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Preparation Time - 2 Hours
Preparation Method - Stove Top


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Chitlins

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John J. | November 22nd, 2023

Ingredients are for 6 Servings
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Ingredients:
Qty Unit Ingredient
10 pounds Chitlins
1 tablespoon Salt
1 large Onion » sliced
1/4 cup Vinegar » approximately
1 teaspoon Tabasco Sauce
Prep Time Process Time Overall Time
2 Hours 2 Hours 4 hours
Directions:

- Wash chitlins in warm water to remove all grease and residue. When water runs clear they are clean.

1. Place the chitlins in a large pot. Do not add water. The chitlins will produce their own liquid.

2. Add salt and sliced onion.

3. Simmer slowly for 2 hours, removing water as it builds up. The mixture should remain watery but don't allow it to overflow.

4. Stir every half hour or so to prevent sticking.

5. After 2 hours cut chitlins into smaller pieces.

6. Continue cooking for 1 to 2 hours longer, or until completely tender.

7. Remove excess liquid.

8. Adjust seasoning, using salt, vinegar and hot sauce to your liking.

9. Serve with greens, potato salad and corn bread.

Submitted by John J. | November 22nd, 2023 See all of John J.'s Recipes.

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@Nate R. | November 23rd, 2023
Man, I never thought I'd tackle chitlins, but this recipe made it doable. Was a bit hesitant about the cleaning part, but it all turned out great in the end.

Could use a bit more info on the 'removing water' step, but all in all, it's solid.

I gave it a 4

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