Our microwave pork rinds are produced in North Carolina. You can either cook in your microwave or bake in an oven and they should not be refrigerated. Zero Carbohydrates make it desirable for folks who need or desire to decrease their intake of Carbohydrates. Diabetics often turn to microwave pork rinds as a desirable snack food for this reason. One often ignored fact in comparing snack foods is the "fullness factor". When you're cutting back on calories in order to lose weight, you may struggle with feeling hungry. Your best defense is to choose foods that have a high Fullness Factor(TM). Pork rinds fill you up with fewer calories. Microwave pork rinds have a significantly higher Fullness Factor (TM) than many popular snack foods. Protein is a nutrient needed by the human body for growth and maintenance. Microwave pork rinds provide significant amounts of protein in smaller servings when compared to most other popular snack foods.
Our microwave pork rinds are produced in North Carolina. The best way to learn how to cook them is to put 1/4 cup on a paper plate or paper towel and set the microwave for 2 minutes on high. 1/4 cup of microwave pork rinds will make approximately 2 cups of puffed pork rinds when cooked. Watch them cook thru the window and stop the microwave when they quite puffing. This will be the optimum cooking time for your unit. Let them cool for 30 seconds to increase the crunchy texture before eating. Microwave Pork Rinds are safe to store at room temperature (do not refrigerate or freeze) and remain favorable for 12 months. Alternative cooking method is to spread any amount on a baking sheet and cook in the oven at 450 degrees for about 5 minutes. Keep and eye on the first batch and remove when they puff since oven temperatures vary slightly.
4 - 18 oz. Barrels of Pork Rinds. Crispy good, light as air and no carbs, our Pork Rinds are a tangy taste treat for an evening watching the game with the guys (or the girls!). Put your feet up and enjoy!
We take a salt cured pork skin with the fat melted off and cook it in pure olive oil using a unique process. The result are light fluffy crisps with the fat content of potato chips, no carbs, and a significant amount of protein. Pork Clouds are an excellent, carb-free alternative to traditional snack foods. These crisps are seasoned with HabaÃ±ero, which provides a powerful, but slow burn - pairs best with Wheat Beers. www.PorkClouds.com