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Bought the pork belly slice shabu shabu, the 1 for steamboat 1. It didn't turn out nice. It had those porky smell, which is not pleasant. We had cleared half of it. I need help on how to cook it or what other way to remove the smell. Did u blanch it with hot water first and scrub at the belly portion before slicing to serve?
Kaki: i think the pork belly is those kind pre-sliced type, not the one chunk of meat kind. Thanks Assenkay Its been awhile Hmmmm Are you going to shabu shabu with it?
If stir frying, blanch in a little hot water for a few seconds, drain then fry with sauce such as those jar type can try black pepper, spicy bean paste etc. Proper grilling should also cover the smell. More importantly, share the brand with us so we can avoid. For shabu shabu, no need marinade 1 right?
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I can't think of what went wrong. I bought it at ntuc and immediately ate it for dinner on the same day. I wonder is it just a one-off incident. U all nv buy be4? The pork belly is for steamboat. For steamboat the meat is only dipped and cooked for a while.
Really unpleasant the taste Thx all for the suggestion. Smilies are On. Trackbacks are Off. Pingbacks are Off.Eid ul Edha is a holy festive of Muslims, on which sacrifice of animals are done. The meat is distributed among needy people and relatives. This Eid is also called meaty Eid because meaty dishes are cooked on these days. This is my own tried trick and I also referred to many people in my surrounding. They all are agreed by using this trick there was no smell. Both tricks are approved and you will easily get rid of meat smell.
You can also remove kaleji liver smell with same tips. I am a girl who loves cooking and sharing leisure time and good food with friends. I think books are very important, and reading at any age helps the spirit, the mind and makes us free.
Up and down in flour quantity does not matter much. Another trick is, apply vinegar and garlic paste on meat and stand it for 30 minutes. After that wash it with water. About I am a girl who loves cooking and sharing leisure time and good food with friends.Pork has smell. But we probably are used to it. However, compare to beef and mutton, pork does not smell as strong. Still, if I am making soup with pork ribs, I am paranoid about them. I make sure my pork is really fresh.
Of course, that means buying it fresh from butchers and not those that had been stored and frozen for too long. Generally, pork is a lot cheaper than chicken.
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Normally, I like to buy spare ribs which is much more expensive. However, I love the meat covering the bones as they give a nicer taste in the soup. There are different kind of pork with bones. The prices are different, with pai kut as the most expensive. Hawkers use them to make stock which is really delicious. But, if you are pregnant or in confinement, old folks will warn you not to eat at all because they may cause wound infection. I have above, a pan filled with soft-bones of the pig.
Before I boil my soup, I normally boil them in hot water to get rid of the scum. Notice the white, bubble part? When my pot of soup is boling hot, then, only I add in those cleaned pork. This way, it will ensure the soup is not murky and fill with scum at the top. Therefore, salt has once again been proven so useful to our needs.
The other thing that can be used is baking soda. Some Hongkong cook show has suggested using baking soda to make the meat tender and also to get rid of the smell. BTW, baking soda too has many uses and that includes, making our teeth whiter.Rotate image Save Cancel. Breaking news: See More. More Rules New Posts. Search this thread. Hey there Well I have experienced a "funky" smell that someone once described as "sulfurous" when I had berkshire pork ribs that came out of a cryovac'ed package.
Even after rinsing them off and letting them sit for minutes to breathe, they still had a pretty nasty funky odour and I ended up throwing them out.
Ever had a stinky piece of pork? Blame boar taint.
If this isn't the smell you mean though, and you mean just the smell of smoked pork or pork drippings etc. I don't really think theres a whole heck of alot you can do about that, except clean your cooking vessel thoroughly when you're done.
Can you elaborate a little on the smell you're describing? Hope it works out for ya! Oh and of course, I like to thorougly clean and trim up the pork. I remove the membrane from the back and take a spoon to remove any "fatty deposits" that might be hidden there. Then I rinse them thoroughly under cold water and take a thick paper towel to blot up any excess blood along the meat and tips of the bones. Then I let them sit to breathe for about 20 minutes, before I coat them in yellow mustard and apply the spice rub.
I think the vinegar in the mustard could do alot of good for masking any funky smells as well cheers! Sorry, I'm not DD, and his response was fine, but I can add three things I've learned from a veterinarian inspector and a quality pork farmer. If a female is slaughtered too late, when she comes into her first heat cycle, the meat can be tainted and should be removed by the inspectors i. Meat close to the skin can smell, especially from large operations, as the skin picks up pig waste smells in the huge barns.
Males castrated too late can have a funky meat smell. Oddly, boar meat is used in some of the best Chicago hotdogs, but covered up by the strong spicing.
All of this meat should be rejected for fresh on inspection, but these things are seldom as they seem. To get rid of the sulphur smell from meats, wash the meat in a mixture of white vinegar and water. In regards to getting rid of the porky smell, I find placing the meat in a tight plastic bag and placing it in the green recycle bin will make it go away Congrats to the Winners!They also store meats and make it possible to eat them months down the line.
There are some downfalls, however, to the general concept of freezers. Case in point: freezer burn. Before you toss out another item inflicted by the freezer-burn blues, take the time to learn about what causes it, how to prevent it and exactly how you can get rid of freezer burn in meats and other foods. Since the whole point of freezers is to ensure that foods don't go bad quickly, it can feel like quite the betrayal when the dreaded freezer burn sets in.
When this happens, you might be wondering: What is freezer burn, and what causes it? Simply put, freezer burn is caused by air exposure on food, which then leads to dehydration. There are a few different factors that cause freezer burn.
One of the major ones is not storing your food properly, such as if you stored food in a container and the seal was broken. In both of these scenarios, what ends up happening is that water molecules find their way inside, causing ice crystals to form and thus dehydrating the food. Unlike food that burns on the stove, freezer burn does not cause food to become blackened or charred.
