Morton Tender Quick Canadian Bacon Recipe

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Original Smoked Canadian Bacon Recipe Bradley Smokers

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This Original Smoked Canadian Bacon recipe is a modification of Morton Tender Quick recipe and curing methods. Also I followed Mallard Wacker’s cooking guidelines for Buck Board Bacon. You can add or subtract as many spices and flavoring you want to this recipe, as long as you maintain the correct amount of Tender Quick.

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Canadian Bacon Recipes Morton Tender Quick Recipes

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Canadian bacon recipes morton tender quick. Trim fat from pork loin. Coat the pork heavily on all sides with the dry rub. Pork belly (skinned) peppered bacon cure (per pound of belly) 1 tbsp morton tender quick. Soak loin in cool water for 30 minutes; This recipe makes for a sweet, savory, herbaceous canadian bacon.

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Canadian Bacon Recipe Using Tender Quick Recipes

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Stir in canadian bacon, pepper and remaining 1/2 teaspoon salt. Morton tender quick peameal bacon recipe. Use 1 tablespoon of tender quick and 2 tablespoons of brown sugar per pound of meat. Trim fat from pork loin. Morton tender quick canadian bacon recipe; 2 tsp cracked black pepper. Rub mixture into the loin.

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Canadian Bacon Recipe Tender Quick Simple Chef Recipe

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Buckboard bacon and canadian bacon are made the same way the difference is the cut of meat and the time required to cure. For wood you can use anything you like as a. Soak for 45 minutes in cool water. This original smoked canadian bacon recipe is a modification of morton tender quick recipe and curing methods. Use a good hardwood of choice.

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Morton Tender Quick Canadian Bacon Recipe Bios Pics

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Curing corned beef recipe buckboard bacon date night doins bbq canadian bacon recipe easy to follow Morton Tender Quick Canadian Bacon Recipe - …

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Canadian Bacon using Morton Tender Quick Safety Question

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By the way, this is Morton's recipe for Canadian Bacon. Canadian Bacon The combination of Morton[emoji]174[/emoji] Tender Quick[emoji]174[/emoji] or Sugar Cure[emoji]174[/emoji] and granulated sugar result in this slightly sweet, meaty breakfast meat perfect for everything from eggs Benedict to BLTs. Breakfast/Brunch Prep Time: 20 minutes

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Smoked Bacon with Morton Tender Quick Cure gbrigham

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Place the cured pork belly on the unlit side of the grill and close the lid. Keep the temperature as low as possible (around 165 degrees). Allow the wood chips to smoke and smolder until the internal temperature of the bacon reaches 155 degrees, about 6 hours.

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Homemade Bacon Morton Tender Quick Charcuterie

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Making homemade bacon from pork belly is a lot less difficult than you might imagine. Making a simple dry cure with Morton Tender Quick or a homemade version of it is quite easy. If you don't have access to Tender Quick, here's a recipe to make it from scratch: 1 cup (200g) Kosher Salt 1/2 cup su

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Morton Tender Quick Recipes

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This Original Smoked Canadian Bacon recipe is a modification of Morton Tender Quick recipe and curing methods. Also I followed Mallard Wacker’s cooking guidelines for Buck Board Bacon. You can add or subtract as many spices and flavoring you want to this recipe, as long as you maintain the correct amount of Tender Quick.

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Homemade Canadian Bacon Recipe Food.com

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Cool the brine to 38 degrees F and strain if desired. Add loin and put a plate on top to keep submerged. Cover,Put in fridge and let sit 7 days turning once at 4 days. Remove and rinse in …

1. Bring all ingredients except loin to a boil for 10 minutes.
2. Trim fat from loin.
3. Cool the brine to 38 degrees F and strain if desired.
4. Add loin and put a plate on top to keep submerged.

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Morton Tender Quick uncledavesenterprise.com

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then stuffed in casings and smoked, or processed according to the recipe. Making Canadian Bacon - Trim a whole pork loin of all membranes and sinews. Use 1 tablespoon of Tender Quick and 2 tablespoons of brown sugar per pound of meat. Rub in the Tender Quick, and pack the sugar around the loin. Place it all in a large freezer bag and

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Buckboard Bacon Recipe with Morton Tender Quick? Food News

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Directions: Mix the brown sugar and Tender Quick thoroughly. Slice the roast in half horizontally. Thoroughly coat both halves with the sugar/Tender Quick mixture and rub in well. 1 c. Morton Tender Quick Brine: 1/3 cup rock salt added to 1 gallon of …

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Morton Quick Cure Bacon All information about healthy

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Meat Curing - Canadian Bacon - Morton Salt. Directions. Trim fat from pork loin. Mix Morton ® Tender Quick ® mix and sugar. Rub mixture into the loin. Place loin in "food grade" plastic bag; tie open end. Refrigerate and allow to cure for 3-5 days. Remove from cure. Soak loin in cool water for 30 minutes; pat dry.

