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2011/12/31 15:11:46 (permalink)

How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef

Ingredients:
5 lbs Pork Neckbones or Pig's Feet [I prefer the feet but the neckbones work fine too]
1 bunch Celery
5 each Bay leaves
3 each Onions,sweet,quartered
3 T. Peppercorns,Black
6 quarts Water,municipal
Method:
Part 1
Heat oven to 300 degrees
Place pork in casserole pan
Roast 2 hours
Place half the vegetables in pan
Roast 1 hour longer
Part 2
Place pork, pepper, all vegetables, both raw and roasted and bay leaves in large vessel
Cover with 6 quarts municipal water
Bring to boil
Dip out 2 cups of boiling liquid and use it to deglaze the pan you roasted the meat and vegetables in [Absolutely crucial step, do not omit, Classic French methodology]
Add deglazing liquid to vessel
Reduce to simmer
Cook for 4 hours
Skim foam off surface as needed
Strain stock into large vessel through colander
 
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    Foodbme
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2011/12/31 17:32:44 (permalink)
    The $64,000 Dollar Question is---------
    Why in God's name would you want to make pork stock!!???????
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2011/12/31 17:45:40 (permalink)
    Did you know that you can buy it in cubes?
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2011/12/31 18:45:11 (permalink)
    Pork stock is a wonderful flavoring agent or base for soups - oriental noodle soups, bean or pea soups. It is also good for use in any greens dish. We also use it in a number of oriental, mexican and hispanic dishes. It adds a level of flavor that can not be found in chicken stock.
     
    And yes there are pork stock mixes/cubes out there, I have found them (when they can be found) to be way too salty.
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2011/12/31 19:28:58 (permalink)
    Foodbme: The soups in the best Chinese and Vietnamese restaurants start as stock made from pork neck bones. Trust me. I know!
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2011/12/31 19:34:59 (permalink)
    I know what I'd use it for. Ramen! That's the classic ramen broth in most Japanese ramen houses. Yumm!
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2011/12/31 21:46:53 (permalink)
    I use the pork stock recipe for all my bean dishes. It makes pinto beans and blackeyed peas taste heavenly. I also make a quick pork stock using my pressure cooker. I'll put it up in the next few days.
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2011/12/31 22:59:21 (permalink)
    Great, now if you can put up a quick and easy beef stock recipe i'll be happy. Mine takes a lonf time and high heat, time I have, high heat not so much LOL.
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2011/12/31 23:02:14 (permalink)
    OK, NOW I get it! Just didn't have my brain wrapped around the possible uses but it makes sense now. A DUH Moment!
    I'll make some to go with my Greens and Legumes Recipes for starters including:
    • asparagus bean or snake bean
    • asparagus pea
    • baby lima bean
    • black bean
    • black turtle bean
    • Boston bean
    • Boston navy bean
    • broad bean
    • cannellini bean
    • chickpeas
    • chili bean
    • coco bean
    • cranberry bean
    • Egyptian bean
    • Egyptian white broad bean
    • English bean
    • fava bean
    • fava-coceira
    • field pea
    • French green beans
    • frijo bola roja
    • frijole negro
    • great Northern bean
    • green beans
    • green and yellow peas
    • kidney beans
    • lima bean
    • Madagascar bean
    • Mexican black bean
    • Mexican red bean
    • molasses face bean
    • mung bean
    • mung pea
    • mungo bean
    • navy bean
    • pea bean
    • Peruvian bean
    • pinto bean
    • red bean
    • red eye bean
    • red kidney bean
    • rice bean
    • runner bean
    • scarlet runner bean
    • small red bean
    • small white bean
    • soy bean or soybean
    • wax bean
    • white kidney bean
    • white pea bean

    post edited by Foodbme - 2011/12/31 23:03:23
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2012/01/01 01:01:43 (permalink)
    FOODBME - Don't forget to have a nice Chianti with the fava beans. :>)
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2012/01/01 01:48:48 (permalink)
    Scrumptious,
    Noticed on your blog that someone said to use pigs feet because it adds more collagen to the stock. Makes sense!
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2012/01/01 02:18:51 (permalink)
    Eager to see the pressure cooker method.
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2012/01/01 02:22:46 (permalink)
    CCJPO

    Great, now if you can put up a quick and easy beef stock recipe i'll be happy. Mine takes a lonf time and high heat, time I have, high heat not so much LOL.

