Mustard Pork Shoulder with Green Salad

Mustard Pork Shoulder Steak with Green Salad
  • Prep Time
    10 mins
  • Cook Time
    10 mins
  • Serving
    2
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Mustard Pork Shoulder with Green Salad

Although grilling is not tied to the weather, marinated meats can be prepared either on the grill outside or in a pan indoors, yet as the weather begins to become more pleasant, more and more people are thinking of a good grill. The success of grilling, on the other hand, always depends primarily on marinade. Mustard cannot spoil the meat and goes well with pork. In addition, the mustard keeps the spices on the meat during frying.

I smear the mustard directly on the meat to quickly soften the meat. The vinegar component in mustard is intense enough to work as an excellent tenderizes the proteins. With this method, you can fry the meat after waiting up to 5-10 minutes. If you suddenly need to prepare an unplanned dinner either for guests or even just for yourself because you’re hungry, this Mustard Pork Shoulder with Green Salad is a good choice.

Mustard Pork Shoulder with Green Salad

The marinade made with mustard is a real classic, which you can make with garlic and spices even more exciting, but never use more than 2-3 kinds of spices because you only get a taste orgy.

 

The Secret of Delicious and Soft Grilled Meat

1.) Never use salt for marinating as it will harden the meat.
2.) It is worth resting the meat in the marinade for a few hours (better for overnight) to make it even juicier and softer.
3.) Always add an acidic flavor to the marinate, such as red wine, mustard, or lemon juice to help complete the flavors.

The Serving

Green salad mix is always the best choice for garnish.  I like the spring salad mix the most.  It has the least carbohydrates and the most fiber.  Rich in vitamins and minerals, for example, the content of vitamins A and K is very high, which are very important needs of our body.  You can add onions, cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers to taste and be sure to add avocado in it.  For salad dressing can be sprinkled with extra virgin olive or avocado oil, freshly squeezed lemon juice and/or 5-10% vinegar.  I like to sprinkle with the lard in which I fried the meat, as also  has in it the flavor of spices.

Mustard Pork Shoulder with Green Salad

You can serve the grilled or fried meat either topped with the salad mix loosely and then mixed with the salad, or just elegantly as if it had been served in a restaurant.

Mustard Pork Shoulder with Green Salad

Ingredients

Mustard Pork Shoulder

Nutrition

2 slices of Mustard Pork Shoulder (without salad)

  • Daily Value*
  • Calories: 740
    37 %
  • Fat: 50 g
    30 %
  • Carbs: 0 g
  • Fiber: 0 g
  • Sugar: 0 g
  • Protein: 23 g
  • Sodium: 197 mg
    8.6 %
  • Potassium: 834 mg
    24 %

    Directions

    Step 1
    Mustard Pork Shoulder with Green Salad

    Tenderize your meat slices. (Be sure to do this if you fry the meat in a pan, or you don’t want to leave the meat to mature in the marinade for more hours.)

    Step 2
    Mustard Pork Shoulder with Green Salad

    Grease the meat with mustard (both sides).

    Step 3
    Mustard Pork Shoulder with Green Salad

    Sprinkle with ground pepper, garlic powder and red pepper to taste, then allow to mature for 10-15 minutes (maximum 24 hours).

    Step 4
    Mustard Pork Shoulder with Green Salad

    Heat the lard and fry both sides of the meat in it.

    Step 5
    Mustard Pork Shoulder with Green Salad

    When the meat is roasted, put it on a board and let it rest for a few minutes.

    Step 6
    Mustard Pork Shoulder with Green Salad

    Finally, cut into strips and serve with the salad.

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