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Planning on doing a pork belly for a BBQ. Any recommendations? I have slow roasted pork belly in the past but I was thinking of maybe hot smo

Has anyone had experience brining prior to cooking?

asked by Rascal over 5 years ago

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added over 5 years ago

Pork belly benefits from slow cooking, because it breaks down the tough collagen in the belly to be delicious and gelatinous instead of chewy.

You might try smoking the belly over 3 or 4 hours, then cranking up the heat to get a crisp exterior at the end.

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