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Twice Cooked Pork Belly


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Ingredients

4 portion(s)

  • 1 750 g Pork Belly, Fat scored on top
  • 3 capsicums, Roughly chopped
  • 3 Zuchinnis Medium size, Roughly chopped
  • 1000 grams water
  • salt & pepper
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Recipe's preparation

    Twice cooked pork belly
  1. Preheat oven to 220 degrees celcius.

    Place water into TM Bowl.

    Place pork in the varoma dish sprinkle with salt and pepper and steam 60 minutes / Varoma /Speed 3.

     

    Roughly slice capsicums and zuchinni and place on baking tray with olive Oil. Place pork on top of vegetables and roast for 40 minutes or until crackling is done.

     

     

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Tip

You could also serve with coleslaw.


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  • Simply and tasty

    Submitted by torrs104727 on 20. October 2017 - 12:49.

    Simply and tasty

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  • Absolutely beautiful will make again added maple...

    Submitted by Chancey on 24. September 2017 - 15:42.

    Absolutely beautiful will make again added maple syrup to water yum

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  • This is seriously delicious I overcame my fear of...

    Submitted by shelbsmumma on 20. June 2017 - 14:42.

    This is seriously delicious !! I overcame my fear of cooking pork with this recipe, Id never had luck before, but this came out perfectly!

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  • Beautiful, my oven is not the

    Submitted by Cassiecooks on 11. March 2016 - 12:02.

    Beautiful, my oven is not the best so crackle took a lot longer.

    whole family loved it. Thanks

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  • Crackling is easy. Follow

    Submitted by markderani on 14. November 2015 - 09:20.

    Crackling is easy. Follow these steps.

    1. get butcher to score the pork belly

    2. put a wire rack over kitchen sink, place pork belly on top

    3. Pour boiling hot water over the scored meat, it will open up the scores

    4. Pat dry, leave uncovered in fridge till the next day, it dries the skin out.

    5. Rub skin with oil, salt and pepper.

    6. Put oven on full whack as Jamie Oliver would say. 

    7. Put pork in and check the crackling looks like crackling after 20 mins. I find it takes about 35m in my oven. 

     

    8. Turn oven down and cook pork as needed. you should get perfect crackling. If it's not, cut the fat off and stick it under the grill till it's perfect. If you do the steps,above you won't have to grill it. 

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  • Crackling is easy. Follow

    Submitted by markderani on 11. November 2015 - 20:12.

    Crackling is easy. Follow these steps.

    1. get butcher to score the pork belly

    2. put a wire rack over kitchen sink, place pork belly on top

    3. Pour boiling hot water over the scored meat, it will open up the scores

    4. Pat dry, leave uncovered in fridge till the next day, it dries the skin out.

    5. Rub skin with oil, salt and pepper.

    6. Put oven on full whack as Jamie Oliver would say. 

    7. Put pork in and check the crackling looks like crackling after 20 mins. I find it takes about 35m in my oven. 

    8. Turn oven down and cook pork as needed. you should get perfect crackling. If it's not, cut the fat off and stick it under the grill till it's perfect. If you do the steps,above you won't have to grill it. 

    Lets Cook! Gentle stir setting Gentle stir setting

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  • Made this the other night and

    Submitted by Yvonne50 on 24. August 2015 - 14:02.

    Made this the other night and was excellent everybody loved it.  Cooked it longer in the Thermomix and then just added more salt over the top and placed it unDer the grill it made awesome crackle  - yummy

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  • 1st time ever cooking pork

    Submitted by stubbsy21 on 18. August 2015 - 17:48.

    1st time ever cooking pork belly and this worked beautifully, 5 thumbs up! Rare for our family tmrc_emoticons.;)


    Added extra veg in roasting pan for great all in one dinner.


     


     

    Mel Smile


    Mum of 3 under 7 and new Thermomix owner!!

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  • This was amazing,family LOVED

    Submitted by Kazla on 23. July 2015 - 19:17.

    This was amazing,family LOVED it.

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  • This was great! Incredibly

    Submitted by j9smess on 31. March 2015 - 23:19.

    This was great! Incredibly easy & tasty too. Only issue was I looked at the side for the time it took and it wasn't until I read the recipe body that it took an extra hour on top. 

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  • What a shame! My butcher

    Submitted by Lovin' the Mix - A Thermomixin' love affair on 16. November 2014 - 11:02.

    What a shame! My butcher scores mine... was yours scored?

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  • Yum, the pork was beautifully

    Submitted by Felicia81 on 2. November 2014 - 20:14.

    Yum, the pork was beautifully moist and tender tmrc_emoticons.)But alas, the crackle didn't work. Not your fault though, I fail at it all the time!

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  • Hi There, No I didnt use any

    Submitted by Lovin' the Mix - A Thermomixin' love affair on 23. October 2014 - 08:51.

    Hi There,

    No I didnt use any oil when I did this a few times.

    The salt will get you beautiful cracking tmrc_emoticons.)

     

    Glad you liked it and the family wanted seconds!

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  • We had this dish for tea. I

    Submitted by van der Ploeg on 23. August 2014 - 21:40.

    We had this dish for tea. I ended up putting a little oil on top of the meat and I did get crackling. The meat was lovely and juicy. I might try a kilo piece of meat next time as everyone wanted seconds! I'd still be interested to know if oil is required on top of the meat....... tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Hi, I'm in the process of

    Submitted by van der Ploeg on 23. August 2014 - 16:38.

    Hi, I'm in the process of cooking this dish. I'm a little confused. Does olive oil need to be put on top of the meat at all to make crackling?

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