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post #81 of 93

Giving a little bump to this so others may run across it and try it.

 

My oldest son is in the Army and was home for block leave before deployment and I had some of these ready.  We sat in the backyard frying a few at a time as we ate them.

post #82 of 93
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Giving a little bump to this so others may run across it and try it.

My oldest son is in the Army and was home for block leave before deployment and I had some of these ready.  We sat in the backyard frying a few at a time as we ate them.

very cool! I for one appreciate your sons service to our country.

I introduced my daughter to them, now she looks for them often. She bought some and said mine were better because they were warm.......
post #83 of 93

Great thread and thanks for bumping it.On my to do list pork skin is easy to get here and cheap.

 

Dan 

post #84 of 93
I've read this several times and it still isn't clear to me if the skin was cured first. My mind tells me it would have to be in order to be dehydrated/dried out at a low temperature. Just wondering before I try. Don't want to send the family to the ER.
post #85 of 93
Not cured, raw skin is boiled for a couple hours which in effect cooks it and renders it safe to /dehydrate. Skin from any part of the hog will work also, if you have a ham, shoulder, picnic, or whole hog same process.
post #86 of 93
Thanks for the reply. I just wanted to make sure. I've got 24# of bellies cured and ready for the smoker. I skinned the belly before I cured it and figured on making some pork rinds out of the skin.
post #87 of 93
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by wvben View Post

I've read this several times and it still isn't clear to me if the skin was cured first. My mind tells me it would have to be in order to be dehydrated/dried out at a low temperature. Just wondering before I try. Don't want to send the family to the ER.

No it is not cured. As stated above boiling cooks it. However dehydrating also gets it to a safe temp as well low moisture. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

Happy smoken.

David

post #88 of 93

I have always wanted to try this but never knew the actual process to make the rinds, so this has helped me out a ton. thanks for all of the info guys.

 

I will be trying this soon.

post #89 of 93
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by swoodze View Post
 

I have always wanted to try this but never knew the actual process to make the rinds, so this has helped me out a ton. thanks for all of the info guys.

 

I will be trying this soon.

Everyone I know that has tried it love it. Let me know when you try it what you think.

Happy smoken.

David

post #90 of 93
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Everyone I know that has tried it love it. Let me know when you try it what you think.

Happy smoken.

David


David Thanks I have 2 Shoulder skins boiling now will update, when I get to do the frying 

post #91 of 93
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David Thanks I have 2 Shoulder skins boiling now will update, when I get to do the frying 

Richie Your going to love them. Remember to get your oil screaming hot but don't catch anything on fire. I look forward to seeing your results.

Happy smoken.

David

post #92 of 93
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Richie Your going to love them. Remember to get your oil screaming hot but don't catch anything on fire. I look forward to seeing your results.

Happy smoken.

David

This won't happen til after the snow melts, I'll use the side burner on the grill. They are cooling then in the fridge 

post #93 of 93

Had the fryer going last night for FF so I tossed a few pieces in.

 

fried for a few seconds

Salted they are great

Thanks David

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