Saturday, January 19, 2013

Foodamn Philippines: Pork Belly Marinade Recipe

2 ways how to cook Liempo Recipe with McCormick Grill Mates Cowboy Rub

Foodamn Philippines Pork Belly Marinade Recipe

Main Ingredients:
1.5 to 2 kilos pork belly PhP almost PhP450  (approx. US$ 11.25)
McCormick Grill Mates Cowboy Rub
10 pieces Calamansi
3-5 cloves of garlic, finely chopped
rock salt and semi-ground pepper
Foodamn Philippines: Pork Belly Marinade Recipe

  1. Massage pork belly with salt and garlic, add squeeze calamansi extract and pepper.
  2. Dash with mccormick grill mates cowboy rub on both sides.
  3. Keep on the fridge (do not froze) for  a couple of hours to absorb and seal juices thoroughly.
What's with McCormick Grill Mates Cowboy Rub?
It's made up of the following components:
Roasted chili pepper, crushed red pepper flakes,  cracked black pepper, brown mustard, coarse flake  salt, garlic, coffee, onion, unrefined sugar, processed cocoa powder with alkali, extractives of tamarind, extractives of paprika and natural hickory flavor.
Grilled Pork Belly (also known as Grilled Liempo)

Cooking Methods
Grilled Pork Belly (also known as Grilled Liempo)
Pan-Fried Pork Belly
Pan-Fried Pork Belly
Overall, the  mccormick grill mates cowboy rub add a bold and flavorful taste to pork belly meat. It retains its American-inspired barbe-que style after taste. Do not over-apply the cowboy rub as it becomes intensely bitter flavor. This recipe can stand without the McCormick rub, just add more Calamansi extract and pepper.

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