    Wait for the pressure cooking method as promised by "scrumptiouschef" to follow soon. Just substitute beef bones for pork bones.
    post edited by Twinwillow - 2012/01/01 02:24:05
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2012/01/01 13:20:32 (permalink)
    ingredients
    1 each Bone,Ham, Country [alternately use 5lbs Pig's feet]
    1 each Onion, yellow, 1015, roughly chopped
    1 each Celery, butt end as well as flowers from bunch, use ribs for other purpose
    2 each Bay leaves
    1 T. Peppercorns, black
    3 quarts Water, municipal
    Method
    * Combine all ingredients in pressure cooker
    * Carefully close lid
    * Turn fire up good and high
    * When the little gauge pops up, reduce heat to candle level
    * At 1 hour mark shut heat off
    Voila
    You now have a quick and easy batch of homemade stock that will allow you to seriously up your game in the kitchen
     
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2012/01/01 15:04:08 (permalink)
    I just reread this and my comment sounded flippant.  It was not meant that way.  I was just surprised recently when I noticed pork bouillon cubes when I was shopping in a Cuban market.
     
    My surprise was with it being pork.
     
    Now I want a big bowl of steaming hot Pho.
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2012/01/01 15:57:40 (permalink)
    I am not trying to be difficult but most of above seems to be difficult to me??  I would use pork stock as a seasoning and the process is sorta complicated to me.
     
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2012/01/02 16:55:05 (permalink)
    It sounds difficult, but it's not. Chop veggies, roast, boil, save.
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2012/02/19 13:31:00 (permalink)
    My mom uses pork stock for scrapple.  Whenever my mom makes pork-roast, short ribs, etc, she saves the bones, bits of pork, drippings, fat.  She freezes this & then makes stock for scrapple.  I am going to WV next month for her 90th birthday & she will have scrapple for my breakfasts.
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2012/03/12 16:18:11 (permalink)
    Just scored a big wild boar hog from a buddy who took him down in NE Texas a few days ago. Lots of good uses for this creature but am really looking forward to using his shanks for a batch of wild boar hog stock.
     
    Sticking a bunch in the freezer for a batch of burgoo next month too.
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2012/12/17 11:02:57 (permalink)
    Made a batch of Northern Beans this weekend with the pork stock recipe above. Incredible. Weather dipped down into the 50s as a screaming north'r rolled into Austin.
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2012/12/17 11:12:43 (permalink)
    One thing I am curious about, in both recipes you mention municipal water. Is there a specific reason?
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2012/12/17 13:51:02 (permalink)
    Old habit from cooking in a pro kitchen where we sometimes used spring and/or distilled water in our recipes.
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2012/12/17 14:23:30 (permalink)
    I would like to try this.  I have always just taken the easy way out and used canned/box/soup base as stock.  I even have a pork base from penzey's that isn't bad that I used in beans.
     
    However, this Thanskgiving i made trukey stock from 3 lbs of turkey wings using basically the same method though I did the simmering in the crock pot overnight.  I was absolutely floored by the difference in flavor.
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2012/12/29 13:47:33 (permalink)
    I was absolutely floored by the difference in flavor.
     
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    Once you make scratch stock,whether it be from Turkey or hog, you'll never go back.
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2013/12/12 23:51:34 (permalink)
    big kettle of pork stock simmering right now, who's making pork stock from scratch?
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2014/02/28 12:21:27 (permalink)
    Scored a bunch of gorgeous rutabaga from the market, looking forward to cooking these beauties in a nice batch of pork stock.
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    Re:How To Make Pork Stock by scrumptiouschef 2014/03/08 12:36:17 (permalink)
    Those rutabaga came out great. After 20 minutes at full blast in the Kuhn Rikon they were fork tender. I removed them from the stock and mashed them with butter, heavy cream and good salt. Rutabaga are one of the great unsung tubers.
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