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Smoked Canadian Bacon Recipe by RIPROD Cookpad

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70 servings. 1 large pork loin. 1 morton's tenderquick. 1 pure maple syrup. 1 onion powder. 1 garlic powder. 1 dark brown sugar. 1 hardwood for smoking. Home.

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Tender Quick Canadian Bacon Recipes All information

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Homemade Canadian Bacon Recipe - Food.com great www.food.com. Cool the brine to 38 degrees F and strain if desired. Add loin and put a plate on top to keep submerged. Cover,Put in fridge and let sit 7 days turning once at 4 days. Remove and rinse in cold water. Soak for 45 minutes in cool water.

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Dizzy Pig Cow Lick Canadian Bacon Recipe Dizzy Pig Craft

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Salt or Morton’s Tender Quick at 3% of project weight; Sugar (light or dark brown recommended) at 2% of project weight.05 oz ‘pink salt’ per pound of project weight (use only in conjunction with straight salt. Omit if using Tender

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Maple Canadian Bacon Bush Cooking

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Recipe Directions. Mix the tender quick, sugar, pepper, pepper flakes, and hickory seasoning in a bowl. Coat the pork heavily on all sides with the dry rub. Vacuum seal the bags, wrap in several layers of plastic bags, or use plastic curing trays. Cure in …

Rating: 5/5(1)
Category: Main Dish
Cuisine: Global
Total Time: 6 hrs

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Morton Tender Quick Bacon Brine Recipe Bryont Blog

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Adventures In Bacon Making Homemade Batches 1 2. Your Guide To Curing Salts Barbecue Com. Com Morton Curing Salt Tender Quick Home Meat Cure 2. How To Make Canadian Bacon At Home Northwest Edible Life. Morton Tender Quick Meat Cure.

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Morton Tender Quick Canadian Bacon Recipe Besto Blog

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Morton Tender Quick Replacement Homestead Cure You. Maple Canadian Bacon Bush Cooking. Smoked Canadian Bacon Recipe. Kicking Hot Canadian Bacon With Naglah Brown Peppers Creative. See also Rice Pudding Recipe Using Sweet Condensed Milk. Canadian Bacon Date Night Doins Bbq For Two. Maple Canadian Bacon Date Night Doins …

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MORTON® TENDER QUICK® Morton Salt

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Morton Tender Quick is NOT a meat tenderizer. CAUTION: This curing salt is designed to be used at the rate specified in the formulation or recipe. It should not be used at higher levels as results will be inconsistent, cured meats will be too salty, …

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Morton Tender Quick Peameal Bacon Recipe Besto Blog

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Maple Canadian Bacon Bush Cooking. Homemade Cured Smoked Bacon With Morton Tender Quick Dry Cure And Wet Comparison You. Homemade Maple Canadian Bacon Smoker Optional Foo With Family. Smoked Canadian Bacon Recipe By Rip Rod Cookpad Kenya. Kicking Hot Canadian Bacon With Naglah Brown Peppers Creative Foods By Chef …

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Buckboard Bacon Recipe with Morton Tender Quick? — Big

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I use the Morton's Sugar Cure for my buckboard and Canadian bacon at the rate of 1 tablespoon Morton’s per pound of meat and 1 teaspoon white sugar per pound of meat. Food & Fire - The carnivorous ramblings of a gluten-free grill geek.

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HomeCured Canadian Bacon The Provident Cook

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Instructions. Make the curing solution: Combine 6 cups (1 1/2 quarts) water and the rest of the ingredients except the pork loin. Bring to a boil over high heat, stirring to …

Cuisine: American
Category: Breakfast
1. Author: Evelyn Miller
Total Time: 171 hrs 30 mins
2. Make the curing solution: Combine 6 cups (1 1/2 quarts) water and the rest of the ingredients except the pork loin. Bring to a boil over high heat, stirring to dissolve the salts and sugar. Boil for 1 minute, then remove from heat and cool to lukewarm.
3. Transfer the curing solution to a large container or brining bag and add the remaining 1 1/2 quarts (6 cups) water. Chill thoroughly in the refrigerator. Trim the loin of any excess fat and silverskin. Fully submerge the pork loin in the curing solution and refrigerate for 5 to 7 days.
4. Remove the pork loin from the curing solution and place it in a large container. Add enough fresh water to fully submerge it and let it sit for 30 min. Remove from the water and pat it dry with paper towels.
5. Heat smoker or grill to 225 to 250 degrees and add smoking wood chunks once it has reached temperature. While the smoker or grill is heating, if desired, use kitchen twine to tie the pork loin into a rounded shape. When the smoker or grill is smoking well, put the pork in the smoker and cook until an instant-read thermometer reaches 140 degrees when inserted in the thickest part of the loin, 2 to 3 hours. Let the pork loin cool for 30 minutes. Slice immediately and pan-fry, or cool it completely, slice as desired and freeze in serving-size packages.

