Teriyaki Pork

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Indulge in the irresistible harmony of flavours with Fire to Fork’s teriyaki pork recipe. This dish takes succulent pork to the next level, creating a mesmerising experience for your taste buds. Join us on a journey from open flames to the dinner table as we unveil the secrets behind creating tender, teriyaki pork that's guaranteed to satisfy your cravings.

fire to fork teriyaki pork

Prep time 25 min
Cooking time 5 hours
Serves 3

• 350g pork bell
• 70g butter
• 125ml teriyaki sauce ( I like Kikkoman)
• 1 clove garlic, diced finely
• 1 small piece of ginger (1cmx1cm) grated
• Pork Rub of your choice
• 1 cup rice
• 1 spring onion

• Cut the pork belly in to 2-3cm wide strips and rub down the pork with the pork rub.

• Put the pork in a grill basket over a very smokey fire with the ambient temperature at about 100deg (or around 6 seconds of holding your hand there) for around 2 hours, flipping every 30min to ensure it cooks evenly.

• Once the pork looks and feels cooked, place it over a medium/high heat skin side down to create crackling, then check it every 30-45 seconds to ensure it doesn’t burn. Remove when the skin is a medium brown with crispy bubbles on it.

• Wrap the meat in aluminium foil with the butter, 100ml of teriyaki sauce, ginger and garlic. Ensure the sauce doesn’t leak and put back over a medium heat for a further 2 hours or until very tender.

• Serve with rice, a bit of extra teriyaki sauce and spring onion garnish


About Fire To Fork
Fire to Fork’s aim is to give everyone the ability to make tasty, simple and interesting food armed with very basic items and an ability to light a fire.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a first time camper or a seasoned overlander, as long as you have access to firewood, a knife and some basic ingredients; my mix of simple bushcraft and cooking will have you impressing your friends in no time.

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