Crispy Pork – Cooking Outside

Crispy Pork - Cooking Outside
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Super crispy mangalica pork cooked using special coal-roasting cookware and techniques. Simple enough, but very delicious! Let’s pretend it’s a day off!

You will need this ingredients:

  • 2kg mangalica shoulder
  • 1 tbsp. turkey lard
  • 300g potatoes
  • Few organic onions and organic carrots
  • parsley root and leaves
  • homemade wine
  • 1 tbsp. flour
  • 1 tbsp. dark soy sauce
  • salt, pepper



  1. Prepare clayware pot. Lard it up with 1 tbsp. of turkey lard.
  2. Prepare your cutting board.
  3. Take veggies and parsley greens (organic onions and carrots, parsley root) slice it up. Load into the pot.
  4. Take 2kg of mangalica shoulder. Make few incises.
  5. Prepare your hand-mill. Load it up with 1 tsp. of salt and pepper. Grind well.
  6. Fill incises with spices.
  7. Load the meat into the pot.
  8. Take 300g potatoes, cut in half and toss into the pot.
  9. Add 1 cup of homemade wine
  10. Cover up with a lid. Set to cook for few hours, until meat becomes crunchy with golden brown texture.


  1. Preheat your pan.
  2. Add 4 tbsp. of sauce from the clayware pot with pork.
  3. Add 1 tbsp. of flour. Mix it up well!
  4. Add few more tbsp. of sauce from pot.
  5. Add 1 tbsp. of dark soy sauce. Mix well.
  6. Cook until rich consistency.
  7. Transfer to the wooden bowl.


  1. Serve pork with potatoes, dressed up with some spring onions.
  2. Do not forget to use a sauce!
  3. Enjoy! Bon Almazan!

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6 thoughts on “Crispy Pork – Cooking Outside

  1. D
    Damien T says:

    I dont do facebook. I would definitely be interested in one or two of your knives.

    1. Julie Guenther says:

      Have you gone to Almazan kitchen dot come? Probably you have by now, but just in case…

  2. S
    Sasha Djordjevic says:

    I want to make this the same way. How long did it cook for? And what temperature? Hvala!

  3. B
    Brian Stagger says:

    What was your cooking time& what type of homemade wine did you use? I would love to make your recipe but would like further details.

    Thank you,

  4. G
    Gregory Stell says:

    It would be nice if the recipies were converted to be understandable like what temps to use in an oven and so forth.

  5. T
    Tuan Dinh says:

    I would love to recreate this but I don’t have that fire place set up so I would love to know the temp?

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