Chicharron Recipes

Chicharron, also called Chicharrones, is a popular dish made up of pork rinds and is popular in various cuisines such as, Spanish, Filipino, Brazilian, Cuban and Mexican. Apart form these cuisines; this dish is ... More »
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Bolivian Chicharron

This pork is cooked very slowly and once it is tender it fries in its own grease. The final result is a crispy chunk of meat which is moist inside. Although this is a Bolivian recipe it can easily pass as carnitas as well. - 126.282

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