Viking Pork

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Transform a dull pork steak into a delicious dinner with a tangy cheese-and-onion topping. Super quick and easy to make, this country-pub inspired classic will quickly become a family favourite! We’re not sure where the Viking name originated, but we think it describes the bold and tangy flavours in this dish, so we kept the name anyway!

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Viking Pork

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You could add a pinch of chilli flakes or a dash of hot sauce to the cheese mix if you like things spicy

Wow, this recipe is a game changer. Pork at its best.
Wow. I had been meaning to try this, and my goodness it did not disappoint! I cooked the chops in the airfryer, added the cheesy mixture, it looked magnificent and the taste stood up to its looks. Now a family favourite, thanks PON x
Delicious and easy!
I used a leek instead of an onion for a milder taste and that’s what I had in the fridge! I often find pork steaks a bit chewy or dry but these were so juicy! I served with baby potatoes and lots of veg which made it a filling meal for 4.
This is my tea tonight with jacket and beans
I really enjoy this, I do use onion powder instead of onion as it goes smoother on the pork. Really nice with a jacket and beans.
Pork On A Whole New Level
Lots of cheese which is so delicious. Could even use less cheese if you are on a strict diet. But I absolutely loved it and was really filling.
Oh my days! This is absolutely stunning! So easy to make. Mine is served with sprouts (yum!yum!) and air fryer roast potatoes, they are sooo good 😊 I will definitely be making this again……..soon!
Like a bit of spice?
Add an extra "glug" of Worcestershire Sauce (we can't get Henderson's Relish round these parts) to give it a bit more spice. It goes so well with the melted cheese and fried onions.
Full of flavour, absolutely delicious and easy to make.
As I was already using the oven I used the oven, not the grill, to cook the pork and the topping on the pork steaks.
Absolutely delicious
Served with lots of steamed veg and roasted parsnips and carrots.

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‘One of the best recipes to make. Husband wants me to make it every week which I'm happy to do so with different accompaniments’

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CarolbSunday 15th January 2023

I want to make viking pork just for 1 but can’t find how to


    HollyThursday 19th January 2023

    Hey Carol, the recipe serves 4 so you just need to divide the recipe in half and half again to get one portion. Hope that helps!


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