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    Foodie’s VERY simple recipe crunchy pork crackling wows online

    Foodie’s VERY simple recipe for ‘crunchy’ pork crackling is dubbed the ‘perfect Sunday roast’ by thousands

    • A home cook has wowed online with his simple recipe for crunchy pork crackling
    • The foodie said you’ll need pork belly, table salt, olive oil and a pecan rub 
    • He detailed exactly how he makes dish on the barbecue for ‘crunchy crackle’  
    • Thousands were impressed with the dish and said they would try it themselves 

    A home cook has wowed online with his very simple recipe for crunchy pork crackling, and you only need a few household ingredients to replicate it for yourself.

    The foodie – who goes by the name Aussie Q BBQ – posted on TikTok, where he said you will need to get your hands on a boneless pork belly, some table salt, extra Virgin olive oil and a pecan rub for the meat.

    ‘This is how I do my perfect crackle that will crunch,’ Aussie Q posted alongside a video on how to make the pork. 

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    A home cook has wowed online with his very simple recipe for crunchy pork crackling, and you only need a few household ingredients to replicate it for yourself (the finished results pictured)

    To make the crackling, he first recommends that you pat your pork belly dry with a piece of kitchen towel, before leaving it to dry out in the fridge overnight covered in salt (pictured)

    To make the crackling, he first recommends that you pat your pork belly dry with a piece of kitchen towel, before leaving it to dry out in the fridge overnight covered in salt (pictured)

    To make the crackling, he first recommends that you pat your pork belly dry with a piece of kitchen towel, before leaving it to dry out in the fridge overnight covered in salt (pictured)

    To make the crackling, he first recommends that you pat your pork belly dry with a piece of kitchen towel. 

    Then, add a generous amount of table salt to the meat and pop it on top of a wire rack inside your fridge, before leaving the meat to infuse overnight.

    A salt rub ensures that the skin dries out, which is key to making the pork and crackling crispy. 

    ‘It’s why butchers hang their meat in the fridge as it will yield a better result,’ Aussie Q wrote. 

    Once you remove it from the fridge the next day, douse your pork belly with boiling water to get rid of any excess salt, add extra Virgin olive oil and your favourite meat rub (pictured)

    Once you remove it from the fridge the next day, douse your pork belly with boiling water to get rid of any excess salt, add extra Virgin olive oil and your favourite meat rub (pictured)

    Once you remove it from the fridge the next day, douse your pork belly with boiling water to get rid of any excess salt, add extra Virgin olive oil and your favourite meat rub (pictured)

    Once you remove it from the fridge the next day, douse your pork belly with boiling water to get rid of any excess salt.

    Then, add a generous coating of extra Virgin olive oil, massage it into the meat and sprinkle over your favourite rub.

    ‘I normally use my own Aussie Q white meat rub, but for this cook it was Lanes Maple pecan rub, which is a nice rub for pork,’ he said.  

    Then, you’re ready for the cooking process.

    Thousands were impressed with the results and said the pork looks like the 'perfect Sunday roast' (pictured)

    Thousands were impressed with the results and said the pork looks like the ‘perfect Sunday roast’ (pictured)

    When it comes to cooking, Aussie Q recommends around 70-80 minutes in the oven or on your barbecue at 180 degrees Celsius.

    He cooked it on his barbecue and said an internal food thermometer is key: 

    ‘Always rely on your food thermometer to gauge how done something is,’ he posted.

    ‘I then reduce the temperature to around 170 degrees Celsius when it starts to get crisp.

    Finally, rest the meat just before serving for at least 10 minutes to allow all the juices to thoroughly absorb.

    How to make the perfect pork crackling

    INGREDIENTS

    The foodie shared his simple pork crackling recipe online (pictured)

    The foodie shared his simple pork crackling recipe online (pictured)

    One pork belly

    Extra Virgin olive oil

    Table salt 

    Pecan rub

    METHOD

    1. Pat the pork belly dry with a piece of kitchen towel.

    2. Add a generous amount of table salt to the meat and pop it on top of a wire rack inside your fridge, before leaving the meat to infuse overnight.

    3. Once you remove it from the fridge the next day, douse your pork belly with boiling water to get rid of any excess salt.

    4. Then, add a generous coating of extra Virgin olive oil, massage it into the meat and sprinkle over your favourite rub, like a pecan rub.

    5. Put it in the oven or on your barbecue at 180 degrees Celsius for 70-80 minutes. Keep an eye on the temperature with an internal thermometer.

    6. Reduce the temperature to around 170 degrees Celsius when it starts to get crispy.

    7. Remove the meat and let it sit for 5-10 minutes to allow all of the juices to absorb.

    8. Serve with potatoes and greens hot.

    Source: Aussie Q BBQ 

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    Thousands who saw the recipe online were impressed with the results, writing comments like ‘my mouth is drooling’ and ‘this looks delicious’.

    ‘I am going to buy pork right now,’ one commenter posted.

    ‘Now that’s a Sunday roast,’ another added.

    Some shared their own pork tips, including adding a little sugar to the rub just before you take your pork out to create ‘the perfect balance of saltiness and sweetness’. 

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