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Recipe for bacon cure using morton tender quick

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Re: Recipe for bacon cure using morton tender quick. Thanks everyone. I just made some a few days ago and used an internal temperature of 140°F. After loosely tenting with foil, and about 30 minute rest the final temperature was 142°F. The texture of …

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Morton’s Recipes Using Morton’s Products

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1 c. Morton Tender Quick Brine: 1/3 cup rock salt added to 1 gallon of water or enough to completely cover fish. Add Wright’s Liquid Smoked and tender quick. Cut off heads and put in any non-metal container. Cover with brine. Cover the container and refrigerate 48 hours. Turn fish after 24 hours. Remove from brine and dry thoroughly.

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Homemade Cured Smoked Bacon With Morton Tender Quick: Dry

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Homemade Smoked Bacon Hey Grill, Hey

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This recipe was originally written using Morton's Tenderquick as a cure. It has been updated to reflect the superiority in the flavor of the final product when using Prague …

1. Prepare the cure. Combine all ingredients for the bacon cure in a bowl. It will be a paste-like consistency. This is exactly what you want.
2. Cure the pork belly. Place your slab of pork belly in a large plastic bag (either a large vacuum seal bag or a gallon zip top bag works great for this). Using your hands, transfer some of the cure to the bag with the pork belly and spread it on all sides. Make sure to thoroughly coat all sides of the bacon and use all of the cure. Seal the bag tightly, removing as much air as possible. Place the sealed pork belly package in the refrigerator and cure for the next 7 days. Flip and massage the pork belly once per day.
3. Develop a pellicle. After the 7th day in the cure, remove the bacon from the bag. Gently rinse the pork belly to remove any thick slimy build-up on the exterior of the pork. Place it on a wire rack above a baking sheet. Pat the pork belly dry with paper towels. Season the top with the tablespoon of fresh cracked black pepper. Place the peppered bacon in the fridge (while still on the rack) and leave uncovered for at least 12 or up to 24 hours. This step helps develop a tacky coating called a pellicle on the exterior of the bacon.
4. Smoke the bacon. Preheat your smoker to 160-170 degrees F using your favorite hardwood. Apple, maple, and hickory are all popular for smoked bacon. Place the pork belly directly on the grill grates, close the lid, and smoke for approximately 6 hours, or until the internal temperature of the pork belly reads 155 degrees F.

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More Useful Information at www.mortonsalt.com

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Meat Curing - Canadian Bacon - Morton Salt tip www.mortonsalt.com. Meat Curing - Canadian Bacon. The combination of Morton® Tender Quick® and granulated sugar result in this slightly sweet, meaty breakfast meat perfect Trim fat from pork loin. Mix Morton® Tender Quick® mix and sugar. Rub mixture into the loin.

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Canadian Bacon/Back Bacon: Much Better Homemade

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In a saucepan, combine 1 quart of water, the salt, sugar, syrup, the pink salt, bay leaves, garlic cloves, and peppercorns. Bring brine to a boil, stirring to dissolve salt and sugar. Boil for 1 minute, then remove from heat. Pour the brine into a large container and add the cold water or ice create 1 gallon of liquid.

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HomeMade Canadian Bacon, it's easy. Home Cooks Guide

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Instructions. Add all ingredients to the boiling water except the pork loin and ice water. Stir and simmer until the salt and sugar have thoroughly dissolved and the herbs and …

Cuisine: American
Total Time: 100 hrs
Category: Charcuterie
1. Add all ingredients to the boiling water except the pork loin and ice water. Stir and simmer until the salt and sugar have thoroughly dissolved and the herbs and spices have had a little time to steep. About 5 minutes.
2. Remove the brine from the heat and add the ice water. Stir to melt all the ice. Check the temperature. If it is room temperature or colder, it is ready to use. If it is still pretty warm, let it cool for a bit to room temperature.
3. Once cooled, place the pork loin in a gallon size zip lock bag. Pour the brine over the pork loin. Seal it up and place it in the refrigerator (on a sheet pan in case it leaks).
4. After 2 days, flip the bag and return to the refrigerator.

