off the bone and the flavour was different to anything we have tried. The green peppercorns are beautiful and I would definitely try this with chicken. Yum!

  3. 4 stars
    Made this with 4 small pork steaks. Halved the sauce ingredients as there is only 2 of us. Questimated the peppercorns. Cooked on low for 4 hours. About 3/4 to 1/2 hour toward the end thickened with (goldenfry) gravy granules (2-3 tsp for half the recipe) instead of cornflour. Gave it more depth and a gravy like appearance. Versatile sauce for any meat.

  4. 5 stars
    after coming across this recipe, I just had to try it. I had never seen green pepper corns on the shelf until I looked. I loved the flavour and have this monthly now.

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