Here's my take on Salisbury steak. I saw a sale on thin cut pork chops and I decided to do some comfort food with them. I usually make this dish using apples and pork medallions, which is easier, since you don't have to cut around chops.
1 pack of chops, thin cut or pork medallions, trim fat.
1/2 onion sliced thin
1/4 c of flour + 2 TBSP
2 cups of chicken stock
1 cup of water
1/4 stick of butter
2 tsp of oil
1 tsp of tyme
1 tsp of seasoning salt
1 tsp of soy sauce
1 tsp of garlic powder
Salt and pepper
1. After you have cut medallions or chops. Season with 2 TBSP of flour and all other spices. Let marinate for 30 mins to 1 hr.
2. Add 1 tsp of oil and medium high heat sear the pork bites. Just get a nice sear and brown meat. Do not overcook. After, you have brown meat, place in a bowl to rest.
3. Add oil, then add onions and saute veggies until soft and transparent.
4. Move onions to side of pan, add butter and remaining flour, make a roux, by mixing flour and butter together. Cook of flour and slowly add chicken stock. Mix in onions and make sure sauce is not lumpy.
5. If sauce is too thick, add water slowly, to desired consistency.
6. Add pork bites, cover and shimmer in gravy for additional 3-5 mins. Turn of heat.
7. Serve atop mash potatoes.