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These Pork Belly Buffalo Bites are awesome. If you like pork belly, that is. Wait. Is there anyone who doesn’t like pork belly?? Let’s change the caveat to if you like spicy-hot things. Because these are hot. Way too hot for my delicate little British gob, but deliciously hot for all you folks who enjoy a bit of that kind of spice in your life.
These spicy little bites will add some yum to your next Game Day, some zing to your lunchbox, and some wow to your Friday night buffet plate. Pork Belly Buffalo Bites can be your main dish, your side dish, or your any-time-of-day dish.
To make it super-simple for you see the process there’s a video for you. You’re welcome!
You can make a whole rack of these Pork Belly Buffalo Bites and then keep in the fridge for several days or freeze them for some spicy bites at a later date. Pork Belly needn’t ever get dull and boring. Spice you up some pork belly today!
Pork Belly Buffalo Bites
Author: Yogi Parker | Prep time: 10 mins | Cook time: 50 mins | Total time: 60 mins | Serves: 6 – 8
What You Need
10 oz. / 280g hot sauce
6 oz. / 170g butter
2 TBSP onion powder
1 TBSP garlic powder
1 tsp. cayenne pepper
What You Do
Preheat oven to 400F.
Place the hot sauce in a sauce pan and turn the heat on low. As the hot sauce begins to bubble, add the butter, onion powder, garlic powder and cayenne pepper. Stir with a whisk to incorporate all ingredients and bring mixture to a low boil. Remove from heat and set aside.
Lay out the pork belly skin side up. With a sharp knife score the top of the meat. Cut through the fat and skin just to the meat at an angle, starting at one corner. Make each score line about 1 inch apart all the way across the meat, then do the same thing going the opposite direction so that when you look at the meat straight on, there will be a diamond pattern to the scoring.Flip the meat over and score this side too, except in a grid pattern. You will cut the into the meat just until you reach the fat. Make the scores horizontally and vertically so that you have a grid pattern of one inch squares.
Use a marinating brush to coat the meat side of the pork belly with a liberal amount of sauce. Make sure to coat all the meat and get the sauce into the crevices of the squares.
Tear off a piece of aluminum foil that is large enough to fold in half and have about a two inch border when your pork belly is placed on it. After folding the aluminum foil in half, add a tablespoon of olive oil to the foil and use a brush or paper towel to spread the olive oil out into a thin layer on the side you will place the meat on to prevent sticking. Use more if you need to.
Place the pork belly meat side down and fold the edges of the aluminum foil up to cover all the sides of the pork belly, leaving the top fatty side exposed.
Crimp the corners of the foil and place the aluminum foil wrapped pork belly on the baking rack inside the baking tray foil side down. Pour enough water in the baking tray to cover the bottom of the tray. Carefully place in the oven and bake for 30 to 40 minutes. Time may vary depending on how thick the pork belly is. Thicker cuts may take longer.
Remove the tray with the pork belly from the oven and carefully lift the pork belly off the tray onto a heat safe surface.
Set the oven to broil (grill).
Drain the water off the tray, take the pork belly out of the foil and place the pork belly meat side up on a heat safe surface. Give the meat another coat of the buffalo sauce. Try to avoid getting the sauce on the fatty side to prevent the top from burning.
When the oven reaches temp, place the tray with the pork belly back into the oven.
Broil for 10 to 15 minutes, or until the top of the pork belly becomes golden brown and crispy.
Remove the pork belly from the oven, allow it to rest for about five minutes, then cut into bite size pieces.
Heat the remainder of the sauce in a sauce pan or deep sided skillet and toss the pieces of pork belly in the sauce to thoroughly coat each piece.
Serve with some ranch or blue cheese dipping sauce.
Top Recipe Tips
You can use just about any hot sauce you want, just make sure there are no added sugars since sugars can cause the pork belly to burn. I like to use a good Louisiana style hot sauce like Frank’s Red Hot. Wild Brine makes a good Sriracha sauce that works great too, and adds a great alternative flavor. Some green hot sauces like Tabasco Jalapeno, which has a much milder heat can be used as well, and can give your pork belly a fun green tinge.
