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Old 12-02-2017, 06:03 PM
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Default Chicharonne recipe.

My wife wants me to fix chicharonnes for christmas. Does anybody have a good, simple recipe?
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Hi lobo!

Good to see you!

The only times I've made chicharones were when I've bought a fresh pork shoulder.

I removed the rind with most of the fat underneath it. Cut it into squares and placed them in a foiled pan. Slow roasted in a 250-300 oven until a lot of the fat has rendered out and the cracklings are crispy. Sprinkle with salt.

Heaven on a plate! People gobble them up!

Now, I have to tell you - the rinds are quite hard and chewy. If you fix them this way, you may want to trim the rind off and just go with the chunks of fat.

Some people fry them to render out the fat.

Another way is to get some pork belly, but the only belly I can get around here is fairly meaty.

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Default Re: Chicharonne recipe.

Well, I'm really late, but there are also these kind of chicharrones. https://food52.com/blog/12118-how-to...rrones-at-home

I think skinning the pork belly and making the above, then using the skin to make these would be porky goodness heaven. There is no comparison between fresh made pork skin chicharrones and those things that come in a bag at the grocery.
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