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The Morton Salt Book: Curing Meat at Home Mother Earth

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BOX CURE WITH TENDER-QUICK Follow the same general directions as above using about 3 to 3 1/2 lbs. of Tender-Quick per 100 lbs. of bellies. This will make an extra mild cure and give the bacon a

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Morton's Meat Curing TenderQuick book The Virtual Weber

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Rub cure into meat thoroughly then place in clean plastic and tie securely. Store in refrigerator at 36-40 degrees F for 4-8 hours to cure. Rinse just prior to cooking. For brine curing, dissolve 1 cup Tender Quick in 4 cups water. Place meat in …

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Homemade Bacon : 3 Steps (with Pictures) Instructables

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Chili and Garlic Bacon 618 g pork belly 18 ml (3 heaping tsp) Morton's Tender Quick curing salt 18 ml (3 heaping tsp) brown sugar 3 ml (1/2 tsp) mystery black chili powder pinch black pepper 2 crushed cloves of garlic, including the skins Note: I left the skins in because the cure gets rinsed off anyway and the skins contain LOTS of flavour. Yum!

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Mortons Sugar Cure Recipes

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2015-07-20 · MORTON SUGAR CURE DISCONTINUED RECIPES. Mix 7.25 lbs of Sugar Cure with the provided 0.25 lbs Seasoning Packet. Rub 2.5 lbs of the blended mixture to 100 lbs of meat … Free Recipes Show Details . Morton Tender Quick. 3 hours ago Uncledavesenterprise.com Visit Site . For meats, poultry and fish, Morton Tender Quick is a …

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BrineCured Canadian Bacon

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The Canadian Bacon turned out great. I don't measure ingredients unless they are critical, like Instacure #1 or Tender Quick Salt, etc. Most spices are done "to taste" anyway. Here we go Non-iodized salt, brown sugar, onion powder, dried minced garlic and coarse black pepper. Warm water was added and mixture was stirred well.

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Dizzy Pig Homemade Belly Bacon Dizzy Pig Craft Seasonings

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Print Recipe. Pork belly, cut into 3lb pieces 1. Curing Brine (measurements depend on project weight) 2. Water to cover pork belly (s) completely and snugly in a non-reactive brining vessel (such as a food grade pail or small cooler) Salt or Morton’s Tender Quick at 3% of project weight. Sugar (light or dark brown recommended) at 2% of

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Buckboard Bacon Date Night Doins BBQ For Two

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Ingredients: Buckboard BaconPeppered Bacon Cure (15 pounds of pork butt) ½ cup Morton’s Tender Quick. 2/3 cup brown sugar. 2/3 cup cracked black pepper. ½ cup crushed red pepper flakes. 1 Tbsp. hickory seasoning (optional) Backyard BBQ. A …

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Venison Canadian Bacon Recipe RecipeTips.com

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Cut tenderloin into 6-8 in. pieces. Mix Tender Quick and sugar. Rub mixture into meat. Place meat in a plastic bag and seal. Refrigerate, allowing meat to cure for 3-5 days. Remove from cure; soak meat in cool water for 30 minutes. Pat dry.

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What is original smoked Canadian bacon recipe?

This Original Smoked Canadian Bacon recipe is a modification of Morton Tender Quick recipe and curing methods. Also I followed Mallard Wacker’s cooking guidelines for Buck Board Bacon. You can add or subtract as many spices and flavoring you want to this recipe, as long as you maintain the correct amount of Tender Quick.

How to cook a Morton tender quick pork loin?

Mix Morton ® Tender Quick ® mix and sugar. Rub mixture into the loin. Place loin in “food grade” plastic bag; tie open end. Refrigerate and allow to cure for 3-5 days. Remove from cure. Soak loin in cool water for 30 minutes; pat dry. Refrigerate uncovered to dry slightly before cooking. Cut into 1/8 inch thick slices.

What is Morton tender quick?

Morton Tender Quick is a fast-cure mix so you can cure meat, poultry or game right in your own kitchen. It gives meats a tasty cured flavor and characteristic pink color. Works particularly well with small cuts of meat, such as pork chops, spareribs and poultry. Morton Tender Quick mix contains salt, the main preserving agent; sugar,...

Can you use Morton tender quick to cure meat?

For Home Meat Curing. Morton Tender Quick is a fast-cure mix so you can cure meat, poultry or game right in your own kitchen. It gives meats a tasty cured flavor and characteristic pink color. Works particularly well with small cuts of meat, such as pork chops, spareribs and poultry.

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