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Chicken Crackling


Alfred E. Neuman

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Alfred E. Neuman

12hour brine 

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Boil in salty water til it evaporates removing foam alsoIMG_20180216_182302.thumb.jpg.766039a0661ad3d438fc53c9a400ee1f.jpgIMG_20180216_185045.thumb.jpg.c5f72b8676eca95910393b935d84cfbf.jpg

Yum:

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Check out the extracted chicken oil, I use them for fried rice/chicken stock etc..

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Looks delicious

 

Chicken cracklings is skin right?

 

 

 

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Alfred E. Neuman
19 hours ago, Enuff said:

Looks delicious

 

Chicken cracklings is skin right?

 

 

 

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Yeah, sold as chicken fat in the supermarkets neck and rump parts.

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Loved the flavored pork ones  - anyone who says they can eat just one cup is lying :evan:

 
 
 

 

 
 
 

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Amount:  1 cup
 
Nutrition Facts
 
Amount Per Serving
Calories
524.2
Calories from Fat
403.3
 
Fat
44.8
g
69
%
Saturated Fat
15.9
g
79
%
Polyunsaturated Fat
5.3
g
 
Monounsaturated Fat
21.6
g
 
Cholesterol
77.4
mg
26
%
Sodium
1,452.4
mg
61
%
Potassium
442.3
mg
13
%
Carbohydrate
0.54
g
0
%
Dietary Fiber
0.0
g
0
%
Protein
27.7
g
55
%

 

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Richard K

One of the things I was surprised at when I first got here was the kiosk's in the mall that sold all different kinds of fried up skin...different flavored pork, chicken and fish skin  all fried up crispy...
The bagged pork rinds in the states are weak by comparison...somewhat porky tasting chemicals on a puffy air.

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3 minutes ago, Richard K said:

One of the things I was surprised at when I first got here was the kiosk's in the mall that sold all different kinds of fried up skin...different flavored pork, chicken and fish skin  all fried up crispy...
The bagged pork rinds in the states are weak by comparison...somewhat porky tasting chemicals on a puffy air.

Never ate any  up north - Tennessee, N. Carolina, S. Carolina - like BBQ sauce each had their own versions  - ALL good

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4 minutes ago, lamoe said:

Never ate any  up north - Tennessee, N. Carolina, S. Carolina - like BBQ sauce each had their own versions  - ALL good

yeah... I have had the real deal. I went to the N. Carolina state fair years ago and while down there stopped at the Smithfield farms outlet... bought some in a greasy paper bag still hot... they were awesome... that is owned by a Chinese firm now 
At the fair I had a big platter of the best fried green tomatoes I ever had in my life...can't beat southern fair food

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4 minutes ago, Richard K said:

yeah... I have had the real deal. I went to the N. Carolina state fair years ago and while down there stopped at the Smithfield farms outlet... bought some in a greasy paper bag still hot... they were awesome... that is owned by a Chinese firm now 
At the fair I had a big platter of the best fried green tomatoes I ever had in my life...can't beat southern fair food

Getting off topic - best fried green tomatoes for me were at the "Whistle Stop" cafe  - yep the same one from the movie

I will match the deep rich flavors of true Southern Cooking against any I've had in any country.

Most haute cuisine  doesn't have a satisfying chew factor for me.

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