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Help: Need help making it moist.

Tanchi Avatar
7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
Hi All,

Need help.. im cooking Pork belly chops (yum) however when ever i cook pork chops or belly strips they always go dry and horrible.

I cook them on a low heat (using gas) for around 20mins or so they look alright, both side go brown etc however there always dry.

are there any cook gods out there that can help me make them moist?
Tanchi Avatar
7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
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1 Like #1
Ive no idea about cooking sorry... The title of the thread just caught my attention...
#2
Jed Maxwell
Ive no idea about cooking sorry... The title of the thread just caught my attention...


Thought it might lol :w00t:
1 Like #3
Jed Maxwell
Ive no idea about cooking sorry... The title of the thread just caught my attention...


same as me,

good first line
1 Like #4
half immerse it in water and slow roast
1 Like #5
I use my George cook about 10 minutes then spoon apple sauce on top of each one and cover with cheese then put under grill until cheese melts. delicious!!!!
#6
soak them in water is what i do with chinese or BBQ flavouring, i buy sachets from chinese supermarket
#7
Ellen23
I use my George cook about 10 minutes then spoon apple sauce on top of each one and cover with cheese then put under grill until cheese melts. delicious!!!!


O.o sound yummy, shame i dont have any apple sauce :x
#8
To be honest after reading the inital title this thread is a bit of a let down. Are you just trying to tease us?
#9
i cook bork belly all the ime
served with mash pakchoi and a spicy plum sauce
score the belly rub salt in.
put in roasting tin half immerse with water and slowly roast it
1 Like #10
Tanchi
are there any cook gods out there that can help me make them moist?

KY jelly :oops:
#11
its these things im trying to cook:

http://www.evansfoodhall.com/med_images/206a_Pork_Belly_Strips.jpg
1 Like #12
tempted to go the water route..
1 Like #13
put them in a dish and cover with apple juice and a couple of layers of foil, cook them in the oven on a low temp about 120 C FOR ABOUT 1.5 HOURS :thumbsup:
1 Like #14
I tend to cook large joints rather than strips, however....

I blanch it it boiling water for 3-4mins, then pat dry, put in a roasting tray, half cover with stock/orange juice/star anise or whatever i am using, tight fitting lid on (with foil too) 160 deg for about 2 hours.

Melt in your mouth!!
#15
sancho1983
I tend to cook large joints rather than strips, however....

I blanch it it boiling water for 3-4mins, then pat dry, put in a roasting tray, half cover with stock/orange juice/star anise or whatever i am using, tight fitting lid on (with foil too) 160 deg for about 2 hours.

Melt in your mouth!!


ooooo I'll give this a go :thumbsup:
#16
Hurry up then, it's nearly dinner time now!!! Risotto for us, yum yum
#17
Tanchi
its these things im trying to cook:

http://www.evansfoodhall.com/med_images/206a_Pork_Belly_Strips.jpg


cook them in water 1st then hot frying pan to brown off
#18
Mix chinese 5 spice, ginger, soy, honey, ketchup, sherry, hoisin and spoon over and roast in oven. Will come out like spare ribs if you let it cook long enough.
#19
put bacon on the top of them !
#20
seriously google belly pork and cider. We have belly pork a lot, not chops but a joint and we always use a can of cider when cooking and it is the best belly pork I have ever had
#21
Jed Maxwell
Ive no idea about cooking sorry... The title of the thread just caught my attention...


I can cook... but the title of the thread so isn't about pork :whistling:
#22
Try Braising them
#23
god what a way to start a thread you'll have the most viewed thread of the year :)

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