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Post  daydreamer on Sun 2 Jan - 20:54

hi I have cooked pork many times but I can't seem to get the crackling crispy (I hate it but my hubby loves it) can any one help please please


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Post  Reeta on Sun 2 Jan - 21:28

Hi Daydreamer

you will find tips here regarding pork crackling

Hope this helps



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Post  hummingbird on Mon 3 Jan - 16:05

Hi Daydreamer To get good crackling try this method..... Wipe pork dry night before you are using it sprinkle salt over top leave in fridge over night cook as normal at the end of cooking time whilst meat rests cut crackling of if need put back into oven at highest temperture for about 10mins you should have crunchy crackling Good Luck


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Post  daydreamer on Tue 4 Jan - 9:43

Thanks Reeta will try that one will ley you know how I get on with it doing Pork next sunday when the family comes for lunch


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Post  davidbradley on Wed 5 Jan - 11:18

The best way to get fantastic crackling starts in the supermarket.

When you look at the joints, make sure the skin is not to soft, it needs to be firm, and not to pliable

get it home, and score with a sharpe stanley knife, Box cutter if your american.

Rub sea salt into the cuts, and place in the fridge.

This is 100% perfect


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