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Markus Wolf is a fitness coach who hails from Canada and specializes in helping busy people stay fit, burn fat and achieve better health without having to become obsessive about their fitness, food or spend hours a day killing themselves at the gym. Markus creates a sensible approach to a whole real foods nutrient-dense diet and incorporates primal movements, play and walking into a fitness routine designed to fit within a modern hectic lifestyle.
Markus Wolf is a personal trainer from Canada who takes a non-flashy, no-nonsense approach to fitness and nutrition. Markus develops fitness routines that anyone can do, no matter how busy you are, and focuses not only on burning fat, building strength and developing the physique, but he also works to increase and preserve mobility and joint health. Markus creates workout plans that can be done just about anywhere with very little barriers to entry, because the routines are built with a foundation of body weight exercising, primal movements and play.
Markus proves to his clients that they do not have to take an overly obsessive approach to their diets or have expensive gym memberships or pricey equipment to become healthier versions of themselves. He also demonstrates that working out does not have to be a tedious thing, and that you can have fun and get fit at the same time. Yogi and Markus discuss all this, plus how to raise healthy and fit kids.
Aileen Rae Wrothwell up-ended her life and left the corporate world for a big adventure chasing her dreams. She reinvented herself, her purpose, and met a trucker named Sunny D. She decided to spend six months traveling around in the cab of Sunny D’s truck while writing and creating the foundations of a new career coaching others to find purpose, success and happiness in their lives! She now runs a coaching program called Soul Spa Lounge which helps people who want to change their lives find the courage and inspiration to do so. Aileen is also an author, artist, and motivational speaker!
Aileen Rae Wrothwell had a moment when she found that her corporate life in Seattle wasn’t giving her the happiness and fulfillment that she needed. She needed to break out, to make changes, and find a way to set her soul free. After years of online dating Aileen met Sunny D. Sunny D was a long haul trucker and after a whirlwind courtship Aileen decided to leave her 70 hr work week corporate job, sell her house and then joined Sunny D on the road for a 6 month mental health day, where she could focus on her art, photography and pursue her dream as a writer. Aileen took the risk of making the scary changes to find fulfillment, happiness and love.
After spending 2 years living in New Mexico, Aileen now resides back in Washington and has parlayed her experience into a career coaching high-performing executives on how to have the bravery to change their lives in order to pursue their own happiness, personal and spiritual fulfillment. Aileen is also a talented author who is working on her first book, an incredible photographer, and also produces beautiful art and jewelry. Tune in to hear Aileen’s incredibly inspiring story.
This is just a fun sneak peak behind the curtain capturing some of the conversation Marty and I had before the show started. We discuss the perils of podcasting with cats and dogs in the vicinity, and we both touch on some of the personal reasons for our keto journey.
Marty is an engineer with a passion for nutrition who seeks things numerically. Marty’s wife is a type 1 diabetic and Marty also has a family history of type 2 diabetes and obesity. Recently, by refining their diet to prioritize low insulinogenic nutrient dense foods Marty’s wife Monica has been able to achieve improved blood sugar control, increased energy, and reduced depression and anxiety that so often comes with blood sugar dysregulation. She’s now able to enjoy working as a teacher rather than just getting through the morning and needing to sleep through the afternoon before picking up their kids. Her only regret is that she didn’t discover this earlier.
After years of dabbling in diet and nutrition Marty has been able to step up to a new level of vitality, reach his ideal weight, and reverse his pre-diabetes. They have also seen dramatic improvements in the health and happiness of their kids by changing what they eat. For Marty, this is personal. Marty hopes that their journey can help to shortcut your path to optimum health.
There are always new things to learn in the world of health and nutrition. The range of conflicting ideas makes it difficult to find a cohesive dietary narrative to achieve health and wellness. Marty’s aim is to consolidate the best of all these ideas into an algorithm that will enable an individual to tailor their diet to suit their goals. This approach builds on LCHF, paleo, and ketogenic frameworks to minimize the negative effects of excess insulin while maximizing nutrition through eating real, luxurious and delicious food.
⭐️ Books: Big Fat Keto Lies by Marty Kendall: 👉 https://www.bigfatketolies.com/big-fat-keto-lies?fbclid=IwAR2cHsNxPcTJTsymTP9HeE4ytFiIAIOM7x34BHXs4kZHMcmTtA4WrMYuNqQ The Secret Life of Fat by Sylvia Tara: 👉 https://amzn.to/3b6xf0G