Grilled Pork Neck - Good Pork Marinade Recipe
Grilled Pork Neck – Good Pork Marinade Recipe

Grilled pork neck recipes – how to make grilled pork neck with a good pork marinade recipe in the Italian style. Grilled pork neck recipe to cook pork with simple and tasty ingredients for BBQ or for frying in the oven.

Learn in this video how to make grilled pork neck by using an easy and good pork marinade recipe for pork steak!

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Grilled pork neck recipe – video 📺

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What ingredients do I need to make grilled pork neck? ❓

1) 1.5 kg of pork neck
2) 1 garlic head or to taste
3) 1 small red onion (20 g / 0.7 oz) or to taste
4) 1 tbsp of sugar
5) ground black pepper to taste
6) salt or salted red pepper paste to taste
7) 25 ml / 0.8 fl oz of white wine vinegar or fresh lemon juice
8) 50 ml / 1.6 fl oz of olive oil
9) some basil and rosemary leaves to taste (you can use dried versions as well) – you need about 1 tsp of each or 1/2 tsp of each for the dried version

How to make grilled pork neck from scratch? ❓

1) cut pork neck into slices of about 2-3 cm / 0.8-1 inches thickness
2) peel garlic cloves off and crush them
3) peel red onion off and chop it very finely
4) put garlic and onion into a bowl, then add sugar, ground black pepper, salt, vinegar, olive oil, and chopped greenery
5) combine ingredients until you get a smooth paste
6) coat each pork steak with the previously prepared marinade on both sides
7) cover meat slices with foil and place them in the fridge for at least 3 hours (recommended)
8) grill pork steaks on the charcoal grill as desired (3-5 minutes on each side)

Cooking tips about grilled pork neck with a good pork marinade recipe 🔎

Grilled pork belongs to the most popular pork recipes in many parts of the world. People simply love to eat grilled pork because of its unique taste and juicy texture that cannot be found at other pork dishes.

Of course, there are lots of grilled pork recipes. I propose you a grilled pork recipe made with a very good pork marinade recipe in Italian-style marinade. This means a lot of flavors!

For sure, if you don’t like the very flavored spices, this recipe is not for you! But if you want to taste a pork barbecue with amazing flavors, as you probably have not tasted before, then prepare this good pork marinade recipe!

There are not too many cooking tips to share regarding this grilled pork collar recipe. Below are three of the most important advice to get the best results when making pork grill:

  1. slice the meat correctly, respectively don’t cut meat slices either too thick nor too thin because thin slices will result in a dry steak while thick meat slices will result in a raw barbecue
  2. leave enough time to marinate meat and absorb flavors, I recommend you to wait at least 3 hours but, ideally, you should wait overnight to get the best results
  3. roast the meat properly – don’t rush to put meat on the barbecue until the wood or coal is incandescent because flames will burn meat on the outside and inside it will remain raw

As for roasting the meat on the barbecue, I prefer the charcoal grill for the slightly smoky taste of the steak. Of course, you can fry the meat on the gas grill or even in the oven if the weather does not allow going outdoors.

Can I grill pork chops instead of pork neck? ❓

Yes, you can grill pork chops in the same way like the pork neck steaks.

Enjoy grilled pork neck with a good pork marinade recipe just like in Italy!

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