By Eddy − On Wednesday, June 6, 2018, 5 years ago in Pork Recipes
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Portuguese Bifanas (Pork Steaks) Recipe


Serve these amazing Portuguese pork steaks (bifanas) on a bun or on a plate accompanied by a good salad and white rice.
Portuguese Bifanas (Pork Steaks) Recipe


Preparation time 15 min
Cooking Time 35 min
Ready In 50 min
Level of DifficultyEasy
Servings4

Ingredients

1 lb of finely sliced bifanas (pork steaks)1/2 cup of olive oil4 cloves of garlic1 onion1 tablespoon of paprikaSalt (to taste)Pepper (to taste)3 bay leaves3/4 cup of white wine3/4 cup of beer2 tablespoons of Port wine2 tablespoons of Worcestershire saucePepper flakes (to taste)Lemon juice (to taste)
1 lb of finely sliced bifanas (pork steaks)1/2 cup of olive oil4 cloves of garlic1 onion1 tablespoon of paprikaSalt (to taste)Pepper (to taste)3 bay leaves3/4 cup of white wine3/4 cup of beer2 tablespoons of Port wine2 tablespoons of Worcestershire saucePepper flakes (to taste)Lemon juice (to taste)
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Instructions

  1. Season the bifanas (steaks) with salt and pepper. 
  2. In a pot with the olive oil, saute the finely chopped onion.
  3. Add the crushed garlic, bay leaves, paprika and pepper (to taste).
  4. Add the white wine, port wine, beer, the Worcestershire sauce and add the bifanas.
  5. Cover the pan and cook for about 30 minutes on low heat.
  6. At the end, add the lemon juice and leave for another 5 minutes.
  7. Serve on Portuguese buns or on a plate accompanied by a good salad and white rice.
Recipe & Photo Credit: temperosdaiza.blogspot.pt

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