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Carolina Gold Nuggets, 8oz bag, Microwave Pork Rinds

Carolina Gold Nuggets, 8oz bag, Microwave Pork Rinds

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Cook your own fresh pork rinds for a real treat - pork rinds are delicious while still warm. Our pork rinds are a "Goodness Grows in North Carolina" product. If you have been eating cooked and bagged pork rinds from a convenience or grocery store your pork rinds have probably spent 1/3 of their shelf life in the distribution system. Our microwave pork rinds have over a year long shelf life and should not be refrigerated or frozen. In addition the traditional method of frying pork rinds adds significant fat to the product. Whether you microwave or bake them you are eating fresh pork rinds that have just been cooked and have 60% less fat than bagged puffed pork rinds. I personally like eating plain pork rinds and pouring a little hot sauce on each pork rind as I eat them. Microwave pork rinds also make an excellent zero carb "chip" for dips and salsa. Our one pound bags makes 1 gallon of fresh, crispy pork rinds (16 servings).

Microwave:
Our serving size is 1 ounce (about 1/4 cup or one small handful). Pour the pork rind pellets into an ordinary microwave safe paper plate. Consider your first batch to be a test batch. This is because microwave ovens cook at different rates. Start with a time of 3 minutes and be sure to watch them puff through the glass in the front panel of the microwave appliance. When the pellets puff, stop the microwave and note the time it took so that you can use that time for future batches. If the pellets don't puff up all the way (it is common for 2 to 3 pellets to not cook all the way), your microwave may not be powerful enough or it may not be producing the amount of heat you need. We use a 1000 watt microwave in our test kitchen and have found that a 750 watt microwave will not cook pork rinds correctly. They don't make any noise as they puff up and you want to make sure you allow about 30 seconds to cool before eating since they will be more crunchy. Store the pork rind pellets at room temperture since refrigeration may result in the pork rinds not cooking correctly.

Bake:
Spread as many as you want to cook at one time on a cookie sheet. Preheat over to 450 degrees F. Place in oven and cook for 5 minutes, on the first batch pay close attention since this will be the time required to cook in your over. Once tey have puffed remove the pork rinds and allow to cool.

If you have problems please contact us, we will be glad to help you with any problems you might have.
Cook your own fresh pork rinds for a real treat - pork rinds are delicious while still warm. Our pork rinds are a "Goodness Grows in North Carolina" product. If you have been eating cooked and bagged pork rinds from a convenience or grocery store your pork rinds have probably spent 1/3 of their shelf life in the distribution system. Our microwave pork rinds have over a year long shelf life and should not be refrigerated or frozen. In addition the traditional method of frying pork rinds adds significant fat to the product. Whether you microwave or bake them you are eating fresh pork rinds that have just been cooked and have 60% less fat than bagged puffed pork rinds. I personally like eating plain pork rinds and pouring a little hot sauce on each pork rind as I eat them. Microwave pork rinds also make an excellent zero carb "chip" for dips and salsa. Our one pound bags makes 1 gallon of fresh, crispy pork rinds (16 servings).

Microwave:
Our serving size is 1 ounce (about 1/4 cup or one small handful). Pour the pork rind pellets into an ordinary microwave safe paper plate. Consider your first batch to be a test batch. This is because microwave ovens cook at different rates. Start with a time of 3 minutes and be sure to watch them puff through the glass in the front panel of the microwave appliance. When the pellets puff, stop the microwave and note the time it took so that you can use that time for future batches. If the pellets don't puff up all the way (it is common for 2 to 3 pellets to not cook all the way), your microwave may not be powerful enough or it may not be producing the amount of heat you need. We use a 1000 watt microwave in our test kitchen and have found that a 750 watt microwave will not cook pork rinds correctly. They don't make any noise as they puff up and you want to make sure you allow about 30 seconds to cool before eating since they will be more crunchy. Store the pork rind pellets at room temperture since refrigeration may result in the pork rinds not cooking correctly.

Bake:
Spread as many as you want to cook at one time on a cookie sheet. Preheat over to 450 degrees F. Place in oven and cook for 5 minutes, on the first batch pay close attention since this will be the time required to cook in your over. Once tey have puffed remove the pork rinds and allow to cool.

If you have problems please contact us, we will be glad to help you with any problems you might have.

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