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I have found a asain market and can get the bellies for about $2.00 per lb I have seen them as high as $3.00 per lb as well.
I am sure that the leaner met would taste just as good but rember fat equal flavour and the fat may help keep the met moi…
2 cups brown sugar
1 cup kosher salt
2 tbsp black pepper
1 1/2 tbsp curing salt
1/2 cup maple syrup
Mix all dry ingredients and rub on pork bellies
Wrap in plastic wrap and turn bellies daily and rewrap
Repeat for 7 days
Here is my original post of the recipe
Also on my blog I have my first attempt of making bacon there
My last batch of bacon turned out pretty good I didn't find it to salty at all. So far with this batch the color is looking better I think that I will stick to the curing salt. As far as the sugar I am just experimenting i have found the bellies for…
I have done some whole trout. I used a salt water and old bay seasoning as a brine for about an hour or so. They turned out quite tasty. I have been looking for my recipe to give but I am having trouble locating it.
If I remeber correctly it w…
I am not trying to hide anything of make money from anyone. My blog is free to look at subscribe, comment and such. Sometimes posting I one spot makes my life easier I am not disrespecting anyone if you want the recipe without going to my blog I wou…
Not only sugar and salts, no curing agents. Read this recipe in Grilled magazine. If I remember correctly you only need to use the curing agents if you are going to be eating the meat once it comes off the smoker, with the bacon it will be cooked …