Meats, for example, show signs of freezer burn with a few indicators, all of which you can blame on oxygen molecules:. When it comes to freezer burn in chicken, things are a little different because the color might turn a white-pink instead of gray, and the bones may become darker.
As for ice cream, you can spot freezer burn by the layer of ice crystals that form on top of the dairy treat. Although freezer burn is safe to eat, it doesn't mean that it will taste great. In fact, you can pretty much expect freezer burn to taste how it looks: grayish-brown, leathery and dried out.
Think of it like this: Just as the overall appearance of meat inflicted with freezer burn becomes dulled, so will the taste. Whether it's bacon, pork or steak, the best way to get rid of freezer-burn flavor in each of these meats is to cut off the freezer-burned pieces before or after cooking.
Before is better, and as a plus, it saves you time while cooking. You can't expect chicken inflicted with freezer burn to taste all that great. If the freezer burned parts are not small, it might be better to just toss the whole thing out or at least use it as dog food. When you have a sweet tooth, nothing can be more crushing than swinging that freezer door open only to discover that your favorite tub of ice cream has the freezer-burn blues.
Thankfully, it is possible to salvage this sweet treat.Foods such as pork and sauerkraut come out of a Crock-Pot incredibly tasty, but they may also make the slow cooker incredibly stinky. To get rid of that nasty odor, use the Crock-Pot's slow cooking power to steam clean the device. This helps remove cooked-on gunk, as well as residual odor. After a steam-cleaning session, regular washing is a breeze.
Even a brand-new Crock-Pot may emit a bit of an odor. Before using the Crock-Pot for the first time, wash the ceramic liner with warm, soapy water and a dishcloth. Wash the lid in the same manner. Rinse both items with cool water, then either dry them with a dish towel or allow them to air dry. The first time you use the Crock-Pot, you may notice a little smoke or an odor that smells like electrical components heating up or burning.
This is normal and will go away after a while. A used Crock-Pot, such as one bought at a yard sale, shouldn't smoke or emit such odors. If it does, it's not safe to use. The best way to prevent stinky Crock-Pot odors is to clean the crock as soon as you're done using it. Once you've removed all the food and the ceramic crock liner is cool to the touch, lift the ceramic crock out of the base and scrape any leftover food remnants into the trash. Rinse the ceramic part out in the sink with warm water.
Wash the ceramic with warm, soapy water and a dishcloth. Cleaning the slow cooker right away helps prevent caked-on residues that may emit foul odors. Be sure to also wipe down the outer housing that holds the ceramic crock. Unplug the unit, then clean the outside of the Crock-Pot with a damp sponge.
For soiled areas, use a little dish soap with the water, then follow up with just water. Don't use any abrasive materials like an SOS pad on a Crock-Pot exterior or the ceramic liner, as these may scratch the appliance. The easiest way to get rid of lingering odors or caked-on food residue is to let the Crock-Pot do most of the work.How To Remove Meat Smell While Cooking By Rizwan Ali
With the Crock-Pot base and unit together, as if ready to cook, pour enough water into the unit to reach the "leftover food" mark.This article will tell you how to remove the smell of boar from pork meat. Situations when the lard purchased in the market or other parts of the piglets in the cooking process begin to spread an unpleasant odor, unfortunately, not uncommon.
The main reason is the slaughter of non-neutered boar, in the carcass of which the secreted hormone testosterone is fully preserved. But there are a lot of tricks that will help to come out the winner even from this situation.
To begin, let's look at how to distinguish meat from whole-grain boar from high-quality pork. And then we will talk about whether it is possible to get rid of its unpleasant smell. There are certain rules veterinary expertise, according to which boar meat can not be realized on the market or in commercial networks.
If pork has the corresponding odor of an uncastrated male, then it is usually handed to industrial plants. Therefore, the first rule - be sure to ask the seller to show the stamp of the veterinary laboratory and the relevant documents on the product. But you should pay attention to the meat - its color, the amount of fat, the presence of foreign odors. In its raw form, it practically does not stink, which is why unscrupulous customers are trying to realize it along with the meat of sows, which is a more expensive product.
To avoid fraud, you need to listen to the advice of more experienced buyers. Some of them are advised to take a small piece of pulp from a piece that you plan to purchase, and set it on fire with a lighter or a match. When heated, an unpleasant smell will appear immediately. But far from being the sellers are ready to conduct such examinations, so they can simply refuse to provide a sample for the test.
Here you can go to the trick - buying products from an unverified retailer, have a regular sewing needle with you. Heat metal with a flame of a lighter and quickly stick it into a piece of pulp of interest.
Then sniff the needle itself - boar meat will generously share its flavor. Additionally, pay attention to the color of the pulp - in a pig it is usually pink in color, and in the crown it is saturated red. There are no bans for eating meat products with the smell of knur.
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But due to the strongly pronounced specific flavor, the meat and fat of the boar is simply disgusting. Most often, the carcass of the knur after slaughter is sent immediately to industrial processing, where it acts as a raw material for the manufacture of feed and food additives for animals. With the smell of meat can be straightened, giving him to feed the pork livestock, in particular - sows with dairy offspring.
It is forbidden to feed animals with a raw product, it must be boiled beforehand. To some extent, you can avoid the unpleasant smell in the meat. To do this, before butchering the wholecast keystone, you need to quickly remove the testes. For more information on the topic, see the article "How to butcher a pig.
The meat smells of ammonia due to the fact that the animal was not subject to the procedure of castration. Testes in large quantities produce the hormone testosterone, which provokes the accumulation of skatol in muscle tissues.
It is this substance gives the smell of urine, which is dozens of times increased when the product is heated. By getting rid of the testes, you can prevent this phenomenon.