Begin by making the marinade.
Whisk together the canola oil, citrus juice, garlic, fresh herbs, salt and pepper in a medium to large sized bowl to combine together.
Then, place the pork steaks gently into the marinade, turning them over to evenly coat them with the mixture.
Next you will want to cover the bowl with either a lid or tin foil and refrigerate for 30-40 minutes.
This is a step that cannot be rushed, so you always want to ensure you have plenty of time set aside for the process.
After that, you should preheat the grill on high heat (about 450 degrees F) ten minutes prior to use.
This step can be done while the meat is covered in the fridge.
Next, take the steaks out of the marinade and discard the marinade, it is no longer needed for the recipe.
Grill the steaks on one side over the high heat for about 3 minutes.
Then, turn the steaks over to the other side and grill for an additional 3 minutes or until the internal temperature registers 145 degrees F. This step is where a digital thermometer comes in handy.
Charts can be used as well, but for beginner grillers, it is best to be certain to make sure the steaks are safe to consume.
Simply insert the thermometer into the thickest part of the steak without touching any of the bone.
The last part is easy; transfer the pork steaks to a clean platter or serving dish and allow to rest for four to five minutes prior to serving.
It is that simple! These delicious pork steaks are now ready to eat with your favorite side dishes.
Recommended side dishes for pork steaks include Brussel sprouts, scalloped potatoes, butterbeans, creamed corn, or potato salad.
Others like to keep it very traditional with side choices like mashed potatoes, green beans, or mixed vegetables.
Of course the options are limitless and you can figure out what you think goes best with your grilled steaks.