Be it apple, peach, Saskatoon or even pumpkin! This never-fail pie crust recipe will be your go-to for any pie you choose to make.
Unlike other Pork Chops, Mangalitsa needs to be cooked low and slow to ensure all of the delicious fat is rendered. Follow this recipe and enjoy a mouthwatering pork chop that you’ll want to have again and again. Don’t forget to eat the fat!
This simple recipe will give you the perfect Mangalitsa Ham every time. Add your favourite rub to make this extra special.
2 kg of Mangalitsa2 yellow onions3 large paprika peppers, fresh2 tsp. red pepper powderLard: 10% of meat1 tsp of rosemarySalt & pepper to taste In a large pot or Dutch oven, start by melting lard, add sliced yellow onions, followed by the Mangalitsa meat. Add sliced peppers, rosemary, salt and pepper. Add water and cook…