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  • Terissa Skinner-Ballantyne

Teriyaki Pork

Slow cooked and well seasoned pork slices, glazed with Teriyaki Sauce makes this recipe a perfect main dish. To make this, I usually use slices of pork chops or pork shoulder steaks/slices to obtain the perfect amount of fat to flesh ratio and to ensure a nice, well cooked piece of meat. You can have this with rice, noodles or vegetables but however you choose to pair this dish, I sincerely hope you enjoy.


2 12 oz Pork Shoulder slices

2 tbsp Green Seasoning


2 cups Teriyaki Sauce

1 tsp White Pepper

1/2 tsp Chili Flakes

2/3 tsp Salt

pinch Paprika

1/2 tsp Sesame Seeds (for garnish)


●Wash pork slices with lime/lemon or vinegar water to clean and cut freshness.

●Pat dry and place slices in dry bowl and season with green seasoning, paprika, white pepper, salt and chili flakes.Marinate for 30 mins or more.

●Preheat oven 350 F

●Oil a baking tray well and place slices on tray, cover tray with foil and place in oven for 40 mins covered.

●Uncover and baste with teriyaki sauce liberally on both sides. Set remaining sauce aside.

●Finish cooking for 10 mins on one side ensuring that you get a beautiful golden and slightly charred color and the flip and repeat on the other side for another 10 mins.

●Finally remove from oven brush lightly with remaining sauce then garnish with sesame seeds and herb of choice (I used parsley). However you choose to have this beautiful piece of meat I do hope you enjoy

Thanks so much for joining me for another session of Food Therapy. See you soon.❤

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