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    What do you do with pork back fat?

    I saw some pork back fat at the store and was wondering what you use it for.

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    score the top, rub in some salt, bake it on high/full wack for about 30 min then another hour or so (depending how large a peice it is) at about 180C....
    Gobble up all that delish Crackling (& if your feeling nice, share with hubby)
    Every time I hear the dirty word 'exercise', I wash my mouth out with chocolate.

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    put it on top of your brisket or roast to add fat and flavor and juiciness, especially if it is smoked. Cook beef and/or veggies in it. Or potato chips.

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    I'm assuming you make pork rinds with it??
    Danni

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    I use it for rendering lard and making pork rinds.

    I'm gonna crumple up my rinds next time and use them in place of breading/breadcrumbs.

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    score the top, rub in some salt

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    Use the fat for tonkotsu soup!

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    Oh man -- southerners couldn't make good turnip greens without fat back!
    Google some recipes! Very primal!

    Also, look for streak-o-lean
    Last edited by Chatty; 05-07-2012 at 07:44 AM.

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    Chop it up and bake it. Pour off the rendered lard to cook with separately, or to add to to tea and coffee as a milk substitute. Once the flow tails off take out of the oven and enjoy delicious pork scratchings!

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    I'd eat it

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