Zee German Knuckles

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bbqmad
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Zee German Knuckles

Post by bbqmad » Mon Jul 08, 2013 3:35 pm

Aldi are selling Pork Knuckles "for the season" so i got me some and @ $7kg let me say i hope they make it a permanant thing because their real good!

Here they are after a tub
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Each one comes with a small packet of Caraway seeds & garlic so thats all i used mixed with some canolia oil, burn some Wattle down to embers
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Wanted to try all three on my rotisserie and feared it would be too much for it (weight wise) but too my amazment it did the job
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I left the scene and dissaster almost happened.......fat fire!!! i saved them but at the cost of their bums getting a wee bit burnt :roll:

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Shame that happened but did not ruin them they was so juicy & tender i may be wrong but i would swear these have been brined, the bones fell just clean fell out of them!..fantastic and the crackle teeth breaking....Keep them on the shelves Aldi.


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Re: Zee German Knuckles

Post by 2browndogs » Mon Jul 08, 2013 3:41 pm

Hah - I did one of those on the kettle last night - it turned out quite edible, but wasn't great either.
Cooked it at around 180-200 until internal was around 65deg - about 2 hrs, and rested for 10-15min.

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